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... I'm just having trouble finding a tmj specialist in my area, my dentist and orthodontist didn't treat it as seriously as i would have liked them to and just told me to get the mouth gaurd. ... (5 replies)
... You really need to get consults with a few tmjd specialists in your area. It does sound like tmj.. the popping is a clear indicator you have joint damage. Hopefully you can get an MRI of your joints and get an understanding of what is really going on. ... (5 replies)
... Is anyone familiar with what's the exact proposed solution from the nhs for tmj problems are? ... (2 replies)

... ns and bite. Then, the inside which is clear, pliable plastic will pop out a little bit. Just pull it out completely. Discard the hard plastic shell. Dip the clear plastic in the hot water again and let it cool a little bit and bite again. ... (14 replies)
Tmj and ear ache
Dec 1, 2011
... I discovered my TMJ due to ear problems I had. First I started with a stuffy ear, which didn't pop for over a year, then the severe ear pain set in. ... (10 replies)
... sates like crazy. I still do have some congestion, but I am beginning to think that right now, the source of the problem is primarliy TMJ. Does this sound like TMJ to you? ... (2 replies)
... year that I found out the upper flat plane splint was putting my lower jaw in a position that was "pushed back" towards my ears. Now, I'm spending a fortune in TMJ diagnosis and treatment. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you !!!!!!! (15 replies)
... sting article recently on his website on the treatment of tourettes using oral splints, a condition which neurologists are either unable to treat, aren't exactly clear on what is causing it, or think the brain is the cause of the problem. Brendan Stack demonstrates that the problem is with the TMJ affecting Cranial nerves. ... (15 replies)
TMJ face change
Jan 12, 2010
... The mandibular condyles appear to be somewhat smaller than normal. It is not clear whether this is developmental in nature. Clinical correlation is recommended. ... (97 replies)
TMJ face change
Dec 26, 2009
... ump from Dr. Stack, but I wouldn't let him treat me. Please look at some of the red flags. Dr. Stack does not take any insurance. There are plenty of good, great TMj doctors out there who take insurance. ... (97 replies)
New to TMJ issues!
Sep 16, 2009
... drs however did not succumb or belong to the "good old boys network" but unfortunately this required a lot of consults with various drs as it would become quite clear what side of the fence they were on during the first meeting. ... (5 replies)
... Find a dentist who specializes in TMJ disorder. Not a dentist who knows something about it, but a actual specialist. ... (6 replies)
... Anterior splints are a fashionable appliance and where in vogue with dentists because they are easy to fit, require minimal work and maximise patient numbers. ... (20 replies)
... but her approach is to see me for three months and chuck my other 2 splints and just work with doing fortnightly graphs of muscle activity and adjusting that lower expensive splint which is clear..i think thats all it is.. ... (12 replies)
... Hey there my tmj friends, firstly thanks for reading my post! Its kind of long but gosh i need you guys hey more than ever, i need your opinion crucially. ... (12 replies)
... D My sinus ct scan showed nothing the ent is concerned with. So TMJ best be what is going on because I am so tired of searching...I have been to 19 different doctors...can you believe it? ... (5 replies)
New to TMJ
Nov 21, 2005
... It sounds possible that your problem is TMJ. It's amazing all the things that TMJ can cause. I'm guessing that your dentist is going to make you a splint. You might want to do some research on the internet and on this website on splints. ... (22 replies)
New to TMJ
Jul 3, 2004
... r people but it's not always easy to find the right specialist. In order for a splint to work it has to be made to fit your teeth and your problem perfectly. But splints can definitely work. I was in a splint for about 10 or 11 months and my symptoms disappears almost completely. I am now in phase ll and doing very well. ... (3 replies)
... y, that it is part of the process of just finding the right dentist. I am only being treated by a dentist not a prosthidontist, I don't even know what that is. Splints are all different. If it helps you won't care if it looks funny. ... (12 replies)

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