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... ist, I have some deep pocket in 4 teeth but the rest of the teeth have low reading. The periodontist recommends laser in 3 quadrants. He also says he needs to adjust my bite as part of the Laser Therapy, which requires to sand some teeth, where is necessary, for a better bite and for reducing the pressure. ... (0 replies)
Bite Problem
Jan 27, 2005
... Hmm..that is strange. It sounds like you have a cross bite and now an open bite as well! The relations of your front top teeth should touch the front bottom teeth. If they don't touch then you have an open bite. ... (12 replies)
... don't usually get freezing, but one of the fillings was deep, so I got freezing on that side only. A few hours later, when the freezing came out, I found that my bite was completely off. My right front bottom tooth now hit very hard into the back of my top right front tooth. I went back to this dentist for an adjustment. ... (8 replies)

... for sure that one tooth on right bottom side is hitting a upper tooth very wrong! It causes my gum to swell beside the top tooth it is hitting. He will have to adjust that one. What else can I do, that has to be fixed. I think that one problem is causing my good side to be off which is bringing on tmj symptons. ... (38 replies)
... I've been back to him twice to adjust my bite. Now when I bite down where it feels comfortable, my teeth on the bridge side aren't touching. It appears he has grinded too much off. I'm having a little anxiety about this. ... (4 replies)
... This is the lesser of the two evils. And they would need to adjust your bite. However, it sounds like you may need a root canal. ... (5 replies)
... some people bite on all their teeth at the same time and having the teeth pulled may have changed how your jaw balances itself when you bite down or are in a relaxed position. He may have to give you a night guard so your jaw can adjust to the missing teeth or to compensate for the lack of them. ... (8 replies)
Bite problems
May 5, 2012
... No problem, I am not a dentist, but have learned a lot from my current dentist. Fortunately, the jaw is a very forgiving joint, and will self adjust to your current occlusion scheme as long as it stays within some boundaries. ... (6 replies)
... some dentists feel this is the best alternative to resolving this type of issue rather than redoing the crown but it can have an adverse affect on your natural bite over time. ... (3 replies)
... I think I might be grinding my teeth more during the night because of the numb teeth on the bottom left. Anyway, that's my theory about why my bite feels 'off' now. It feels like I am now constantly trying to find a way of closing my teeth together that feels 'comfortable'. It's hard to explain. ... (38 replies)
... my periodontist made me a bite guard to use at night but I cannot sleep with it in my mouth no matter how hard I try. ... (11 replies)
... Havin a messed up bite is the worst. Do you feel pain when you just put your teeth together and put a little pressure on that newly filled tooth? ... (38 replies)
... At the dentist office, the fit felt fine, but anytime I try to eat, the crowned tooth keeps grinding against the other tooth. In short, my bite is completely off.I can't eat on that side of my mouth, and barely can eat on the other side. ... (3 replies)
... like to bring your lower jaw forward or adjust the upper upper jaw, etc. ... (4 replies)
... I have worn a night guard for years because I clench my teeth while sleeping and was having to constantly see the dentist to adjust my bite. It has made a world of difference to me. I would definitely give it a try. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks to all for responding. One big question I have is could I have TMJ if my jaw doesn't hurt? For instance, after spasmodic pain left my head this morning it was in my upper gum area back where molars are on same side but then it left and i had a few hours pain free but now head is back off and on. I have not had any actual lower jaw problem.Thanks again this is so... (11 replies)
... y stress. You may be grinding and or clenching at night. You may wake up with sore jaw and headache. Sometimes it gets as bad as causing migraine or nausea. The bite guard or night guard is the first treatment to see if it will help you. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks Thelma. I called the dentist back today, scheduled a visit for Monday. The young receptionist said that the dentist will have to "adjust" it. I don't know how in the world he's going to do this though since it's glued on. (3 replies)
... how would anyone adjust it? ... (3 replies)
... ou shouldn't have to live in pain, and some dentist out there hopefully can help you. I would tell them to not touch any of your other teeth if they are going to adjust your was that onlay that changed your bite. I understand how frustrated you are, and I hope you get help for this problem. ... (6 replies)

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