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... Hello to all TMJ suffers, that's my first post ever , so please be nice to me. First of all I'd like to thank everyone on this forum , my TMJ journey was extremely stressful and this website was much more helpful than numerous doctors I've been too! ... (0 replies)
... s a conservative one and will proceed with caution. You don't want to rush into surgery, but at the same time, that may be what you need. One that specializes in TMJ is helpful. Getting some good imaging like an MRI is best. That will help them understand the direction you need to go. ... (5 replies)
Best TMJ surgeon?
May 27, 2015
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Best TMJ surgeon?
May 11, 2015
... rgical interventions. This of course, is assuming that a condyloplasty was actually performed and not a condylectomy. I would find someone who will obtain a good TMJ MRI. ... (3 replies)
Tmj sufferer
May 28, 2015
... Hi everyone, First time posting. I have been grinding and clenching my teeth since I was small. My mother would wake me sometimes because it was so bad. After having children I have been clenching even more. One time I had both of my sons in the recliner together, fell asleep. Awoke clenching my teeth so bad that I had such a grip that I didn't think it was going to stop.... (1 replies)
... I understand completely where you are coming from. It is very hard to deal with chronic pain at such a young age. I have had TMJ disorder since I was 17, and I am now 27 and still dealing with it. ... (3 replies)
... but unfortunately, I too am still searching for relief after a year of similar pain. The reason I am responding is because you never mentioned whether you had a TMJ MRI. I would suggest getting one if you haven't. ... (1 replies)
... Having your jaw lock in the open position is indicative of hypertranslation, that is, dislocation of the mandibular condyle out of its fossa. Similar to a shoulder dislocation. It is not indicative of a displaced meniscus. However, the force required to dislocate the mandible may have in fact damaged or tore the posterior attachment of the disc, which subsequently could and... (3 replies)
... I DO! I was snowboarding last august and bailed off a jump. At the time I thought I was fine but a few runs later I knew something was off and went home. Half way home my jaw got stuck in open lock. The next day I went to the doctors and got told I had cheek and neck contusions. My neck was actually whiplash. Then when I finally managed to see my GP I got seen by her,... (3 replies)
... Was your MRI a static or cine MRI? ... (13 replies)
... Actually, a majority of patients who are suffering with TMJ issues, don't have a displaced meniscus. ... (3 replies)
... You should bypass dentist and see if there is any TMJ specialist near you associated with a Unversity. Ask for a TMDJ MRI to rule out an disc issues that can be throwing off your bite. It should be covered by medical insurance. ... (15 replies)
... You should bypass dentist and see if there is any TMJ specialist near you associated with a Unversity. Ask for a TMDJ MRI to rule out an disc issues that can be throwing off your bite. It should be covered by medical insurance. ... (15 replies)
... am new to this forum. I have been browsing for a while, but finally decided to post since I cannot seem to find anyone with my problem. According to MRI, I have TMJ posterior disc displacement on the left side. ... (6 replies)
... jaw soreness, jaw deviation, neck soreness, and occasional jaw pain when yawning. As most of you already know, they often get unbearable. I was wondering if my MRI eliminates the possibility of TMJ or if many people with TMJ have similar MRI results. ... (3 replies)
My story so far.
May 30, 2015
... l problems but there was a slight possibility it could be hemocrania and took indometacin which really hurted my stomach and didn't help. She also sent me for an MRI but nothing showed. Then she suggested taking neurontin but I didn't take those. ... (0 replies)
... I've been struggling with my TMJ for about a little more than a year now. ... (0 replies)
... eft hit constantly while my right doesn't come together without difficulty. The right TMJ is inflamed badly and painful, my face has been swollen for months and MRI shows fluid trapped behind the joint which we believe is causing my severe and constant disequilibrium. ... (14 replies)
... From Mri reading, my both jaw are posterioly displaced. ... (6 replies)
... And then I went to orofacial specialist, and she finally orders MRI and found out I have displaced disks in both joint. ... (6 replies)


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