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... Remember me... We had a similar situation with the bad dental work. ... (7 replies)
For "Puzzled"
Oct 20, 2003
... shoulder muscles. Tightened facial muscles throws your bite off. ... (25 replies)
... When he did the one side of the face things went OK. When he did the 2 on the other side things went wrong and the crown was too low. When I asked him to replace it for free he gave me attitude and said the tooth was the right size. ... (13 replies)

Lorozapam
Oct 19, 2003
... jaw clicking, tight shoulders and neck. The T.N. started after a bad "electric shock' injection into the nerve during a root canal. ... (25 replies)
... me as they've always been too, the molars changed with a crown, hard to understand it all that's for sure. A dentist told me to go to a prosthodontist and get a bite test done as he said the smallest change can trigger TMJ. I haven't done it though. I don't even know what a bite test is. ... (5 replies)
... so the joints on both sides are acting together. As a temporary fix till I get a crown for the cracked tooth I have white composite on it to give me a biting surface and I feel this is helping. ... (12 replies)
Night guard
Sep 2, 2003
... ed the permanent crown and it is impossible to remove without damage to the tooth, or he just doesn't want to remove it because he put it there as a long lasting crown and he would charge you again to redo it? ... (4 replies)
Night guard
Sep 2, 2003
... Like you I had TMJD from bad fillings. I then had 4 of them redone with 3 partial crowns and 1 inlay. Unfortunately, the dentist got very close to "fixing my bite after he did 2, but when he did the 2 on the other side something went horribly wrong. ... (4 replies)
... I responded to one of your other threads where you initially said the new crown felt better? ... (10 replies)
Looking For Help?
Jul 30, 2003
... I think I remember talking with you some time back about our bite problems causing all this. Sorry to hear you haven't gotten any better after all you have been through. ... (46 replies)
Looking For Help?
Jul 24, 2003
... my problems all started the same way. I had a root canal and then unfortunately my insurance changed and I went to the HMO dentist on the list. Well, she put a crown in my mouth that was way too big. ... (46 replies)
... ve that the 19 months that my dental work has been off, has resulted in my left tmj being displaced. I had to close to the right to get my teeth to fit under the crown ... ... (7 replies)
... Also, a lot of you know that I was waiting to hear about the bite study my general dentist did. Well he said there are no inclusion problems. Which doesn't make sense to me because the crown still seems to short. ... (7 replies)
Hey Shell.......
Jul 15, 2003
... Well, if you saw my other post about Flexeril I guess you have figured out that I went back to taking one last night. The first 2 days were not too bad but yesterday I felt terrible. My neck and upper back were the main problem and I have not done anything strenous to cause it. ... (1 replies)
... hey aren't doing permanent, irreversible changes to your teeth. If something doesn't work they can stop it right away. In my case, I could tell immediately the crown was "too low" but too late. ... (14 replies)
... up I ever had. I have spent 18 months trying to get this straightened out. One dentist even tried to equilabrate around the short crown ...obviously this did not work. My teeth chattered all night and the pain was so bad, one doctor thought I had trigeminal neuralgia. ... (14 replies)
... t in the first time, remember I had to go back two days later because I was hurting so bad... well, it was because my muscles were so messed up. So he opened my bite vertically, to give those muscles some room to stretch and relax. That adjustment lasted about 4 weeks. ... (27 replies)
Hi Cheryl...
Jul 2, 2003
... Things are okay here. My gums are still not healing right around that new crown. It is ashame too because the crown seems to fit so much better with the bite and all. I am beginning to wonder if my gums will ever be right back there again. ... (3 replies)
... I don't remember if you said whether the dentist took molds of your teeth or not. I think getting molds done and having the dentist study your bite first is a better approach than him getting out his drill and randomly grinding teeth. That's my experience. ... (36 replies)
... splint for either as long as it took for the symptoms to go away, or if they got really bad I would be referred to another doctor. ... (19 replies)




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