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... 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)
... 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)
... 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)

... 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)
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Dec 29, 2008
... they were finished I did develop an ear ache and a hard knot just in front of my right ear and one lower crown that was initially used as an anchor seemed a bit too high so he filed it down a bit but the right side continued to ache but it was more of an annoyance and nothing terrible. ... (76 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)
... so I did have that treated by a NUCCA or Upper Cervical Chiro and that resulted in the ear ringing and head noise being resolved and the lessening of some facial pain and tingling. ... (17 replies)
... What is the name of the doctor you are seeing? ... (6 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)
... and now to try and do anything would be dangerous to my jaw as they can only get it so precise. So I live with having to crack my jaw throughout the day and jaw pain all due to this one dentist. ... (18 replies)
Hello TiffanyAnn
Oct 26, 2003
... I agree with you that it's so great that Dr. LaFerla is in on Fridays. My dentist works only half a day on Friday. ... (23 replies)
... Also, in regard to your short crown, I know it's a hard thing alot of times for the dentist to see. In my case, my prosthodontist refused to replace the low crown and he added or "built up" the opposing tooth with resin. Needless to say this hasnt helped. ... (7 replies)
... root canal and have them check it out. Most people have only 3 canals in a tooth, I am one of the unlucky ones and have 4 in both top molars that was done. There is a chance that you have 4 and they just see the fourth due to the fact that it is tiny. ... (7 replies)
... u had a busy day at the dentist's office. I'm sorry to hear that you're having trouble with your one tooth. I don't have much experience with crowns, but if this crown gets replaced, then a splint made, it sounds like that may take your problems away. ... (5 replies)
... The pain could be totally from the tooth. It may be too high. You may be "hitting" on it when you bite down. This can cause terrible pain until you get the tooth "shaved down" or aligned with your other teeth. ... (2 replies)


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