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Bite adjustments
Jul 20, 2012
... I'm not sure you should wait. A bite that is off could impact your TMJ which isn't good. How is your dentist adjusting your bite? ... (1 replies)
... else has ever had this problem. Long story short. About 2 years ago I had a crown on one of my upper left teeth. Ever since my dentist and I have had problems adjusting my bite so that of course my teeth will touch when I bite down. ... (0 replies)
Bite problems
May 5, 2012
... and potentially dangerous 30 years ago, but some dentists believe that grinding natural healthy enamel from their patients in a futile effort to "optimize" their bite and make a few hundred dollars doing this easy work is worth the risk they are taking. ... (6 replies)

... I went to the dentist, and the dentist proclaimed right away that I had a perfect bite with none of my teeth taking damage or hitting each other too much. They then checked out the problem tooth and said nothing was wrong. ... (0 replies)
... usually bite changes especially due to crown or bridge work can start the ball rolling. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for responding. I feel so depressed no one understands how this feels except for people that has gone through this nightmare. I want the white ones out and silver ones in. I have another problem though. I know 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... (38 replies)
... sawing cycle like I did and eventually your bite will totally be off balance as already indicated by the changing bite from side to side and neck problems which are tmj symptoms most likely produced by the adjustments. ... (38 replies)
... hem up or if the jaw needs to be respositioned to improve joint spacing or disc recapture, etc. Unless something significant stands out or is obviously affecting your bite concerning this tooth or the bridge it is unlikely he will have to address either immediately. Splint therapy can take several months. ... (2 replies)
... Try not to panic. Sometimes a crown needs some adjusting. Your bite can be off because of it and the pressure of chewing makes it uncomfortable. ... (4 replies)
Bite Problem
Jan 28, 2005
... Thank you toothfairy, I will do that on Monday, at least then Ill have all the options. Your input is very much appreciated. I dont know if he should have been adjusting my bite here there and everywhere as he has been doing anyway. It seems to have made it worse. Each time I go back he charges me too. ... (12 replies)
Feb 1, 2007
... That's good that both of your canines came down. How long did your ortho say you would be wearing braces for? ... (110 replies)
Pain after filling
Dec 23, 2004
... filling like you described then you may feel some discomfort. If it's a large and DEEP filling and you experience such pain then you may need a root canal. Only your dentist can determine that. I would call my dentist and let him know what symptoms I'm experiencing if I were you. ... (2 replies)
... I think you need to call your endodontist again. This kind of pain is not normal. ... (2 replies)
... pid dentist who did the fillings completely wrong and made my teeth way too high. Fast forward a couple of days, I decided to go to a different dentist to get my bite corrected, though I should have not... ... (2 replies)
... the blue paper you bite down on after filling is done to get right fit. ... (38 replies)
Bite adjustment
Mar 7, 2001
... she will know if your bite is high. It can be easily adjusted. At the time the fillings were done, you were so numbed that you can't tell if your bite is high. It's common to go back to have your bite adjusted, it's not a big deal. ... (5 replies)
Biting Pain
May 22, 2006
... A misaligned bite can cause all sorts of pain in the teeth. I'm going through that right now. Please be careful about having your dentist do the adjustments. After my dentist tried to correct my bite he ended up referring me to a neuromuscular dentist. ... (38 replies)
... Dear Cursed, I hope you have had your bite problem resolved but if not I know exactly how you are feeling. I too had a dentist mess up my bite. ... (6 replies)
... My bite has been screwed up for a few years. ... (5 replies)
... ray to verify that the PDL and apex aren't the culprit of your pain? ... (5 replies)

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