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... YOur bite can shift - for any number of reasons - muscular, inflammation; degerentive changes in the joint. I would go back to your dentist again and ask him to reevaluate your bite - that's the only way to tell whether your bite is truly improving. (2 replies)
... crown placement on a lower wisdom tooth. ... (2 replies)
... Before anyone undergoes TMJ surgery, please try prolotherapy injections first. Most TMJ pain and clicking come from stretched ligaments. The ligaments connect bone to bone. ... (2 replies)

... I strongly advise you to go and see a dentist who understands the TM joint. This is a progessive condition and needs to be treated. ... (2 replies)
... I'm sorry you're feeling so terrible and what you're describing does sound like TMJ, or maybe that you dislocated your jaw. The best thing you can do is to see the specialist. ... (12 replies)
... Unfortunately, if your joints are dislocated, they will stay dislocated until you fix it. Sometimes, your symptoms will go away on its own. ... (7 replies)
... Hi! I'm new and looking for info on TMJ... ... (2 replies)
... sometimes it can go away on its own, and is usually on one side of the face . ... (3 replies)
... I have tmj. It all started two months ago...I had been getting a stiff jaw when I woke in the morning on and off for ages before then but two months ago I woke up and couldn't open my mouth. It subsided after a few hours. ... (5 replies)
... I guess I have found a new home with this board. I wanted to share my story so that maybe someone can relate and we can all be in this huge pity party together.. ... (4 replies)
... d keep going but it really sounds to me like there is an issue that needs to be addressed. From my limited experience, from what I've read and heard many others on these sites describe, this type of issue doesn't tend to go away on its own, it rather tends to get worse. ... (1 replies)
... I am not a newbie to this board, I've posted a few times back in Feb about possibly having tmj disorder. ... (12 replies)
... SO yeah just thought i would add that, let me know how you go with ya NTI. ... (15 replies)
... others it can go on for years. ... (15 replies)
... pressure feeling on that side of my head today!!! UGH I must have slept on that tmj area or clenched in my teeth last night!! ... (6 replies)
Fellowship Thread
Jul 24, 2009
... Maybe when we catch terrorists, we can slap one of those suckers in their mouths and let them chew on that for a while. Just a thought. I still have faith that my new doctor has the knowledge to fix me. If I didn't , I would have given up by now. ... (11 replies)
Fellowship Thread
Jul 24, 2009
... As long as I can keep my mouthpiece from falling out during the night, I have been feeling pretty decent. ... (11 replies)
... p once in a while I take Ibuprofen 600mg 2x daily for a few days and everything goes back to normal for the next 2 months or so. Sometimes I get mild flares that go away on its own in a few days and many times I feel a little pain intermittently but I hardly notice it. ... (6 replies)
... I have had TMJ forever. As i have gotten older my symptoms have changed. ... (0 replies)
... I am new here. I am 28 yrs old female. I have been experiencing this popping and jaw clicking thing going on once in a while but it never bothered me at all. ... (2 replies)


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