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... There are 22 bones in the face and head. (5 replies)
... or jaw is off balance, teeth can shift and bone loss can occur which also changes the facial appearance. There are hundreds of bones in the face and head that can shift as a result of tmj. The most common causes of tmj are poor dental work and trauma or injury so yes its possible that the abuse added to it. ... (5 replies)
... I have TMJ form bulimia, just want to know if TMJ can change facial feature, since it is affect the lower jaw that might cause the jaw to become square due to the change of bite? ... (5 replies)

... I'm sorry if this sounds a little ridiculous. Because I read online TMJ can change your face shape. I'm so scared this will happen to me. ... (0 replies)
... My neck just feels slightly achy but only sometimes. It also has low range of motion and I hear crackling when I turn it. It feels like my head isn't on right lol. I use pain creams for it and my trap muscles and I can manage. ... (22 replies)
... I would not let any dentist try to change the shape or height of any more of your teeth. ... (22 replies)
TMJ face change
Mar 11, 2010
... [ Hi Sheripie! It's kinda a combo of both. My problem is mainly on my right side - so you can actually see a difference between the two sides. My masseter muscle is really taut. You can literally see it, and it has changed my facial shape - it's a lot more defined on that side. Also, right below my right ear, there is this ball like thing that I could feel. At first, I... (97 replies)
... Well there's a diff between ear crackling due to trapped or accumulated fluid versus joint cracking and cranial facial noises or crackling elsewhere within the body which is called crepitus. Crepitus is a medical term to describe the grating, crackling or popping sounds and sensations experienced under the skin and joints and is usually the result of bones rubbing or the... (3 replies)
... I haven't been holding my head back lately, but I have noticed that when I do hold my head back that the pressure in my ears goes down considerably. The machine noise stop being so loud too. ... (12 replies)
... I run like forest gump four nights or more a week. I was always in descent shape but now I put a larger emphasis on cardio for the anxiety. Went from 208lbs to 188lbs. ... (7 replies)
... Literally all I have is an x ray of my jaw and photos on facebook that show I had a different face shape two years ago. ... (11 replies)
... e dentist later explained to me and showed me that there is some degeneration or "change" to the left Condyle, which looks long and narrow compared to the "bulb" shape of the right. ... (8 replies)
... Cranial mandibular Cervical Disorder aka Dental Distress Sydnrome can cause most if not all of your symptoms - its when an imbalance in the jaw due to either bite or tm joint problems cause the entire musculoskeltal structure to shift, rotate and torque. It starts with the jaw and generally progresses through the cranium (some may notice a change in facial features or shape of... (16 replies)
... I am definitely not out the woods yet with this problem. Who knows if the surgery will be successful or not. If it could reduce the severity even 50% I would be happy. My life has gotten so crazy with this problem that I might even lose my job by the time surgery roles around and lose my health insurance. However, my supervisor does know I suffer from a legitimate "health... (5 replies)
... my head is clearer, my face, eyes,ears, chin, etc hurt but now pain meds are actually making a difference whereas before they barely touched the pain. ... (15 replies)
... Hi and thanks again Yes you are so right. Right now my husb is in the hosp., (clot on his lungs)I have a sick mother, and a demanding job, terrible commute, etc,. that I think if I relax more my neck/shoulder problems with muscles will loosen up. Im not sure if I need a splint now that my bite/teeth are corrected. But like you say its good to have in case of stressful... (19 replies)
... invasive treatments that actually help this problem and will change their policy on TMJD treatment. ... (19 replies)
... little but I asked him not to as now any filing down of anything worries me! He put acrylic on it and I understood he wanted me to clench down on the acrylic to shape it with all my teeth so I did this. ... (0 replies)
... of the tooth and gum pain but if I don't wear anything, I grind and my teeth hurt more. It's a mess. I'm sure I'd be in better shape if I had a decent nightguard. ... (25 replies)
Freaking Out!
Jun 2, 2003
... in my mouth where I told him the problems were. He called my doctor to have him prescribe amitriptylene. The perio said this would help my mouth adjust to the change in bite. He told my doctor I was depressed and that I had some sort of neuralgia. ... (9 replies)




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