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... I'm sorry if this sounds a little ridiculous. Because I read online TMJ can change your face shape. I'm so scared this will happen to me. ... (0 replies)
... ne growing but, what it did was helped the soft tissues release the tension and trained my muscles to use my jaws in a healthier, more functional way. Now that I can afford to get the actual tooth issues treated, my current orthodontist says that wearing that back then really is helping things go smoothly and easily now. ... (2 replies)
... I recall my surgeon telling me this. Whether this affects your face or smile I guees would depend on how significant the deviation is but if its too great I would assume surgery is not successful. ... (2 replies)

... Literally all I have is an x ray of my jaw and photos on facebook that show I had a different face shape two years ago. ... (11 replies)
... Possibilitys you could try in order to relieve pain: * muscle relaxants (may not work for ever, there are different ones, not every relaxant works for everybody) * The Aqualizer (water splint) - can change your bite if its worn to long (worn it for some years, changed the bite and than it dit not work any more ... but nearly no symptoms during that time) * soft splint... (19 replies)
... The strangest feeling is how large your joints feel. That whole side of your face feels 10 times larger than it is, mostly due to swelling. The strange thing is it will probably be numb so while it feels large you can't feel the touch. ... (24 replies)
... Here's my story. In Feb 2010 my jaw locked up and my muscles spasmed. I had an mri and i was diagnosed with a anteriorally displaced disc in the right tmj joint. ... (6 replies)
... I think it is great that you have such a supportive hubby. I hope it helped take your mind off the spasming some that day. Those flares aren't fun. ... (14 replies)
... How has your pain been? ... (1 replies)
Tmj and ear ache
Dec 28, 2011
... I can say YES for now I am pain and medication free from the first time in over 19 years. I currently have my third set of TMJ Concepts in without the left Fossa which was removed in January 2011. ... (10 replies)
... yes, appliances like that, can cause more harm than good, especially if it's an upper appliance. Also, if you continue to wear it, and your symptoms increase, I would be very cautious and consult your dentist right away. People with joint problems have to be careful wearing NTI like appliances... ... (12 replies)
... Hi All. Yes, TMJ can totally change the structure of your face. ... (5 replies)
TMJ face change
Jan 15, 2010
... ne point I believe in the hopes that it is going to recapture a disc to it's proper placement. You NEED to go on more consults, and get someone else's opinion on your case. That is why I threw another name at you. ... (97 replies)
TMJ face change
Nov 21, 2009
... how can I make the swelling go away? ... (97 replies)
TMJ face change
Nov 19, 2009
... Or the dentist actually triggered an underlying predisposition of tmjd, and worst case dislocated on of your discs. ... (97 replies)
TMJ face change
Nov 19, 2009
... but the pain and swelling moved over to my bottom neck.. then over to my right side of my face.. my face swelled up like a puffy bread and my very back teeth hurt SO BAD that I almost wanted to die.. ... (97 replies)
... I wanted to share this with any of you who have disabling TMJ as I do. ... (1 replies)
... I have not had any dental work or any trauma to my face recently. ... (11 replies)
... Have you recently had any dental work done or any type of trauma to the face or neck? ... (11 replies)
... TMD web sites that can really explain how the jaw functions. Because it is complex and each person is unique it can be different for each. ... (2 replies)




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