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... o many many ENT's . Not one of those doctors even mentioned TMJD, and I had All the classic TMJD ear related symptoms. One ENT talk me into nasal surgery. I now can breath better, but that's it. He told me I would be cured. After all these years I have found ENT's to be pretty much worthless unless you have sinus problems. ... (15 replies)
TMJ Doc in NYC?
May 27, 2002
... Lightheadedness and dizziness are also symptoms of neck problems, both of which I have had and the doctors can easily overlook, if it is in the muscles. They checked everything on me too, except this and could find nothing wrong. ... (6 replies)
Mar 13, 2002
... I know you're irritated with your ear symptoms. I am too. But wouldn't you feel better if you found out that you had something that can be cured or go away? ... (3 replies)

... years to "conquer" my TMJ symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... who have had no success finding releif from our TMJ woes, it can be pretty discouraging and it seems like there is no hope. But step back a few feet and look at the big picture! ... (5 replies)
... that I am not going to have any tmj surgery at this point in time. ... (5 replies)
... by prolotherapy. Even if I am, I have already been measured for new crowns, so I cannot have prolotherapy now because prolotherapy can change my bite while fixing my joints. I just hope and pray that my new dentist is an excellent dentist, otherwise I would be back to how I was, plus more debts. ... (52 replies)
... I am not sure if can be totally cured but it can be managed. ... (5 replies)
May 8, 2014
... Glositis can take many forms. The causes are speculative, but normally some reaction to something you put in your mouth. ... (2 replies)
... You may find that you have to travel out of state to get to a NM dentist that is a FJO. This stands for Functional Jaw orthodontics...Look at the Great tmj doctors thread at the top of this page...recently I typed in the associations that you have to look under to find these doctors. I am not allowed to post them. ... (13 replies)
... I doubt any dentist can guarantee with all certainty that their treatment will be successful and those that do must either have big egos or only handle simple or mild cases or have just been lucky. ... (8 replies)
... but next Friday i will place both the plans in front of him and ask him which one he would go with .. this guy is both a ortho and dentist and he specializes in tmj , this is costing me a fortune but what other choice is there, as pip dog said we have to do the leg work. ... (12 replies)
... splints made by or adjusted by 'prosthodontists'. I am not suggesting that all prosthodontists are capable of treating Tmj symptoms well. ... (0 replies)
... Anyway, I read this bit on a site and I was wondering if someone could interpret what this is, what symptoms you could get when this happens and if this could be what I'm experiencing based on my symptoms as well? ... (0 replies)
TL- how are you
May 15, 2008
... Maybe now if you just go back and forth between the osteo and dentist they can get you more balanced? ... (76 replies)
... hey everyone, i've been doing some research on tmj just to find out as much info as i can & i've noticed that on most of the medical help websites it says that tmj is often cured without treatment & for most people it goes away within 6 months? that doesnt seem like the case for almost everyone on this board though?! Im just trying to figure out how my tmj road ahead... (2 replies)
... You know what's so frustrating about this is that your cranial structure needs to be in balance for a splint to help but you need a splint to help balance your cranial structure as well, but like I just experienced, my splint picked up an inbalance and didn't adjust correctly for it. So now I know that I need to first get my head straightened out "literally" and have new... (11 replies)
... If a splint was used to balance the upper and lower jaw relationship cured this misalignment, then would be be safe to say that tmj caused this misalignment and not the other way around? ... (11 replies)
Disc displacement
Aug 24, 2006
... ilted. So, although my right side has the right height, the condyle isn't in the right place. That's where the clicking comes from on the right side. But you can also get clicking if your jaw is sitting back on the fossa. My sort of clicking was mentioned in Dr. Terrance Spahl's book, volume III. ... (13 replies)
... I too have been suffering from TMJ problems for some time now. ... (20 replies)

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