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... and would definitely recommend him to anyone contemplating complex jaw surgery or jaw replacement surgery. ... (2 replies)
TMJ Help
Mar 4, 2013
... i have the headaches, facial pain,i cant talk for a long time without pain and clicking.. ... (9 replies)
... My heart goes out to you!!! I am on my third set of TMJ Concepts and can tell you each surgery was a way differant pain experiance. First I am VERY concerned with regards to your relationship with your doctor. ... (13 replies)

... mber 2012 and had been out of work since November 2000. I have been on pain medication since 1997. As of right now I am on as needed pain medication. The last surgery I had in July was on a Wednesday and I stopped taking the pain pills that Friday. So two days. ... (13 replies)
TMJ + Rib Grafting
Jan 21, 2013
... I do not know of any web sites, I am sure there are one or two and you just posted this am so give the support site so time for others to answer you and with Hope others that have under gone the RGR with success will answer and maybe lead you in a good direction. ... (4 replies)
TMJ + Rib Grafting
Jan 21, 2013
... That doesn't make me feel very hopeful. I've had surgery 2.5 years ago but they just pulled my jaw and chin forward. ... (4 replies)
... I am a TMJ sufferer in Sydney. ... (0 replies)
... give yourself more time to recover. Four days is not enough time. ... (4 replies)
... I had a similar type of surgery at the end of June. Four days is really soon to be feeling better. I was at least a week before I started getting over the surgery itself and three weeks before I was aproaching something near normal. Follow the instructions of your surgeon, take the drugs your supposed to and rest. ... (4 replies)
... I had one side replacement a few months back. Its a tough surgery and recovery can be slow but even at this early stage I do think it was the correct decision. ... (19 replies)
... Thank you, for your reply. I think he is just doing the athroscopy, to look and see what else he needs to do. Did you have swelling after this procedure, and about how long does it take? I get severely sick after having anesthesia, so I will have to talk to my dr. about this. Other surgeries I've had where suppose to be day surgeries, ended up 3 to 4 day inpatient stays. I get... (11 replies)
... r helped. However, the one I most recently had was for diagnostic purposes, which may be what your surgeon wants to do it for. My surgeon recommended it at the time hoping it would help my pain, and to see exactly what was going on with the joint, to help him plan what more invasive surgery needed to be done. ... (11 replies)
... Sorry to hear of your problems with your TMJ and hope you are healing well from your surgery. ... (19 replies)
... HI Flowergirl.....Most of the time, oral surgeons do not know anything about neuromuscular tmjd treatments...are misinformed most of the time about it...and frankly don't want to know anything about it. ... (7 replies)
... Hello. I just wanted to share my progress with you all. I had my arthroscopy surgery on Friday to my right TMJ bc the disc was locked in position so I could not open wide. The doctor said all went well, he also went on to explain to reasons my case was interesting. ... (3 replies)
... I felt compelled by your post, to come online and talk to you about one of my 14 TMJ surgeries, the one I had on my 31st birthday. ... (2 replies)
... year until lasting symptom resolution is felt, depending on how advanced your TMJ is and what the cause of it is. As long as I am getting better, I am content to wait. I definitely do not want surgery. ... (2 replies)
TMJ and surgery?
Jun 22, 2007
... hello there! Please, please, please do not consider surgery as the first option for TMJ and if you have a dentist, oral surgeon or orthodontist who insists surgery is the ONLY way to fix your problem off the bat, FIND ANOTHER DOCTOR ASAP!!! ... (3 replies)
... tant that during the healing process it be properly positioned in the first place otherwise it may not heal and could cause more poblems down the road. Sometimes surgery is required to keep the joint in place and prevent further damage so you may want to see an oral surgeon and have it checked out. ... (2 replies)
... A TMJ Arthroscopy is where they make a few punctures in the skin and insert small arthroscopic tools into them. ... (20 replies)

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