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... e a huge problem... eventually I got a bridge there now after like 3 years of having nothing there. My bite shifted because of this, now if I shut my mouth teeth on one side of my mouth aren't meeting up properly, there's like a fairly decent space in between the top and bottom teeth. ... (2 replies)
Sore on Jaw
Jul 23, 2013
... unds as if you may have an infection in your mouth. Red suggests inflammation. I think you need to go see a dentist ASAP. It may be a gum infection or possibly a tooth problem. ... (2 replies)
... If it started with the extraction of your wisdom teeth the only thing that comes to mind is that maybe your jaw joints were over stretched during the procedure, that you were kept open for too long of a period or a nerve was damaged during the procedure. ... (7 replies)

... hi all. i'm really hoping someone can help me out, i'm on the verge of demanding a head transplant. ... (0 replies)
... My TMJ started about 1 week after I had one Wisdom tooth extracted. I persoanlly believe that this was the catalist that flared my TMJ up. ... (7 replies)
... right wisdom tooth removed and while the dental surgeon was removing it, the tooth cracked. He was using so much force to remove it that my jaw was really sore for about a week and I had to tell him to stop for a couple of seconds a few times while he was removing it so I could let my jaw rest. ... (16 replies)
... My thinking is that your jaw muscles are the strongest in your body. ... (2 replies)
... dentist and he told me to wear a night guard. He told me how to make an OTC one... told me it needed to be flatter, as the one I showed him was not right and was causing the problem. So I made another one and bit firmly down into it. It stays on all night, even if I have my mouth open a little. ... (10 replies)




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