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... Right now I am awaiting 3D Cone Beam test results and will hopefully find out this week sometime what is happening. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for your help. I am supposed to have my lower jaw moved forward. It's not a double jaw surgery. I did have a full head scan done and the surgeon said I had some slight deterioration in the jaw bone from arthritis. I am not sure what exactly that means though. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks for your in depth reply, I am so sorry to hear that you have had long term problems with your jaw, sounds dreadful. ... (9 replies)

... I would really advise that you seek a consultation with a couple of TMJ specialists in your area. If your jaw disc is misplaced a simple run of the mill night guard is really not going to do any good. What kind of explanation did the doctor give you? ... (3 replies)
... Get a second opinion from another oral surgeon. Its always prudent when you are considering major surgery like this. ... (3 replies)
... So sorry for your suffering. I've been struggling with TMJ issues since 2010. Based on what you've said, I would start from the very beginning. It doesn't seem to me that you've ever gotten a proper diagnosis of what is going on in your joint. ... (11 replies)
... I am new to this forum, but have been around a very long time, reading all of your posts about living with this awful disorder. This site has been very helpful for me, so I thank you all. Now I feel I should contribute some of my own thoughts and see what you guys think. ... (7 replies)
... I started wearing braces since 2007 and I had inconsitent visits to my Orthodontist and at one point, I didn't go for a year. ... (21 replies)
... g much, much longer than hips, knees, shoulders, etc., which they didn't initially expect given that you use your TMJs ALL THE TIME! My surgeon has said it could be anywhere from 20 to 50 years... ... (29 replies)
... Louise, it does sound like orthognathic surgery. I know many, many people who have great success with this particular kind of surgery. ... (7 replies)
TMJ face change
Jan 15, 2010
... Jmitchell, I'm kind of confused.. ... (97 replies)
... I need to vent a bit tonight. I know this will be kind of long. ... (31 replies)
What should I do?
May 21, 2008
... Your most welcome. I have seen first hand how these things can escalate real quickly so you are right to step back and formulate a game plan so to speak. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for your patience and for your reply. On my last visit my dentist told me that short of surgery my bite couldn't be fixed.. and she's not the first one to have told me that. I think it's time to insist on a referral to someone who's more knowledgable in this particular area... ... (5 replies)
... I would be grateful for any advice. ... (2 replies)
... I have had total joint replacement both R and L. it made my 18th surgery and I will never ever let another surgeon touch me again. The left joint has failed and the right is holding its own. ... (6 replies)
TMJ treatment
Apr 26, 2005
... Hi. Have you had any surgery before. I read your post and did not see that you did....but, with my pain, today, I couldn't see a brick coming for me... ... (16 replies)
... I seriously doubt you will find any information stating the number of people who had the surgery and ended up with more problems than they began with. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for writing back so quickly. ... (5 replies)
... They told me my tubes might be out of whack too, what kind of test do they do for this? ... (6 replies)


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