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... ce that weren't there before, feels like I can feel tmj temporal bone moving as I walk...whooshing cracking in my e ars when I open close mouth, feels like whole jaw pushed forward, constant weird feeling in my head of pushing behind my ears .. ... (2 replies)
... ing in my temple that would come and go throughout the day. I would even wake up with it. I went to the dr and she said it could be TMJ. She made me clench my jaw and it was clanky. I told her I haven't been sleeping well .. I wake up throughout the night. She said maybe I clench my jaw or grind my teeth. ... (0 replies)
... th about a year ago for consult. He originally thought if her condition stayed stable, we might be able to avoid surgery. However that has not been the case. Her jaw joints are severely misshapen, worn down, and she has disc displacement on one side. ... (1 replies)

... Xrays or my spine normal. MRI of brain normal. Everytime I went to the gym I would get very dizzy and my neck would spasm up. Not painful.. just really stiff. ... (0 replies)
... and left temple. My jaw get tired easily and doesnt feel pain exactly. I also have a pulling sensation in my mouth in the hard palate and feels like my jaw is being pulled to clench my teeth together. The right side of my jaw will make a tiny sound if I open too. ... (0 replies)
... too long. Ask dentist and doctors to identify the cause of this change in your bite. I am afraid the only way to identify to condition of your discs will be an MRI of you joint. ... (10 replies)
... and MRI is also really excellent, if you can get one, because it's able to visualize the soft tissues in the joint. ... (10 replies)
... If my jawline is curved & affecting my TMJ & other muscles what do I need to do? My dentist told me to go to my state dental school to be evaluated there, than she said she'd make me a hard night guard instead of a soft one that she made me a year ago. I just don't know if that would even do anything for me either. What type of device would I need if my jaw curves & is out of... (0 replies)
... I don't experience any pain. My main concern is that this is a different click, and I think it may be what people mean when they say "grating noise" when talking about bone loss. But I am sure my disk is not completely worn away because I still get those clicks that I'm used to. But didn't you say you can experience bone loss and still get the clicks? (9 replies)
... Although the jaw joint is much more complex, think of the similarities to the break down of a knee joint. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you to everyone who responded. I now realize that some people probably don't know he answer so that's why they don't respond. Greta, if you have had bone loss, what did it sound like? I've read that it's a continuous noise when moving the joint. This noise only happens for a second when I open my jaw, and not every time (only usually when I let it rest in a certain... (9 replies)
... scan and an MRI of your jaw joint. ... (9 replies)
... rs I have almost constant dizziness. I saw a TMJ specialist last year and got a night guard. It has done nothing for me. Have worn it for over a year, still have jaw pain, neck pain, horrible dizziness. Have been to ENT doc, they wanted to to EMG test, I refused. Just had an MRI, waiting on results of that. ... (5 replies)
... Temporary type, mostly experienced by sportsmen who have taken a hit to the jaw or pregnant women who are subject to high stress. ... (42 replies)
... how much are jaw MRI's (3 replies)
... I notice you posted this about a month ago, but I had an MRI done several weeks ago. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sorry to say I don't have an answer for you, but I am interested in following your post. I am 31 and after a year of head and face pain was finally given a Jaw MRI that revealed what I'd been suggesting all along - articular disc disorder and osteoarthritis. You can imagine how devastating this is as a young mother with a lot of life to live. I've been on... (4 replies)
... een referred to surgeon, someone who trained under Wolford. I have an appt scheduled for the 26th. I can find no good stories for surgery. The left side of my jaw I'm told was injured at some point and my body compensated. It is shorter than my right. ... (14 replies)
... crackling, hyperacusis, jaw soreness, jaw deviation, neck soreness, and occasional jaw pain when yawning. As most of you already know, they often get unbearable. ... (3 replies)
... s jaw pain issues. ... (1 replies)

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