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... I hope that recovery is permanent. Shirlett, you are an inspiration to us all, and I hope that you continue for a long, long, time with your improvements. ... (54 replies)
... all you have to do is spend some time on this site to see so many examples of this. ... (12 replies)
... By the way, I had very severe TMJ symptoms and was in a splint for almost a year. ... (1 replies)

Hello!
Apr 17, 2012
... weeks. Since the left Fossa TMJ Concept was removed January 26, 2011, the remaining implant on the left has slid up and my jaw is severely out of place. ... (8 replies)
Wisdom Teeth :(
Mar 5, 2012
... t Tuesday. All 4 of them under general anesthetic. The procedure was to last approx 45 minutes to an hour, but I was out for about 2 hours time. Factoring in the time it took to prep me once I was out and to wake me up following the surgery, I believe the surgery still took longer than expected. Recovery has not been so great. ... (1 replies)
... I have had surgery with Dr Piper in 2003. If there is a less invasive way to treat your TMJ, he will not perform surgery on you. Keep in mind that the more interventions you attempt to correct your TMJ, the more scar tissue and nerve involvement you are risking. ... (12 replies)
... py...and physical therapy to correct the muscle imbalances that you have probably had since childhood, seeing that you've had migraines for that long. I have had tmj for almost 22 years...and I have almost been in pt. for 2 years... ... (36 replies)
... brow again. It wasn't a looks issue it was an annoyance because I could feel the droop on my eyelid and like you, nerve damage was my biggest fear going into the surgery so to me that made me nervous but it did eventually go away. ... (12 replies)
... river and flew out the windshield resulting in a fractured jaw and of course severe impact to it and many other injuries. We have been tracking my deterioriating TMJ joints via scans and trying all different methods of treatments. Now after 13 years scans now show both joints deteroriated with no discs and just "shot". ... (251 replies)
... jaw replacement surgery. You have been through so much with surgeries . . . not to mention all the years of TMJ before. Or was the damage immediate due to the accident? ... (251 replies)
... My surgeon did not prescribe a muscle relaxer right after surgery. He prescribed pain meds, and an antibiotic. I went to my pain specialist ten days after surgery and he prescribed a muscle relaxer. ... (251 replies)
... Please let us know how you're doing. If my calculations are right, you should have had the second operation done in June and hopefully you're on the road to recovery by now. ... (251 replies)
... Everybody at this point feels that I need a bilateral joint replacement using TMJ Concepts. I am still surprised the the jaw is my first joint to be replaced. According to the drs, RA does not usually attack the jaw so quick and hard. ... (251 replies)
... I'm having a total joint replacement on my TMJ next month. Right now my pain is the worst it's ever been. At this point I'm counting the days that I'll be teaching until the surgery. ... (10 replies)
... S, doctors here are more likely to actually have the patients best interests at heart, and in fact, they usually try every conservative treatment possible before surgery because it's cheaper. ... (9 replies)
... how then do they have the time to devote to tmj patients? ... (5 replies)
Gotta a question
Aug 30, 2007
... nt an oral surgeon last week, since I've been having so many headaches, lightheadedness, headpressure, and pain behind my eyes. He sent me to have an MRI of the tmj joints. I followed up with him today, and he explained in detail, and showed me in detail the MRI results. ... (4 replies)
... I have periodontal disease and before the tmj pain started I was experiencing an ache along the left side of my lower jaw and my teeth had become very sensitive on that side as well. ... (4 replies)
MaggieMay
Sep 4, 2006
... d...BUT, I did have nitrous oxide, which made me just "foggy" enough to believe what the oral surgeon said. He kept telling me, "Don't worry, I'm just taking my time so that we don't damage any nerves." Yeah, in the meantime, he was overstretching my jaw joints! ... (8 replies)
Mediation
Apr 19, 2006
... I know I have told you before, I think, that I really felt that I was in more pain after the implant were put in than before the surgery and it was more than a year after the surgery when one morning I woke up and the pain was just gone. ... (6 replies)


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