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... Me - 50 year old male - in good general health - no pharma About 8 months ago i started getting this strange sensation in my upper jaw above my #2 Molar ( upper jaw right side - last molar ) Wisdom's are pulled. My dentist referred me to an Endodontist who told me that I had an abscess and needed to have that existing root canal - re-treated. The endodontist... (0 replies)
... The lump most likely is not related to TMJ, but probably an unrelated skin condition or inflamation. It is best to get it checked out by a doctor or dermotologist. ... (2 replies)
... ad a blocked duct in salivary gland that came and went, it would tighten up and feel like a charlie horse. That was years ago and I did have clicking in the LEFT jaw back then....... ... (32 replies)

... never did anything to it. Try this...go get a pickle, anything that may make you salvitate a bit and try and see if it swells up, salivary ducts can get blocked by little particles, so it may not happen right now, but try and take more notice after eating and see if the swelling comes and goes. ... (32 replies)
... A lot of tension and facial pain is generally caused by muscle spasms and it takes a while to figure that out because so many people will just blame it on a headache. ... (32 replies)
... Man - that post is from 2006 almost 3 yrs ago! :eek:and sad to say but I still am suffering and haven't had much luck with various dental treatments. I can probably tell you more of what NOT to do than I can tell you what to do. Do NOT let any dentist perform bite equilibration (filing down) on your teeth - this only made things worse for me and if anything made what... (32 replies)
... Today my jaw joints have been aching like crazy and I found a little hard lump about the size of a pea just at the top of the jaw beside my right ear. When I open my mouth the lump moves inward and I cannot feel it anymore. ... (3 replies)
... I just saw this and realized you replied to me! I am presently not using a night guard, for the exact reasons you mentioned I was given one by my last dentist and it did in fact push my jaw back more, and I wasn't able to close my mouth around it, and it made me snore. ... (16 replies)
... I would be cautious about using a gaurd to deal with sleep apnea. This sleep apnea night gaurds push your jaw forward to create a larger opening. ... (16 replies)
... so my jaw isn't perfect definitely still crooked but that choking feeling has gotten better. ... (16 replies)
... Does your son have a grating sound by his ear? ... (5 replies)
... constant headaches, jaw spasms, very limited mouth opening, etc. I even had a hard, painful lump by my joint that I was convinced was some evidence of displacement, but that my dentist said was actually a knot in the muscle. ... (36 replies)
... My TMJ was caused by a careless dentist who popped my right jaw joint during a root canal. ... (3 replies)
... back. I've noticed I'm clenching again, so I guess that's what is causing it. Weird thing is the two lumps on my jaw. One feels like it's on the muscle of my jaw near the top. It's rubbery feeling and moves when I push it around. ... (0 replies)
... I know it sounds strange but tmj can affect all the muscles in your face and jaw and can actually change the facial structure and appearance as it progresses. ... (1 replies)
Lump in throat
Aug 22, 2002
... Lump in throat feeling can be caused by many different things. Acid Reflux, Stress, etc. ... (6 replies)
... rays to confirm the status of your jaw bone, condyles, discs, muscles. ... (4 replies)
... rays to confirm the status of your jaw bone, condyles, discs, muscles. ... (5 replies)
... I was to go weekly to have it adjusted and get my jaw "stabilized" then he would do a occlusion adjustment on my teeth..... ... (10 replies)
... rst week lost 5.5 lbs. The TMJ specialist also said that once a person hits menopause the symptoms become much worse. My back and legs are affected and I have a lump in my throat from the TMJ. My posture is off because my breathing is partially obstructed by the lump and I don't get enough oxygen. ... (1 replies)

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