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... What you describe is similar to some people with TMJ but yours is due to injury and not other issues like referred tension. It sounds like your jaw is misaligned which is why its not opening and closing properly. ... (9 replies)
... I have a question that I hope someone can help me with. Can the majority of TMJ symptoms affect only one side of the head and neck? ... (7 replies)
... I think there are a lot of tmj sufferers that are affected on one side only. For me mine is on the left side. ... (7 replies)

... sticks out further on one side? ... (7 replies)
... I am new to this, and what my dentist said, that the pain can be on one tooth, but the pain that continues to stay there on one tooth and never change or go away, is something to be looked at. ... (1 replies)
... I have undiagnosed TMJ disorder. I have had this clicking noise in my jaw for years and I know my jaw isn't well aligned. I can't open my mouth wide and when I close it I can't find my 'bite'. ... (1 replies)
... Soundsensitive, I'm surprised reading your posts, because you have very similar symptoms to mine, only my TMJ symptoms explicitely began in an obvious way after I developed maloclusion after work done by a bad dentist last year. ... (11 replies)
... it took 6 weeks to get it diagnosed and I am still confused as to whether I have tmj or some other equally horrible condition. My internist thinks tmj is more like arthritis so he has not been much help in pointing me in the right direction. ... (4 replies)
TMJ causes???
Feb 20, 2001
... HI, I was just wondering if anyone could tell me what the usual causes of TMJ are. ... (3 replies)
... two small cysts attached to the teeth. ... (2 replies)
... it should be stated on the package insert. ... (19 replies)
... Right now I am on flexril. I have been on this since the Rheumatologist has diagnosed me with mayofacial pain syndrome. This has been at least since 2008. In the past I would only take one pill at night. However, it was doing nothing to give me relief. ... (19 replies)
... IT could be TMJ but you need to see a specialist in oral and facial pain disorders to get this diagnosed. Once your medical insurance kicks in follow up. ... (2 replies)
TMJ and tinnitus
Mar 26, 2011
... Mine is a ringing noise, My TMJ is onthe right side and affects the left side, shoulder pain in the left. Sometimes the ringing I have a sharp pain like someone is stabbing my ear with a knife. ... (1 replies)
TMJ and tinnitus
Mar 19, 2011
... Mine is constant, sometimes sounds like crickets, it's screeching and clicking atm. The chirping or clicking part of it is fast and arrhythmic. This particular "clicking" sound cannot be masked by any neutral noise, including white noise at any volume or fan set at max. ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the HBs! ... (1 replies)
... spine during one appt and the jaws on another appt. But I got written test results and films for all 3 tests. ... (10 replies)
... it is always sensitive and hurts and the pain and pressure in this area and the ear canals varies from slight to horrible but is always constant. ... (5 replies)
Implants anyone?
Dec 1, 2008
... former dentist moved my own chin forward and secured it with wires. It is sort of a modified orthognathic surgery but the breakage of the jaw occurs on either side of the chin and not at the back so there is no change in bite although the more forward chin position does affect I would assume muscle function in some way. ... (5 replies)
TL- how are you
Jun 17, 2008
... had he just filed them evenly and the same it probably wouldn't have been this bad. ... (76 replies)


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