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Bite adjustments
Jul 20, 2012
... my teeth on both sides, mainly in the back. My back teeth were hitting first, and I experienced pain mostly after eating. I went back to the dentist twice for bite adjustments and it finally seemed to resolve that problem, but now my front teeth seem to hit first. ... (1 replies)
... usually bite changes especially due to crown or bridge work can start the ball rolling. ... (3 replies)
Uneven Bite??
Feb 13, 2010
... sometimes called bite adjustments or equilibration and now your bite is unbalanced. ... (2 replies)

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)
... nt further decay. The machine does multiple fillings at once. So I got 4 fillings done on the left and 5 on the right. After the right side was done, my whole BITE was lopsided and for a whole year I slept on my back. ... (8 replies)
... I have some bite issues due to improper occlusal adjustments done by a couple of dentists during the past two years. ... (1 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)
... those that bite in the front only and their back teeth do not touch, those that bite on mainly on their central teeth and those that mainly bite on their central and back teeth. The bite adjustments done lying down generally only work with someone who mainly bites on their front teeth only. ... (5 replies)
... an adjustment to a back tooth that led to subsequent adjustments and work. ... (8 replies)
... I still have bite pressure. ... (38 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)
Bite problems
May 4, 2012
... ve seen several dentists who did new adjustments trying to get my mouth back in balance, but each time things got a little worse. ... (6 replies)
... severe pain I was having before, but noticeable pain that made me want to avoid chewing on that tooth. The dentist attributed this to be the bite being wrong. So far I've had three bite adjustments in addition to the adjustment I had when the crown was replaced. ... (0 replies)
... something that had never been a feature of my bite in my life. ... (0 replies)
... My wife has been sufering from some pretty bad tooth pain for the past few months. She has a bad bite, or malocclusion, and has had 6 bite adjustments from a prothodontist in the past month. However, this isn't working so far, and the pain only has gotten worse. ... (3 replies)
... I would seek second opinion! You have to go in for follow ups! They have to check your MORA and your bite changes. ... (38 replies)
... lways do the silver ones. I had so many problems, I ended up with TMJD. Had to wear an orthotic to get my jaw back in place. MY jaw disc were displaced due to my bite that was screwed up because of that stupid filling. ... (38 replies)
... I'm not sure I agree with having a natural bite adjusted in favor of getting vaneers to stay put - actually I'm not in favor of any bite adjustments to natural teeth so that any type of oral prosthetic such as crowns, bridges, overlays, etc fit better - I think this can induce other problems such as tmj or msucle fatigue, facial spasms, etc. This is just my opinion but I would... (4 replies)
New crowns.
Nov 20, 2004
... I dont understand.. When you get a crown, you must get first a root canal.. I though that's how it works...Or are you talking about the adjacent teeth.. (17 replies)

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