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TMJ Disorder -TemporoMandibular Joint Board Index
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Double Jaw Surgery
Jul 24, 2014
... islocated three years ago and I've had trouble breathing and extreme uncomfortableness in that joint since then. I talked to a surgeon and he wants to do double jaw surgery to increase my airway. I'm wondering if anyone has had this done or has any opinion on it. ... (0 replies)
... but my jaw isn't noticeably different. ... (12 replies)
... I forgot to mention with the mri my doctor is concerned because he thinks there is a whole in my bone around that area that is causing my left disc to be trapped. ... (12 replies)

... rapy right after. He has done many papers and actually is one of the people that came up with the pain pump for the joint replacement. We did find out through a MRI that I do have both discs in between my joints are dislocated without going back into the proper position. ... (12 replies)
... Hi my jaw is messed up and crooked too! ... (2 replies)
... I've had TMJ and facial pain for nearly 7 years now and currently on the road to recovery...hopefully that is, since seeing a good TMJ doctor in Japan. I have been dealing with severe tmj and trigeminal pain for years. I understand TMJ can be very complex and everyone experiences different so I would like to describe what my symptoms are. I get very lightheadedness from time... (0 replies)
... y that about a year before all this dental work and the reason I did the dental work, is that I had may gallbladder removed and realized after I got home that my jaw was hurting many times more than the incisions from the gallbladder removal. ... (1 replies)
... basically it means that the disc in the TMJ joint is not moving the way it should. There is disc made of cartilidge which as to move back and forth to let your jaw open and shut. The question this has happened. This is as much as an explanation that I can give. ... (1 replies)
... He also requested that a MRI be done and it turns out I have bilaterial anterior dislocation of both discs in my right and left joint. ... (12 replies)
... Ever since I had joint pain clicking and popping sounds and my face was swollen for 4 months after the surgery and now my jaw is very asymmetric. ... (12 replies)
... As suggested, I would definately ask for an MRI if you suspect it may be jaw joint related. That would be the best way for diagnosing the best course of treatment for you. ... (11 replies)
... You may want to ask your oral surgeon about doing either a MRI or CT scan of your jaw - panoramic xrays aren't the best for showing the TMJ joint from what I've been told. Good luck seeing your surgeon. (11 replies)
... a bilateral in 2002 and a bilateral in 2006. I was told the only surgical option at this point is replacement. I haven't had an MRI since 2002, in 2006 I had a cat scan and this year when I seen Dr. Quinn I had an iCat. There's arthritis and ankylosis. Besides that I can't really say. ... (3 replies)
... or anything, but basically I was so stressed that I started to grind my teeth, and clench my jaw and oh man did I do a number on myself. ... (2 replies)
... I assume your jaw joints are deteriorated to some significant extent for the oral surgeon to be recommending jaw joint replacement. Is that correct? ... (3 replies)
... prescription muslce relaxants and anti inflammatories. I would recommend talking to your dentist about geting an MRI done to see what your joints look like. ... (6 replies)
Hip and back.
Jun 9, 2014
... Your brain MRI may look for many things but not necessarily your jaw joint. ... (4 replies)
... Other helpful tests include jaw tracking and a bite analysis, in addition to a thorough physical check. ... (24 replies)
... I can chew all I want without jaw muscle fatigue but sometimes will get a little fatigue in the back of the neck when chewing. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry to hear you are going through all of this. In my expereince there is no one cure all but a range of treatment options that can hopefully help you manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. I don't know exactly what kind of TMJ symptoms problems you've been having - but if you have trouble brushing your teeth and singing (I find I can't speak loudly it hurts... (10 replies)


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