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... My bite was messed up by the high dental bridge and me too was at the point of suicide because NONE of the dentists or other doctors were able to see anything wrong. ... (22 replies)
... said there is no way this is related to the dental work. ... (0 replies)
... will be done within a few days. Moreover, I will acquire a TENS unit soon to help relieve the pain because I am at my rope's end after nearly three months of continuous pain. ... (2 replies)

... Do you have good dental insurance? ... (7 replies)
... mjd, I might always have it to some extent, hopefully not, but who knows. I'm in a repositional splint right now that is bringing my lower jaw forward a bit, and after the first adjustment , I had extreme spasms everywhere increase..... ... (4 replies)
... ad seen countless doctors and knew it was TMJ related but had no way to prove it. I lived in a small town with hack doctors who thought I was seeking medication. After spending a small fortune I figured it was my ear and planned on moving to Oregon to get a less expensive myringotomy. ... (12 replies)
Appliances
Jan 2, 2009
... I'll be able to recover to some degree on my own. Oh, before the New year's eve I made a big effort to go to a store to get some presents for my family. I was so dizzy in a store that could barely walk. ... (77 replies)
... years of residence, plus you will still need a lab to actually do the work and how can you file something in your own mouth? ... (65 replies)
... Many years ago before my tmj started but after I had had some major dental work done I developed a hard lump just in front of my right ear towards my lower jaw but still somewhat on the side of my face - I went to the dermatologist thinking it was a cyst since I had 1 there previously when younger that had to be removed. But after some some tests she said it wasn't a cyst but... (2 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)
... About a year ago, ironically after a concert I went to, a few weeks later I started to notice that music in the car was causing my right ear to feel "weird". ... (11 replies)
... for treating my TMJ has been higher than the height my molars will be erupted by. I wonder if the splint needs to be higher so that the TMJ is able to heal, but after that it doesn't need to remain so high. Do you have any understanding of this? ... (17 replies)
... I was so mad I decided to find another dentist. A little after this happened I lost my job so I didn't have insurance. I wasn't able to see another dentist or doctor until 9 months later. ... (5 replies)
TMJ face change
Jan 12, 2010
... r the condyle is moved to SIDEWAYS, not forward or backwards. maybe sideways AND A LITTLE backwards. so he wants a surgery for that........ which almost made me dizzy and throw up after I got in the car. I SO wasn't expecting surgery.. ... (97 replies)
... Hi Mountain r.----Just curious, what is your tmj dentist's strategy for having you wear an appliance in for 2 days, off for 2. I've never heard of treatment like that. I know what you mean about being leary of not wearing anything at night. I'm a huge clencher myself at night, and if I didn't wear anything, I think my dang jaw would break in two..:dizzy: not to mention, that's... (31 replies)
... Since I heard about the flat splints I tried to make some of my old temps flat as if this is a splint. This did not work so far. ... (65 replies)
... I firmly believe that moving the jaw to its proper position is the only way to solve tmj. Orthotics do work in moving the jaw. ... (3 replies)
... y say "Irreversible treatments that have not been proven to be effective and may make the problem worse include orthodontics to change the bite, crown and bridge work to balance the bite, grinding down the teeth to bring the bite into balance, etc. ... (3 replies)
... anxiety at her worst time and she did not tolerate it well. In addition, she was very concerned about the addictive nature of this drug. The Elavil seem to work much better for her, but she was a little dizzy in the mornings, but not so bad that she couldn't tolerate it. ... (8 replies)
... tist since high school. Around the 14th I had a cavity removed from my far back left molar during which my jaw was open for a very long time with the help of a dental dam. ... (8 replies)


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