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... int, any splint for that matter, is to move your jaw down and forward. So that it decompresses your joint. In your case, your joint isn't compressed. Maybe the crown was too high, therefore your bite is too high and your muscles are over working as a result of it. So having a splint will just open it up more. ... (19 replies)
... years. With xrays, the tooth does not show any secondary caries. She adjusted the heigth on the tooth, because she felt that it was too high with not enough "groves" in it and the adjustment will relieve the pain. Two weeks later, I still had the pain in that tooth every so often. ... (7 replies)
... Or is this just to bite on the front teeth at all? ... (15 replies)

... fitting molars. In your case, please keep posted with how you make out with the fitting of the crown because I am very pessimistic about my own situation. THey just can't get a correct fit in the difficult cases. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, for those of us suffering from tmjd some know that our vertical dimension and teeth shape have been altered. Whether it's too low or too high from a dentist shaving on the teeth, from the person grinding the teeth, or bad crown work. ... (0 replies)
... This is a bit of a long story but I've been dealing with jaw pain for over 4 weeks now and am desperate. I had my tooth prepared a month ago for a crown and when the hygienist put in my temporary I kept telling her that it was too high. She changed it 5 times but honestly it always felt the same. ... (1 replies)
... If this started with bad dental work I think it is going to become better much faster if you address the bite issue in conjunction with other modalities of muscle relaxation and body alignment. ... (5 replies)
... is down to deep and irritating my gums still. When the GD put the crowns on, they were too high and I kept chewing and when I would chew it felt like the crown was moving. ... (13 replies)
... LTC, I got the nightguard, but it's not much different from the one I bought. The only last molar crown which I have "gets stuck in it" so I'll call the dentist next week to adjust it. ... (80 replies)
... Hi again, I have one crown and a permanent bridge with one pulled tooth and 3 crowns on it. The bridge was just a deplicate of the teeth that were there. ... (21 replies)
... when I tell my dentist he should increase my vertical dimension to that position however he balks and says that is way too high. ... (63 replies)
... no teeth touching and the tongue in a central position and then build a bite from there. At one point my tongue was mainly residing on one side of my mouth and any type of movement by it made all my facial muscles spasm. ... (17 replies)
... finally found a dental practice that included all types of dentist and specialites and come to find out my TMJ was all caused by a filling I had done and it was too HIGH so it threw off my bite. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure from your post if you mean the crown is feeling too high or you just can't be sure really how high it should be. ... (18 replies)
... fitting onlay replaced. Noone will do it. They said the bite has been messed up and now to try and do anything would be dangerous to my jaw as they can only get it so precise. ... (18 replies)
... g a nightguard may not be the appropriate solution is seems to me, you have had this pain such a short time maybe doing something very simple like adjusting this crown would get rid of the symptoms. ... (18 replies)
Models For Crowns
Jan 19, 2004
... Thank again Jill as I am stressing big time over the new teeth ....Getting them this week hopefully they had to go back to the lab for reshaping. These will be on my front teeth so I have to say they really look nice :D I am in pain now partially because I am stressing over this, and secondly because my temps are throwing the bite off because they are an exact... (12 replies)
Models For Crowns
Jan 18, 2004
... I only have 4 crowns on my molars. That's where I thought my problem began from a high filling. When I stated my dental work, my jaw was completly deviated to the right and I barely had any opening at that time. ... (12 replies)
Models For Crowns
Jan 16, 2004
... Or did your bite change? ... (12 replies)
Could it be tmj
Sep 30, 2003
... nsitive due to grinding. It definitely wouldn't hurt to be checked out by someone. My dentist told me there are many root canals done due to sensitivity when a bite adjustment or splint needs to be made. Have you had any recent dental work? ... (2 replies)

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