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... I was just doing my daily TMJ research, which usually ends in the same info over and over about how there is no cure for TMJ, only a bunch of treatments that aren't guaranteed to work. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Allied22 , Sounds like what I call a jig that fits over front teeth. They can be successful , but it depends whether you have trigger points in your muscles of mastication, pterygoids masseter , temporalis --- myofascial pain. If so they will have to be got rid of through Myofascial release. I'm in this situation but have have previously been where the jig worked no... (10 replies)
... I'll spare you the details of my TMJD story....essentially, I'm searching for some encouragement and success stories from someone who has used a "Deprogrammer". ... (10 replies)

... ply.. I had one made but never used it since I didn't have pain before but now I feel that my teeth had shifted a bit after my right jaw has locked , plus my new tmj specialist didn't think that I need one yet and referred me to physical therapist which I'm seeing now.. I wish I can learn how to reduce my stress.. ... (12 replies)
... They basically said that I have TMJ without any further details. ... (8 replies)
... I assume no if you are having surgery. I am getting a splint next week in the hopes to fix my TMJ issues. ... (7 replies)
... I was wondering if there were any success stories out there following this type of surgery? ... (6 replies)
... r my synthoms to go. I do have flar up's even now and then. It's the wrost when the change of weather or season. Or the cold gets to my jaw. People that have TMJ have it all different so the splint may work for you which would be good. ... (6 replies)
... has anybody successfully recovered from tmj? (12 replies)
... I have been dizzy and light headed off and on for the last year. For me I looked up tmj massages that focuses on the facial and neck muscles that seems to work very well for me. I also do yoga that helps to learn to relax your mind and body. ... (18 replies)
... I have been light headed for over 3 yrs. I have been to ever doctor and everything is good thank goodness. I have been told I have TMJ by an oral surgeon and I was on anti inflammatory and muscle relaxants for a month and my muscles calmed down but the light headedness never went away. ... (18 replies)
... I would get a second opinion from another specialist in TMJ disorders. ... (10 replies)
... I would like to hear success stories too. I have tried treatment so far though and had nothing change. Perhaps hearing what didn't work would help too. ... (10 replies)
... I want to see success stories! Has anyone actually been cured of this terrible terrible thing from any specific treatment at all? ... (10 replies)
... Have been having some chronic pain problems which I am beginning to conclude are TMJ but can't see my GP till next week so will share as a sounding board. ... (1 replies)
... teen. I never had any other TMJ issues besides clicking until 5 months ago when I started having neck soreness, jaw soreness, jaw cracking louder than normal. ... (0 replies)
... I am new to TMJ issues caused by dental malallignment. I am at week 8. ... (8 replies)
Tmj splint
Oct 23, 2012
... h a splint in the UK, and also had orthodontics at the same time to reposition my lower jaw further forward. Before treatment I had a very loud clunk in my right TMJ on every opening, which now only occurs when I move my jaw while cleaning my teeth. ... (12 replies)
... started seeing a tmj specialist here in portland in june. ... (0 replies)
Tmj splint
Sep 17, 2012
... I will remain patient and pesevere but need to hear success stories from those who have worn splints. ... (12 replies)


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