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... Any type of dental work such as a bridge, if not seated perfectly can throw your bite off and casue you to grind or clench even worse. ... (5 replies)
... but for negligence since my dentist refused to see me when I started to chonically complain of pain on one side and left me to fend for myself. ... (1 replies)
... I know it is not easy to sue, but for those that had their TMJ problems clearly caused by a dentist or in an accident, have you tried to file a lawsuit? ... (1 replies)

... I took my son, back to the tmj doc today after wearing this new splint for a month with no change. ... (25 replies)
... Hi Sue , hope you have fully recovered..please share name of the dentist. ... (2 replies)
... I think that Dr. McCracken knew he wouldn't be able to close up my bite with a splint, but he had me coming to see him for several months so he could adjust the splint anyway. ... (10 replies)
Jan 2, 2009
... My brain is very foggy too, so I am making notes and will reply to all your messages. I am so much with you on everything that you write. ... (76 replies)
... Thanks a lot for your response's reassuring to know I'm not just overreacting and that I have a valid complaint. I'm so sick of doctors who do this it makes my skin crawl. ... (8 replies)
... Medical, due to a joint being affected. ... (4 replies)
... Ask for Viteks and surgeon refused. He was hearing about problems. ... (15 replies)
... I am Tina and have had TMJ now for just over one year. I will try to keep this as short as possible. I had TMJ very severly, constant headaches, pain, etc, and even had to undergo physical therapy and wear a splint for one year... ... (0 replies)
... Do you have any other symtoms that would cause you to believe you may be experiencing problems with TMJD? ... (6 replies)
... thanks for the reply. ... (19 replies)
... This is a progression of TMJ problems. Once it starts, it normally continues until you get some type of treatment. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the information. I will research and look at as much as I can find. ... (9 replies)
... I believe you're kind of new to dealing with all of this and I've been dealing with it forever, it seems. It's always been a problem for people to understand what we have going on. Most of us look fine on the outside and it's hard to see that we are in pain or have weird symtoms going on. ... (8 replies)
... mailed him exactly, but, I do know that they were moving in to a new office location when I first decided to go see, things were in a transition stage. At that time, I just called directly and they were great about answering questions, etc. ... (19 replies)
... I'm glad your current dentist is helping you and your son. It's about time you got some good help. ... (19 replies)
... Sometimes, things happen for a reason. I personally don't like the way you were treated and believe if any Doctor or Dentist does not have the time or does not want to answer questions.......they're afraid you'll ask one they don't have the answer for. ... (11 replies)
... who have had surgery have arthritic problems pretty bad due to the invasion into the joint and the changes that have occured. I was told 25 years ago, mine were a little arthritic. ... (3 replies)

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