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... allow the maxillofacial dr. to pull my 4 wisdom teeth.....he didn't even diagnose me with tmj....he just looked at the pan xray and mri and said, "You need all 4 of your wisdom teeth pulled". I am sooooo glad my "gut" said, "no"...it was the Holy Spirit.... ... (7 replies)
... wisdom teeth pulled in August of 2011. I week after me getting them pulled I began to experience sensitive teeth, when drinking hot and cold but mainly cold things. ... (7 replies)
... days been experiencing increased grinding and movement of jaw. ... (2 replies)

... and sad to say but I still am suffering and haven't had much luck with various dental treatments. I can probably tell you more of what NOT to do than I can tell you what to do. ... (32 replies)
... e told me that if I did not get it taken care of, it would destroy my body and possibly drive me crazy. I thought he was nuts, especially since I had never heard of it. ... (23 replies)
... I have a post going on in the dental thread and my teeth problems started March 2017 in the order of suspected cracked molar, chipped front tooth causing hypersensitivity and pulp damage, swollen gums, shifted teeth. ... (0 replies)
... like your teeth. I just had a crown put on last Thursday and had a couple of good days but today has been pretty bad. ... (1 replies)
... is very common TMJ problem. Get a second opinionwith respect to surgery and orthodentics before doing either. Surgery should be last option. I don't what type of surgery he is recommending but still any surgery should be a last resort. ... (12 replies)
... Ever since I had joint pain clicking and popping sounds and my face was swollen for 4 months after the surgery and now my jaw is very asymmetric. ... (12 replies)
... Do you have pain in the jaw area, the joint or the surrounding muscles in addition to your neck, throat and shoulder pain? ... (4 replies)
... Back in April I started having a tingly sensation in my left upper shoulder and then would have a dull ache on the left side of my neck as well. I started noticing that when I would tilt my head to the right, the left side of my neck felt so tight. ... (7 replies)
... TMD for over 4 years now. It started a few weeks after I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed. It comes and goes depending on my level of stress. ... (32 replies)
... Can you reach the swelling from the outside of your cheek? ... (11 replies)
... chronic continuous severe head pain of mainly constant intensity, sometimes gets worse, but never goes away. ... (17 replies)
Do I have TMJ?
Sep 8, 2012
... My chin is slightly deviated to the left side and there is some kind of a lump or swollen muscle on the right side of my jaw just below the temple. It doesn't hurts or pops or anything. I don't think I had an accident or anything that could cause it. ... (3 replies)
... Entire back of neck feels stiff at times and SCM muscle on left side of neck can be seen because the whole thing sticks out from collarbone up to ear at times. ... (0 replies)
... The pain alternative medicine treatment I have been doing since Dec. '07 is biofeedback. With that, I have not only learned ways of relaxing myself while in pain, but imagery techniques. ... (5 replies)
... Allison, I experience facial fatigue when I eat or speak. I also have a huge lump on the right side of my face due to the muscle being overworked. Eye ticks, yes, often times, difficulty swallowing, yes, all on the left side. Creaks in my neck and shoulder blade pain, yes. ... (7 replies)
... jaw and neck on affected side feel swollen all the time, but appear normal. ... (14 replies)
... Im not sure what happened today but after about a week and a half of suffering from classic TMJ symptoms, they seem to be going away now. ... (1 replies)


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