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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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... you will not get better if you don't make a serious effort to correct your posture and the function of your tongue. At rest your tongue should be all the way up on the roof of your mouth. It acts as a counterbalance to the masseter and you can't maintain correct posture without this resting position of the tongue. ... (1 replies)
... c the neck is pushed out of alignment and the jaw is adversely affected as a result of that. ... (63 replies)
... I think the teeth should offer support so the jaws can rest against each other but not interfere in jaw mobility and functioning. ... (63 replies)

... had an injury to the arm. ... (8 replies)
... I first noticed the hair of one eyebrow was no longer located where the eyebrow bone was. And my eyebrow bone seemed to be pushed upward. ... (15 replies)
... the things you mention seem like they could apply to me however I feel like I have lost vertical height on top and that is what is causing the cranial pressure as well as sleep apnea since for some reason my tongue now blocks my throat if I lie on my back. ... (4 replies)
... Last Wednesday I made my first visit to the maxillo facial surgeon recommended by my dentist. He is actually in the same hospital down the same corridor so that was convenient at least. ... (0 replies)
... What type of splint is it? ... (4 replies)
... It is ok to have teeth very slightly apart when at rest, kind of just kissing each other is what I've heard is ideal. ... (18 replies)
... Yeah, that sounds good. I put a pillow on my chair awhile back to help with my back since I used to have severe back aches in my back that I think were related to depression. But I suppose it helps me a bit to have the right posture. ... (18 replies)
... First of all, your permanent crowns should have not been put in while you were feeling uncomfortable. All changes should have been done on your temps and checked and corrected by the dentist until you were comfortable. ... (1 replies)
... Bruxism has been a big factor as related to my TMJD. I bruxed for years and wore my teeth down which I'm sure is a factor in my eventual development of TMJD. I wore a flat plane upper night splint for many years to protect my teeth while bruxing. ... (9 replies)
Arthrocentesis?
Jan 8, 2011
... I agree, I think most of us who have TMJ issues is largely due to a jaw that is not in the right position. ... (11 replies)
... Let me begin with my questions, which might not make much sense until you read the rest of the situation, but... well, I know this is long, but I'm really at a loss and wondering if my experiences either sound familiar or raise red flags. ... (16 replies)
Appliances
Dec 28, 2008
... then he tried to raise everything up by adding acrylic everywhere and the spasms started. ... (76 replies)
... Missed you both, guys! Was feeling so miserable since the recent dental visit when he tried to push my jaw. ... (63 replies)
LTC - how are you?
Aug 20, 2008
... enough that I could put my tongue through it if behind the front teeth were open. ... (93 replies)
TL- how are you
Jul 15, 2008
... no better but so grateful no worse either. I did initially get a bad headache duriing my fitting today but took some aspirin while the dentist was making some adjustments and it eased up pretty quickly. ... (76 replies)
... My biggest problem are my facial muscles which are enlarged and painful from not being in balance. Do you have this issue? ... (17 replies)
Popping
May 22, 2008
... myofascial pain is by far the most common form of tmj disorder, splints are not required for this type of problem". Who would agree with that? ... (7 replies)


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