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... I had a coworker who was experiencing some TMJ symptoms and was advised to get her teeth filed down. But the dentist took her teeth too far down and now she is now in worse shape. I would suggest seeing an orthodentist or an oral surgeon who as you say maybe can build the teeth up again. ... (4 replies)
... I also asked if I could have my fillings redone and I was told "no we can't build teeth up with fillings only with onlays or crowns" Yep I too went on and on and on about this to everyone, my parents, husband, friends. ... (25 replies)
... there are other ways of making teeth look nicer like bonding or overlays. Plus the filing could affect the tooth structure and cause sensitivity in the future. ... (3 replies)

... ld up a tolerance or have rebound pain. The stabbing pains come and go and seem to be worse if I am stressed because I have a tendency to clench at night. I do get them daily, but as I said, they will last a few minutes and go away. ... (9 replies)
... Can you get your splint filed down? ... (4 replies)
... f depends what he is trying to do. If we are trying to find out what position my jaw is the most comfortable in, then we TENs for 45 min to relax the muscles and get a reading using the EMG machine. ... (16 replies)
... I hope you find relief with the therapy. Please keep me posted. Keep in mind there are several layers to having neck, jaw occlusion problems. Never get your teeth filed that and surgery can make things worse. ... (15 replies)
... I would advice to be extremely cautious with teeth filing. Teeth filing is likely to aggravate the TMJD rather than cure it. In most cases, natural teeth aren't a problem so filing them may only make things worse... ... (15 replies)
... I have been researching this myself as I have TMJ and it's been getting worse. Sounds to me like you are on the right track with a reputable Dr. These thing can take up to two years to be resolved. You have to give your body a chance to adjust. ... (15 replies)
... and determine heavy spots from the size and intensity of the color marks on your teeth. While it's true those are heavy biting spots, you have to bear in mind that you are biting in an unnatural position. ... (14 replies)
... Thank you SO MUCH for taking the time to help me. You have no idea how defeated I feel. I'm absolutely Dying to know if you have any suggestions about the type of care I should pursue next. I have a Chiropractic apt tomorrow and an acupuncture apt next week. ... (14 replies)
... OK, we can be pretty sure that the 2 fillings you got recently are the culprit then. ... (14 replies)
... While it may be easy for someone like you who has an obvious root cause to go straight to just that, it is not always that obvious. ... (26 replies)
... Things are a mess and I feel I will never get better. I'm just too broken. ... (26 replies)
... Canuck65, are you sure you really have degenerative joints? ... (26 replies)
... Chancery, you misunderstood what I was saying. I was responding to a question as to whether or not to have your teeth filed down. It is my opinion that having your teeth filed down is not the answer. Once they're filed there's no going back. ... (11 replies)
... but the real bothersome problem right now is the sore bottom front teeth and the underside of my tongue is getting chewed up and raw from rubbing up against what seems like the coils. ... (7 replies)
... You said she was a hygienist who ground those teeth right? ... (25 replies)
... I am having a hard time tonight dealing with this.. One of the teeth the lady filed down was one of my front ones and she filed behind it because my bottom tooth was banging up into it when i bite down... Now it is starting to hurt. My mind goes straight to omg what If i lose my tooth.. ... (25 replies)
... I agree it is very hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Our teeth are so important. They are used in speech, eating, they effect the jaws and overall health and are also our smile!! ... (25 replies)

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