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... I had my regular cleaning with bitewing xrays a few weeks ago. I was diagnosed with TMJ several years ago by this dentist. For the last few years I have had headaches after dental procedures. ... (6 replies)
Botox for TMJ?
Apr 10, 2014
... I had tried this once for TMJ pain but it had little effect for me and lasted only two months. ... (1 replies)
... doctor for you is a huge key to successful treatment. I found out the hard way that those doctors who 'specialize' in TMJ issues are not all equal. ... (7 replies)

TMJ surgery
Apr 12, 2014
... I am sorry you are having such a difficult time. Four years in pain is a long time and I can understand your frustration. ... (5 replies)
... me people on this forum have had benefited from this based on comments. Any procedure that is going to permanently alter your daughter's bite should be proceeded with caution. ... (4 replies)
TMJ/Depression?
Mar 12, 2014
... I have been depressed most of my life, but when my TMJ got really bad, so did my depression. Magnesium can definitely help you, and I'm pretty sure there is a link between depression and low Mag. levels. ... (6 replies)
Jaw surgery x3
Mar 5, 2014
... I started experiencing some pain cewing in my right TMJ joint which progessively worsened over a 2 week period to the point my muscles spasmed and my jaw locked up. ... (27 replies)
... Like I said, do yourself a favor and find a trustworthy, qualified TMJ dentist before you do anything drastic, like surgery. ... (4 replies)
... k I have been quoted for splints. Are splints worthless with no MRI as a guide? ... (13 replies)
... first get a flat plane custom night gaurd to wear at night. If you are waking up in pain in the morning I suspect you are clenching at night. ... (13 replies)
Jaw surgery x3
Mar 22, 2014
... my surgeon is using TMJ concepts. Anyways, I would want good reasons as to why such surgery is needed and what kind of outcomes to expect. ... (27 replies)
... YOu need to see a dentist that specialized in TMJ disorders. But as a starting point if you have family doctor go see them and talk to them about your problems and ask them to do exrays of your jaw and an MRI. ... (4 replies)
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... I am 29 years old and I live in South Bend, Indiana. I am looking for someone that can help me I been suffering with TMJ or TMD for over 6 years and I can not get treatment for lack of money or health insurance. I been denide for medicaid so many time, that I loose track of. ... (1 replies)
... ave a way of working themselves out. Apparently the jaw tries to "fix" itself after a while, adding extra bone to make the jaw work properly. He asked me what my pain level was from one to ten and I said "three", and he told me that I shouldn't even be considering surgery until a "nine or ten" on the pain level. ... (3 replies)
... Hey everyone, I'm almost 18 and have been having TMJ problems for about half a year now. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there...I will try to put all of this in a nutshell...I have had tmj for about 7years now...it was severe at first..after my splint treatment..i did wonderfully for awhile... ... (3 replies)
... Hello There friends of the TMJ Board... ... (9 replies)
... ALSO, I forgot to address your pain med issue, sorry. I had a migraine for 6 weeks straight before I got my splint. I was taking like 6 to 8 Motrin a day and still the pain continued. ... (7 replies)
... and pressure, if I sneeze the pain gets worse or is brought on by several sneezes, I can now feel my right jaw popping and cracking as I eat, and when I lay down with my night guard mouthpiece in my ear has a popping noise in it until I fall asleep. I am confused about these new symptoms. Are they related to TMJ? ... (0 replies)


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