... Its hard to know it could be due to your jaw injury. YOu should see your dentist for starters than perhaps an orthodentist or oral surgeon and see what they say. Maybe your dentist can recommend the appropriate specialist. (1 replies)
... Does this sound like TMJ or something different because of the injury? ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to say I'm so sorry. I hope you get better. I'm facing bilateral total joint replacement using TMJ concepts. I have to admit reading all of this scares me. ... (6 replies)
I am so sorry you are having a difficult time with your last surgery. Like you, my recovery since my August 2013 surgery has not been easy. My new prostheses is already mal-positioned and the left mandibular component is lower on the mandible than its intended design position and the condylar head is not contacting the central area of the fossa bearing as intended... (6 replies)
... hat muscles could cause all this havoc and out of the blue. I worry that I have some nerve disorder at times even though my pain doesn't really match that. THis tmj will sure make you feel like you are going crazy. ... (2 replies)
... had pain with opening, chewing, etc... as a matter of course. Mostly that pain came when I was in treatments that triggered it. I have physical issues with my tmj joint, but I've had a ton of muscular issues. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks, Tom. I'm definitely overwhelmed. When i first went to see a specialist about this in Feb, they took an MRI, and i was told the problem was all muscular, but I wondered about that diagnosis, since one of my first symptoms was a popping noise, and i thought that was all joint related. then, time progressed and my opening didn't increase, so no one was able to make me... (6 replies)
... Fear NOT we are here to help! So…
1. RELAX! Yes I know it is easier said then done but... Stress and Anxiety are very bad for TMD! Don't let TMD take over your life. Just remember… one day at a time!
2. Give your mouth a rest.
Try not to talk too much, go on a liquid/soft food diet.
Don’t move your jaw around if you can help it. Keep your teeth apart. "Lips... (6 replies)
... lls can take a couple of try's to get down. I'm always hungry but my gut is bloated, with no satisfying of hunger. I have hissing in ears and can't clear them by yawning or chewing gum. My neck feels tight and twisting my head right or left the hissing gets louder. ... (7 replies)
... I was diagnosed with TMJ due to my jaw locking frequently while yawning and would need to be rushed to a dental hospital to have the jaw closed. I also have a bad overbite which ruins my smile. ... (9 replies)
... when yawning or sneezing to keep from inflaming the muscles again. ... (4 replies)
... vil for the past 2 days and am hoping to remain that way today. Yesterday was a good day. I am hoping I don't mess it up today by eating something I shouldn't or yawning and forgetting about it and yawning wide. I am definitely one who would do that. I'm going to workout in a bit. ... (7 replies)
... Yes! I have made an appointment, but I never got a confirmation so I am going to make another one. The other night I was yawning and my jaw kept popping. The pain was ridiculous. ... (7 replies)
... ng. I went to the ENT a few months ago and they said I had no noticeable hearing loss either. This is so weird! At my last ENT appointment, he said to schedule a TMJ appointment and if it turns out that I do not have TMJ, then he is going to perform ear surgery on me where he cuts open a hole in my eardrum. ... (2 replies)
... Hello all,
Some of my symptoms have been right temple headaches that could turn into headaches that travel to my behind my eye (I've had a few cluster headaches because of that), jaw will click when I open my mouth too wide (either when yawning or chewing gum), earaches that are like someone stabbing my inner ear as well as ringing. I have been known to grind my teeth when... (1 replies)
... None of these are CONSTANT except for the head pressure and popping when yawning or swallowing. All of the others come and go, but are mostly present every single day at some point. ... (0 replies)
... voice, sore throad, coughing and blocked ears. At one stage, my ears got so blocked that I was desperate to unblock them. Someone told me try yawning a lot or opening your mouth really loud to yawn. Every time I would do that it would unblock them a bit so I kept doing it. ... (1 replies)
... Flyerfan it definately sounds like you have tmj.
Tmrots what treatments did you have? were they helpful?
My son was just diagnosed yesterday by his ent doc and i have made an appointment with a maxilofacial surgeon which is in about three weeks time. He started complaining three weeks ago of upper jaw pain, pressure, ear aching, temple throbbing, and clicking sounds, and of... (2 replies)
I'm 20 years old, and I suspect I have TMJ. My jaws click, and the left joint feels sandy/gritty very frequently. I don't have much pain, though, but my jaws can sometimes open slowly. For instance, in the morning, my right jaw is slow to move. After doing some jaw stretches, I try yawning, and the right joint pops. Distinctly.
A couple of years ago, while on my way to... (1 replies)
... I've always thought my symptoms could be TMJ or TMD whatever you call it. I've had problems with my inners ears feeling stopped up for the past three years. ... (1 replies)