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... Can TMJ cause sharp, shooting pain in teeth without an external stimuli? ... (0 replies)
... Antoni , Hello ! It's me Katte. My TMJ specialist and I believe that my TMJ started nine years ago, that is the osteo arthritis started then. It must have because I remember having mild symptoms in my early twenties.. ... (15 replies)
... I had my regular cleaning with bitewing xrays a few weeks ago. I was diagnosed with TMJ several years ago by this dentist. For the last few years I have had headaches after dental procedures. ... (6 replies)

... like it shoots up the roots. Or if I push my tongue hard on them, sometimes they hurt for a second. I have had these two teeth looked at several times over the past 3 years because of this type of pain. I am wondering now if it is due to TMJ? ... (3 replies)
... our teeth, you definitely need a nightguard and I'm surprised the dentist hasn't made you one. That will relieve some of the stress grinding puts on your jaw. I can have pain around my right eye which I know is related to my TMJ. Your sinsus issues could also be contributing to the pain. ... (6 replies)
... lofacial dr. to pull my 4 wisdom teeth.....he didn't even diagnose me with tmj....he just looked at the pan xray and mri and said, "You need all 4 of your wisdom teeth pulled". I am sooooo glad my "gut" said, "no"...it was the Holy Spirit.... ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I can relate to you. However my story is a little different. I have always grind my teeth at night and it didn't get worse until after I had my child. ... (7 replies)
... I am sensitive to light now and definetly noise when my head hurts. It hurts in my temples and across my forehead and down into my eyes, even my nasal bone starts hurting. ... (10 replies)
... Soundsensitive, I'm surprised reading your posts, because you have very similar symptoms to mine, only my TMJ symptoms explicitely began in an obvious way after I developed maloclusion after work done by a bad dentist last year. ... (11 replies)
Can Anyone Help?
Jan 23, 2004
... TMJ problems can be confusing and many times it's hard to find the answers we need. ... (5 replies)
... accountability in the dental field. People who don't have this happened to them will not understand and will take the dentists' side and blame you for being too sensitive or crazy, even your family. And if you have a disease like cancer, at least you know how to get treatment and there's a clear way of treating it. ... (14 replies)
... Yes, TMJ pain can cause tooth pain too. However, not the same kind of excruciating tooth pain that you would feel from a bad cavity. If your teeth feel sensitive or annoying dull pain at times, it is most likely tmj pain. ... (6 replies)
... ave some funky side effects. After the first week, my pain actually was better but the meds made me sick if I wasn't laying horizontal. It was strange. If you're sensitive it all to meds, I would definitely get some antinausea pills before hand. I actually did better when I was off the pain meds. ... (24 replies)
... and I don't think the dentists who treat TMJ completely understand what causes it. Maybe you will get better on your own once the muscle spasms calm down. ARe you taking any muscle relaxants? ... (1 replies)
... do it repeatedly or try to hold my mouth open for too long. I also get pain along my cheek bone and under my eye. My eyes are constantly watering and are super sensitive to light. ... (1 replies)
... Hey thank for responding! I seriously am considering the wisdom teeth extraction, but am just a bit worried about having to have my poor jaw open all that time. ... (15 replies)
... I found that when my tmj was an issue my teeth became sensitive, I do think the grinding is putting pressure on your teeth and this is transferred into your jaw bone which can cause swelling. ... (8 replies)
... That's a noodle scratcher... I do get pain in my teeth from my TMJ dysfunction, but more so in the gum area. I notice my teeth being sensitive in the way you described when my gums are receding. Dentist says it's from brushing too hard. Do you have any pain or dysfunction in your jaw? ... (1 replies)
TMJ Tinnitus?
Apr 9, 2009
... but the best way to determine if it is tmj or not is to rule out other medical possibilities and then be evaluated by a dentist trained and knowledgeable in tmj. ... (7 replies)
TMJ Tinnitus?
Mar 27, 2009
... Just popped over to ask a quick question and wondering if I can maybe get some advice. ... (7 replies)


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