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... For those of you who already have bilateral Tmj joint replacements, do you think there has been any change in your teeth placement in your mouth and your smile after the surgery? ... (0 replies)
... t is more traditional to do patch testing and I was wondering if anyone had been successful in getting an allergist to do the blood testing instead before having tmj replacement surgery. ... (2 replies)
... The TMJ Association had a newsletter where the featured a company that did this type of blood testing. ... (2 replies)

... I am facing TMJ replacement surgery and am running into some roadblocks getting testing for allergies to the metals in the TMJ implants. I would like to get the blood testing in advance, but am having trouble finding an allergist in the boston area who does this. ... (2 replies)
... A displaced disc is very common TMJ problem. Get a second opinionwith respect to surgery and orthodentics before doing either. Surgery should be last option. I don't what type of surgery he is recommending but still any surgery should be a last resort. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, I am new to the Health Boards and have spend many, many hours reading through the hundreds of posts on TMJ and have already learned a lot. I have had issues with TMJ for about 25 years. ... (1 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with tmj by mri and am told that I have displaced discs on both sides that are wadded up like tin foil and my bones are deteriorating. ... (6 replies)
... The doctors are useless. I'm basically a shut in and I don't want to live like that so there so no point going through jaW surgery if this is my future. So things are not good. ... (18 replies)
... This is a really difficult question. I understand that Tufts in Boston has a TMJ chronic pain clinic that is supposed to be very good, though I haven't been there myself. ... (3 replies)
... So sorry to hear about your ordeal - I pray you get through this. (29 replies)
... the issue is that if one side also has degenertive changes it may affect how well your implant works. Its critical that you move your jaw and get it open post surgery otherwise scar tissue will build up around the implant and then you're in real mess from what I understand. ... (5 replies)
... My oral surgeon brought up the option of joint replacement surgery for my left jaw joint at my last visit. I have a lot of questions, and he is good at answering them. ... (5 replies)
... MommaKris - so glad to hear that you are better :) George how are you doing? (17 replies)
... surgery isn't scheduled yet due to other complicating issues but my surgeon is also going to use implants made by TMJ Concepts. ... (2 replies)
... I had a right joint replacement with a TMJ concepts implant last November. The surgery in it self went well. ... (2 replies)
... months before the surgical date. I still have to wear the braces but no adjustments will be made during this period. Post implant surgery I will have some kind of wire retainer, for maybe another year. ... (26 replies)
... hough I know there are no guarantees. Do you think it's possible the neck issues may be more amenable to treatments like physical therapy once you have the joint replacement surgery? ... (26 replies)
... st had my final appointment with my new oral surgeon yesterday and I think we have developed a plan of action. I am still a little nervous because it is serious surgery but I am feeling confident that he has my best interests in mind. ... (4 replies)
... the surgery and implant is covered under our public health system so its not something I have to worry about. ... (5 replies)
... Get a second opinion from another oral surgeon. Its always prudent when you are considering major surgery like this. ... (3 replies)

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