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... Do you have pain in your cheeks? ... (1 replies)
... and I don't think the dentists who treat TMJ completely understand what causes it. Maybe you will get better on your own once the muscle spasms calm down. ARe you taking any muscle relaxants? ... (1 replies)
... all i know is mine is from clenching. it has to be. i had no accidents but was told that i have the beginnings of bone disease or whatever which is basically arthritis i think. ... (8 replies)

... t usually mild headache. I take Nortriptyline with some but not total relief. I do not take any NSAID's because of stomach problems. I take a low dose of opioid pain medication, but have tinnitus and all other symptoms regardless of pain medication usage. ... (0 replies)
... arthritis, is caused by the bite being off or malocclusion, which translates into jaw pain and painful muslces that are doing the work of muscles that are doing nothing....you have muscle fatique and more pain becaue of overworked mucsles. ... (6 replies)
... Michael, I'm sorry to hear that you're going through so much right now. I wish I could give you a solution, but unfortunately, I'm not a doctor. But I do know how frustrating it is to go from doctor to doctor and ending with a number of conflicting opinions. Just wanted to give you my support and I hope everything turns out okay. Quick question. You mentioned you had... (5 replies)
... I have had a clicking and grinding TMjoint for almost ten years. But the pain has increased over the last year and it now hurts to open my jaw wide. ... (5 replies)
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Feb 3, 2004
... esults are anticipated, I have been informed that this procedure may not allow me to regain full or even better function of my jaws and that it may not reduce my pain and discomfort. ... (12 replies)
... like burning sensation around my mouth, dry mouth, perceived tongue pain to where it never felt comfortable resting anywhere in my mouth, and sometimes the worst of all...tension headaches. Feels like my head is between a vice. ... (6 replies)
... preventing your mouth from opening properly, due to this tension which is transferred through the muscles into the tendons which attach to the inner ear and this causes popping sound, the inner ear is made up of bone and is attached to the skull and attaches in the same area as the TM Joint. ... (16 replies)
... Facial swelling on right cheek only. I can't smile straight anymore and it's always swollen to some degree. It's now to the point that I can't breath clearly through that nostril. ... (32 replies)
... and this is what I can see in my mouth. BUT when they make the temps somehow they force the jaw to move slightly from left to right, which surely causes pain in the jaw. ... (82 replies)
... e joint, joint, facial and neck pain, burning sensations in the nose, throat and tongue, ear problems such as, hearing loss, congestion, tinnitus, dizziness, eye pain and the list goes on. James Costen summarized the desciption of these symtoms as the sum of a neuralgia and a dysfunction. ... (23 replies)


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