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... I too had no previous problems with my bite. I had been a grinder from a young age and my right jaw joint has always popped. I was prescribed a lower bite guard at age 23, about 7 years ago, because the grinding had severly worn down my teeth. ... (14 replies)
... partly open bite but absolutely nothing compared to what it was after wearing the nightguard for 2 years. ... (14 replies)
... who are in a similar situation. I'm really glad your bite has improved and that the treatment seems to have worked for you. ... (14 replies)

... I always had an open bite as a child. Went into this magnetic type mouthguard thing for about 9 months when I was 13. Then braces for 9 months. Then a retainer. ... (14 replies)
... hat it is due to some sort of destructive process going on in my joint that is eroding my condyles, and thus I am losing "height" in my jaw, and this creates the open bite. ... (14 replies)
... Hi, sorry I was so brief but I have just started with this new nm dentist and I'm in alot of pain. My neuromucular dentist said it was the NTI that left me with such an open bite. ... (14 replies)
... can you tell me if your new dentist was able to determine what had caused your open bite? ... (14 replies)
... that over time the NTI will cause an open bite. Most members suggested once the pain issue was resolved that it only be worn on alternating nights or a couple nights per week to minimize the occurence. ... (14 replies)
... I freaked out after a while and went back to my trusty old nightguard. However I now have an "open bite". I can only bite down with the very last molars and wisdom teeth. ... (14 replies)
... I've only worn the NTI twice. But both times I've worn it, the next morning I'd feel soreness in my jaw and not the TMJ joint. Specifically, the part of the jaw where it makes a "V. ... (28 replies)
... If you don't mind me asking, did you have an open bite anytime prior to 6 years ago? ... (6 replies)
... Oh Gabi, I am so sorry that happened to you! How long did you wear the NTI before this happend to you? ... (14 replies)
Nti
Oct 26, 2009
... An anterior open bite is in the front. Your teeth do not come together in the front if you have one. You will only be sitting on your back teeth. ... (8 replies)
Nti
Oct 26, 2009
... What exactly is an open bite and how long did it take you to get it from the NTI? ... (8 replies)
Nti
Oct 26, 2009
... NTI's can definitely cause open bites by allowing the condyles to seat in a more anatomical position. ... (8 replies)
... in coming on, then take it out after since it was hard to talk. However, that is my chief concern that I may have damaged the joints and condyle, leading to the open bite. ... (13 replies)
... the eruption of the back teeth, but this is in most times then corrected through orthodontia. Of course he asked if you had pre NTI and post NTI MRIs done to confirm this acutally occurred which I am assuming you may do the post NTI MRI at some point? ... (13 replies)
... Much appreciated. I am still curious, especially since my teeth fit together perfectly if you take a mold of them. That's where nothing makes sense. (13 replies)
... errupt to try to meet the opposing teeth, therefore you get your open bite. I will definitely ask my tmj specialist on the 28th about this. Good luck with everything. ... (13 replies)
... Thanks for replies guys. But what I was wondering for is if anyone had definitive proof that the NTI did damage to the joints. The notion of condyle resorption came up in that it would explain the open bite, as the condyle looses mass and compresses upwards. ... (13 replies)




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