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Surgery #20!!
Nov 10, 2013
... enter the world per my OS. So I have moved into his Hospice room to be with him every second he is awake. Thank you for ALL the Prayers and a Well Wishes! ... (9 replies)
... t wanted to give in update as to how I am feeling. This is day 5 for me. I went to see my dentist yesterday and he is having a bite splint made for me which will be ready in two days. ... (12 replies)
... however if the swelling is in fact due to tmj dysfunction either remedy might help. ... (1 replies)

... A couple of weeks ago, a maxillofacial surgeon recommended that I would require open surgery on my face across my jaw to reattach my TMJ disc which apparently had a tear and was stuck in the wrong position, only allowing me to open my mouth a centimetre. ... (5 replies)
... I will be driving to Shands in a few hours to find out what my lump is. It comes and goes and really does not bother me except when it swells. I will be 6 months post op left TMJ Concept Fossa also tomorrow..WooHoo me! ... (54 replies)
... Yes, I am in a MUCH better place than I was ten years ago and I would NEVER want to walk that path again. I still have "bad days" and I know I will never be "cured" from TMJ, BUT I strive every day to not allow the TMJ to control me and my life. ... (54 replies)
... WOW! What I put myself, my body and my husband and children through to "try and reduce my pain and regain some function" I NEVER thought I would be pain free with an opening of 45 mm!!!! Yes, I am opening without force to 45 mm. ... (54 replies)
... and within 2 weeks developed jaw pain along with submandible swelling on the left side. This was BEFORE the occlusal adjustment so I may have two things going on, both of which I've been unable to figure out. ... (7 replies)
... MJD, it changes bone structure. If you have skeletal problems or misaligned jaws, this surgery may correct these problems. If these problems are contributing to TMJ problems, it may help. You will still need other treatments such as braces, splints, etc. ... (11 replies)
... There are so many here in such terrible pain and looking for help, I just want to stress to you to be absolutely certain before you undergo any invasive procedure. ... (17 replies)




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