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... but my jaw isn't noticeably different. ... (12 replies)
... We will see though. The oral surgeon just advised me he doesn't want too many cooks in the kitchen and wants my jaw to have the proper time to heal before attempting anything new. I have started physical therapy and actually have an appointment later today. ... (12 replies)
... I kind of figured u know maybe I would need my lower jaw to be broken to get it back in the right alignment and this is something im so okay of doing Yes I can figure it's risky so is life and I want my life back So I'm open to all options I know my jaw alignment is so off that no matter What kind of option I seek it could really not get any worse then it already is. I... (12 replies)

... I would just get a second opinion from another surgeon who specializes in TMJ jaw surgery and also have realistic expectations. ... (12 replies)
... For the bite surgery my doctor said that he could fix my jaw to relieve pressure in my joints. But if I still have an open bite there is a strong chance for relapse. ... (12 replies)
... Does put my jaw back in place like he says it will... ... (12 replies)
... out through a MRI that I do have both discs in between my joints are dislocated without going back into the proper position. I do have a slight shift in my lower jaw only when I bite down. ... (12 replies)
... Also is your jaw crooked as well? ... (12 replies)
... Thank you both for your answers I really appreciate it! After some long thinking I do feel like surgery is going to be the best way to fix my crooked jaw It's really hard to live with a face that you wernt born with Like especially since I used to have a really great jaw line And I think since I waited so long this is the only real way to make changes So the surgery... (12 replies)
... they will then stretch and mobilize your jaw while you are under general anesthesia. You have to do jaw exercise after surgery. Its day surgery, but its minimally invasive and fairly low risk. ... (12 replies)
... and nothing has helped any. I have been told I will need jaw surgery and joint replacement in my future. ... (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)
Jaw surgery x3
Mar 4, 2014
... body to replace the disc that is removed, essentially to fill up the joint space so there is no longer bone on bone grinding and to mimize the risk of your joint shifting because of the space. ... (27 replies)
... because my doctor was giving me samples for the past 4 months because i can't afford it and it hasn't gone generic yet. it DOES help with my osteoarthritis in my jaw and that is the main reason why i was on it. i am calling tomorrow to see if they have more samples in. i was taking 60 mg a day. ... (2 replies)
... or had any treatment for it because for most of my life it hasn't been much of a bother to me. I had braces when I was younger, but somehow the right side of my jaw ended up getting screwed up and is smaller than the left side of my jaw. ... (4 replies)
Jaw shifting
Feb 22, 2010
... as far as I understand about my sister, her shifts were more of a sudden nature. The first one especially, was very sudden when she opened her jaw one morning. ... (3 replies)
Jaw shifting
Feb 21, 2010
... HI--not quite sure what you mean about "jaw shifting"....but I think you mean the constant movement of trying to find a correct "bite"...? When you are in a proper neuromuscular orthodic, it should be bumpy, "indexed", to hold your jaw in a new position 24/7, creating a new mandible position. You need to wear this even while eating. Over time, the muscles will adapt to the new... (3 replies)
Jaw shifting
Feb 20, 2010
... did shifting still occur afterwards? ... (3 replies)
... Not to scare you but when I developed tmj after braces were removed, that was one of the first bad symptoms I had. The whole side of my jaw was in spasms and swollen, then came the locking episodes, pain, etc. ... (32 replies)
... I have the same problem! One of my clients, who is a dentist said I might have a blocked salivary gland also but I have hardending of the jaw muscle also. He also said that my clenching has worn down my teeth, therefore shifting the jaw creating the same problem that you have. ... (32 replies)




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