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TMJ or No?
Jun 6, 2017
... It has been found that many stressors like sweating from exercise, noise pollution, or psychological stress can use up magnesium in your body. ... (9 replies)
Botox for TMJ?
Apr 25, 2014
... ink in the hands of a trained doctor, the risks should be relatively small but it depends on what area is being injected. Botox varies from person to person and side effects will varies with the dose. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, i have had 3 different surgeons, my last surgeon who done the total replacement is Mr Andrew Sidebottom, Rated the best in the uk and only one of 8 surgeons authorised to carry out jaw joint replacement. ... (20 replies)

... First, I signed up for the friends and tried to PM but got a note that the Admin has turned the PM off. Can you send smth to me, maybe I can reply then? ... (13 replies)
... but you may still have to see one once your past the wedding and honeymoon though. ... (2 replies)
... Saying the letter N throughout the day can remind you to unclench or discontinue grinding your teeth. ... (10 replies)
... extend one of the sides of my jaw and I felt a huge sharp snap, and it immediately fell limp. ... (0 replies)
... I'm a 63 yr old male and the first TMJ symptom I ever had was a year ago. One morning right after I woke up, it seemed my the left side of my jaw slipped out of joint. I think it was caused by something I did during sleep, maybe sleeping on my left jaw. ... (0 replies)
... I only had the panoramic one done and both oral surgeons said my jaw joints look fine.. I didn't get any other test done. ... (7 replies)
... Usually black or "transparent" for me...these suckers can make driving during the day time somewhat of an obstacle course. ... (16 replies)
TMJ Questions
Jan 21, 2011
... aches for over a year now. I have been seen by a consultant who confirms its definitely tension and nothing untoward. He referred me for acupuncture which had no effect on them what so ever. I then tried antidepressants that are known to be good for tension headaches, but again no help and they made me feel really ill. ... (10 replies)
Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... Saying the letter N throughout the day can remind you to unclench or discontinue grinding your teeth. ... (5 replies)
... but, the NTI, MCI or plain old anterior splint works by only allowing contact with the the lower incisors. Clenching with just these acts on a seperate muscle groups. ... (20 replies)
... MJD. I always knew others had it, but to read real life stories mirroring the same things I have been dealing with for the past NINE years..as have all of you, I can truly say I have been brought to tears...of happiness to find you all here! ... (15 replies)
... the NUCCA adjustments have helped they haven't brought me back to pain free. Also, I certainly do have tension in the jaw with jaw jerking. I can't move my jaw side to side very well at all, vertical is ok though. ... (5 replies)
... can ear pain caused by TMJ be only on one side or does it uauallt effect both sides? ... (4 replies)
... flareups that do not require treatment as the body resolves the problem on its own however if it does progress to becoming chronic do not let it go untreated as tmj can progress to include facial changes, permanent damage to teeth, bones and joints, jaw deviation, imbalanced bite, etc. ... (2 replies)
... m not sure where to start, but to fully understand my situation I feel the best way is to start from the very beginning. I can remember it started back when I was 15 or 16 years old. ... (1 replies)
... Saying the letter N throughout the day can remind you to unclench or discontinue grinding your teeth. ... (8 replies)
... each part of the foot being related to a part of the body .For each person the application and the effect of the therapy are unique . ... (6 replies)


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