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Any advice?
Feb 8, 2016
... is is an ongoing issue that you believe is related to TMJD then I suggest you go to a local university that may have a Oral maxifacial pain doctor and ask for an MRI to show the current conditions of you joints. They may be best suited to handle your symptoms if it is joint related. ... (9 replies)
... It makes sense to make an appointment with an oral surgeon to learn more about your condition and maybe have an MRI to identify the condition of your joints. My advise for you would be to proceed with caution. ... (5 replies)
... to ask my new dentist to refer me to physical therapy so I can get the dry needling done. I had two sessions and it helped a bit, but my bite is off. I got an MRI and they said my ligament was a bit stretched. I had a consultation with an oral surgeon and he said I needed to wear a splint. ... (3 replies)

... please get an opinion of a physiotherapist that specializes in tmjd and offers dry needling, they will tell you why not to listen to the tmj dentist about this matter. ... (2 replies)
... Also, I learned through my journey that there is a large range of 'normal' on MRI's of the TMJ area. You can still be in the 'normal' range and still have problems. ... (2 replies)
... has struggled for years to identify the source of my headaches. Vicodin will not put a dent in the pain, so he recently prescribed Percoset and referred me to a TMJ specialist. All I know is that when the pain is at its worst, it's something I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy. ... (2 replies)
... people have clicking and muscle problems but with the deviation, my recommendation would be to go to an oral facial pain department of a university hospital. An MRI is really the best way to tell how your joints are doing. Good luck. ... (2 replies)
... neck and postural issues for about 10 years now. All testing has come back normal to date including MRI of the brain, CT Scans and blood work. ... (0 replies)
... I still would just like to get the brain MRI done just to be on the safe side & rule out anything. It's really the last test I can get done since I've had a whole bunch of other things done & they all came back normal. But if the TMJ MRI/X-Ray ruled out nerve issues for me than what could be causing my symptoms? That's why I'm confused. Ever since they came back normal, I... (49 replies)
... My brain MRI was ok. My nerve issues are coming from my TMJ. ... (49 replies)
... Going to your Primary is always a good idea, because they are suppose to have your whole body's health in mind. I know my TMJ doctor suggested my neurogolist do a brain MRI to rule out anything more. ... (49 replies)
... It could be TMJD. Have you had a MRI to check if your disc are ok? ... (1 replies)
... I had TMJ MRI & X-Ray done and both came back completely normal. I went to 2 oral surgeons & they both said the same exact thing where I'm not a candidate for surgery. I've always been wondering if it's some sort of nerve/brain issue causing this. I go back to my neurologist at the end of this month. All she's been giving me are meds that don't even do anything. Since this... (49 replies)
... Yeah, I have to go back to my primary doctor again. The neurologist didn't want to let me get the brain MRI or CT Scan done so there's no point in going back to that neurologist again. I assume the brain MRI didn't show anything for you when you had it done? ... (49 replies)
... I can rub right next to my ear where the TMJ is and actually feel a popping/crunchy sensation...almost like I'm moving something around. Could that be the disc? I had xrays but never an MRI. I have so much pain from this area. The oral surgeon told me it was muscular but honestly, it doesn't feel like that. (0 replies)
... To be safe, your neurologist may want to do a brain MRI to rule out any other possible problems. ... (49 replies)
... I'm starting to think now that I just have permanent damage. I've tried absolutely everything imaginable & nothing has helped. Still been dealing with problems. The last step really now is to get a brain MRI/CT Scan to see if it shows anything since whatever this is has been affecting the way I feel mentally. And it feels like it could be a nerve issue. I've been to so many... (49 replies)
Managing TMJ MRI
Apr 1, 2014
... then ask the technologist doing the MRI for something else. I know they had to improvise with me because I couldn't open wide enough to get the standard mouth peice in. Just some thoughts. Good luck. ... (3 replies)
Managing TMJ MRI
Mar 31, 2014
... wondering if anyone has advice on how to handle the test while moving as little as possible. I am not claustrophobic so I am not concerned about that. The last TMJ MRI I had was a few years ago. One of the joints was not viewed that clearly because I would move a little when I was swallowing. ... (3 replies)
... do you know if tmj inflammation would show up on an MRI? ... (14 replies)


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