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... Hi I live just outside Plymouth in a place called Saltash. My dentist is a neuromuscular dentist who said I have a tongue thrust which has given me an open bite and overbite. She said that the teeth not in the right position was making me brux more. ... (40 replies)
... some people are able to and do live with similar symptoms with no intereference in function or their normal daily life, for some, left untreated, these symptoms can progress and further degenerative changes to the joint or condyle may result which are much harder to treat. ... (3 replies)
... So I had a consult with the orthodontist that was recommended to me. ... (0 replies)

Open bite
Feb 23, 2005
... I actually scheduled an appt to see your ortho next week. I'll let you know how it goes. ... (28 replies)
... It has relieved some pressure off of my joints but when I take it out, my bite is all of. My TMJ specialist wants to change my bite with an upper appliance that can move teeth and then braces to bring the back teeth to give a more vertical dimension. But, I would be left with an open bite and would have to have really long. ... (8 replies)
... I was given a plastic bite guard which was given nearly 2 years ago for grinding. I noticed right away my front teeth started shifting and getting crooked like a month later. ... (20 replies)
... hot inflamed and very, very painful. I've read that inflammation can spread through your body and cause widespread problems, and that does match my symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... popping but nothing I couldn't live with. ... (7 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)
... t that to me. He always says Im one of his most unusual patients. My symptoms are different than most of his patients so he says. The first time I saw him he did an assessment , this is what he found 1. skeletal deep bite 2. Adaptive condylar changes 3. posterior positioned condyles. 4. displaced discs 5. ... (6 replies)
LM Wolford in Tx
Jan 19, 2011
... I did and it was the worst mistake of my life. (12 replies)
... Let me begin with my questions, which might not make much sense until you read the rest of the situation, but... ... (16 replies)
... i had orthognatic surgery to correct an open bite in 1988. That went terribly wrong.By closing that bite they created a worse mess involving the muscles. My jaw was pulling to the right. Went to Dallas. Wore braces and was due to have joints fixed with a bone gragt. ... (32 replies)
... DO NOT LET THEM REPLACE THE JOINTS. iT ONLY MAKES THE MUSCLE PROBEMS WORSE. tHE PROTOCOL IS CLEAR IF YOU HAVE MUSCLE PROBLEMS OR GRIND YOUR TEETH DO NOT REPLACE THE JOINTS. wOLDORD REFUSE TO FOLLOW THIS. ... (13 replies)
... I agree, going to the chiro and then get a BR, but then like TL said you still have the bite, and we know how the bite can change everything. ... (80 replies)
... Before I start I want to apologize for the ridiculously long post I'm about to make... please bear with me! ... (5 replies)
Mitek Anchors
Dec 10, 2006
... I live in the Midwest in a state that does not have mandatory insurance coverage for TMJD. The surgeon that performed my Mitek Anchor surgery was trained by Dr. ... (17 replies)
... ince July 2, 2005 and I am seeing supposedly the best TMJ "specialist" in the area. When I first went to him, my comfortable opening was 20mm. However, I could open further to a max of 30mm. He said this was not a "true lock" since I could open it further than what was comfortable. ... (7 replies)
... My daughter's problem stems from a displaced disk, but this diagnosis was done with no MRI. ... (11 replies)
... Do you live near the dentist's office? ... (10 replies)




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