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... Had an MRI done last week of my TMJ. And it came back completely normal. I'll be seeing my oral surgeon next week, so he'll give it a second look to make sure it's normal. ... (0 replies)
... the first one but the second one came out okay. I wore it during the day and also at night and it was comfortable enough, unlike the flat, hard one I got from a TMJ specialist that got me worse. ... (12 replies)
... Jpat08, I'd love to circle back with you now that I've seen another specialist and received a brain MRI…. After 2 visits to a Oral/Facial Pain Specialist and a clear brain MRI, I've been referred to a physical therapist and given a cream to rub on my jaw (loaded with anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxers). He didn't want to put me in any type of splint, even though I... (12 replies)

... I also wouldn't trust any dentist that doesn't read an MRI and goes only by symptoms. ... (13 replies)
... I went to ophtalmologist,everythings fine.I went to ENT,everythings fine.I went to a neurologist,everythings fine.I had an MRI on my brain,everythings normal.I had a balance test,everythings normal.I went to a maxillofacial surgeon as well as my primary surgeon,both said everythings ok. ... (2 replies)
... I went to ophtalmologist,everythings fine.I went to ENT,everythings fine.I went to a neurologist,everythings fine.I had an MRI on my brain,everythings normal.I had a balance test,everythings normal.I went to a maxillofacial surgeon as well as my primary surgeon,both said everythings ok. ... (0 replies)
... Jacksonville was Dr. Margaret Dennis. I really like her and feel like she really seems to know what she's talking about regarding TMJ. Her sister has had major TMJ issues and has had surgery with Dr. ... (13 replies)
... I would like for anyone's advice on this, but I know that Shirlett has really been through more than I can imagine with her TMJ issues and would greatly appreciate her advice. I have been dealing with TMJ for about 20 years, very severe for the past 5 years. ... (13 replies)
... Hi just a couple of follow up questions: Regarding your cracked condoyle, I would ask your surgeon whether this needs to be replaced if its not going to heal on its own. Talk to the oral surgeon who recommended surgery or whoever other doctor who has been treating and prescribing the pain medication before going off them. I don't want to be pessimestic, but if the... (13 replies)
... nt Dr. Piper would do for that. She says I need the arthroplasty and discectomy with a fat graph from my abdomen. My instinct about the dentist not reading the MRI was that that was completely off base. ... (13 replies)
... ing a perfect bite and changing it to be imperfect and then redoing the crowns. I just cannot get a peace about doing that. This dentist didn't even look at my MRI and was just going by symptoms. ... (13 replies)
... I was diagnosed with this today after an MRI recommended by a TMJ Specialist, did some googling and it seems really weird that I have this at only 18 years old. Can anyone who has experience with this shed some light on it? ... (0 replies)
... Hey everyone just thought Id post here to get some info from people who know where im coming from. To begin I am 17 now and as of today am diagnosed with TMJ Osteoarthritis after getting an MRI scan done yesterday. ... (1 replies)
... Ask for referrals here for good surgeons or also check the thread on TMJ surgeons. ... (3 replies)
... that she is very inflamed to the point that if you touch her she jumps because it hurts so bad. I than brought her to another surgeon as well. They looked at the MRI from after the surgery, did a panoramic and joint images on her. ... (3 replies)
... The TMJ part begins here and has become a horrible nightmare! About 3 weeks ago, my jaw started feeling awfully fatigued one evening. ... (0 replies)
... respect to clonazapam, while I'm no doctor and I respect that everyone reacts differently to drugs, I am personally doubtful that clonazapam would aggravate your TMJ symptoms or had anything to do with it. ... (8 replies)
... I strongly believe it might be the initial reason for my TMJ and the crookedness of my jaw. ... (8 replies)
... Hi Laura, have you found someone to help you with the tmj problems? ... (16 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about your problems. Dealing with TMJD can be so overwhelming! :-( Do you know though, why your bones are deteriorating? Do you have osteoporosis? I may be wrong but I don't think that any of those treatments (Arthroplasty with discectomy and fat graft) would fix a badly damaged (resorbed?) bone. I am also not sure if these options are better than a total... (16 replies)


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