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... we finally found a TMJ specialist who has 35 years experience. ... (5 replies)
... and fractured both my condyles. This messed up my bite to an extreme degree. I consulted with an oral surgeon who confirmed fractures on both condyles and wired my jaw shut for two weeks, followed by three weeks of strong elastics on the arch bars. ... (2 replies)
... and for some reason I can't remember you aren't supposed to take tumeric with gallstones It has a pretty high dose of curcumin and the naturopath thinks I should be able to get off the ibuprofen. ... (12 replies)

... I have a lot going on, and was really happy to find this board! ... (1 replies)
... but you may still have to see one once your past the wedding and honeymoon though. ... (2 replies)
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (10 replies)
... I am new to this, and what my dentist said, that the pain can be on one tooth, but the pain that continues to stay there on one tooth and never change or go away, is something to be looked at. ... (1 replies)
Sep 20, 2009
... Eating soft foods like baby food, soups, milkshakes, eggs. This is to relieve the load on the TM joint to cause less muscle activity. ... (5 replies)
... sorry you are dealing with all that. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry all the pain..Did you have a dentist, or a family practitioner check it out? ... (2 replies)
... cal access number and see if they can tell me anything. I'm just sick and tired of the way I feel everyday, It used to be just one side, then it went to the other side, now it's both, one way worse than the other. ... (5 replies)
... term option. It sounds like you want the problem to go away, not just the symptoms, and I understand that completely. ... (7 replies)
... invasive remedies that you might try. ... (2 replies)
... The alcohol probably helps to relax the muscles in your head that you are tightening up. Believe me, I know what you are talking about. I have all of your symptoms too and I can't help but think alot of them are due to stress. ... (8 replies)
... TMJ can cause severe ear pain along with neck, head, eye, facial and back pain It can mimic ear infections, cause dizziness, off balance feeling, it can even mimic a tooth abscess If antibiotics were taken and it didn't clear it up and have been told you have TMJ chances are you DO In the past couple of months I have been to 6 so called specialists, have received 6... (11 replies)
... fated attempts at surgically repairing TMJ with silicone and teflon implants. I went through bilateral open reduction of my TMJ back in 1992. One meniscus was completely destroyed and was removed, with a Silastic implant put in its place. ... (0 replies)
... my surgeon will use TMJ Concepts. ... (6 replies)
... I have concluded the doctor is probably right and am arranging to talk to surgeons about what to do next. ... (6 replies)
... What kind of diagnositic tests have you had regarding your TMJ? ... (5 replies)
... I totally understand your anxiety with possibly having to face surgery. As they said above it is your decision and you should be comfortable with what you are having to go through with for a treatment plan. It would be good to get a second opinion to see what someone else might say for your treatment. ... (14 replies)

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