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... Hello everyone. I guess I'm just asking does anyone have any sucess stories or just input on limited range of motion to their tmjs. I can honestly say I only have about maybe a 15mm opening. No doctor has ever told me what it was. I still havent had an mri.. ... (6 replies)
... MRI of tmj joints by a very specific MRI center and radiologist. Evidently there is a very wide range of 'normal' and not all Radiologists take a close look when they read the MRI's. ... (12 replies)
New TMJ Patient
Dec 9, 2014
... So while I was in today for PT and a splint adjustment... I asked my dentist why my teeth never erupted and met together on the sides... where my normal bite clearly has a gap as indicated by my impressions too. In short, I have a normal sized tongue in a very narrow mouth. ... (6 replies)

... I have had it. It did get better. It took weeks before a normal range of motion started to come back. My jaw was also tighter on one side. ... (7 replies)
... If you look through my history over the last 4 years, you will see that it took me a couple tries and a lot of research to find the right TMJD specialist to meet my needs. ... (26 replies)
... In treatment of TMJ is there usually only phase l and phase ll. Phase l consists of treatment such as splint, PT, massage therapy etc.. ... (5 replies)
Upper jaw surgery
Jul 10, 2005
... Hi there. I too am undergoing orthodontia for the next 2 and half years due to TMD and problems with my open bite, misaligned teeth, etc. After the 2nd year of braces, I will be facing orthognathic surgery as well. ... (1 replies)
... TMD a couple of mos ago and went to a very well known TMJ specialist in Northern VA whose been recommended on this great doc thread as a good local TMJ specialist. ... (5 replies)
Mar 23, 2010
... ARTHROCENTESIS consists of anesthetizing the affected TMJ with local anesthetic followed by flushing the joint with a sterile solution such as Lactated Ringers Solution. ... (11 replies)
... I first noticed a problem in my left jaw around Thanksgiving of last year. I recall that it started with a dull pain in what I believed to be my lower jaw. ... (1 replies)
... About a month ago I started having a lot of problems with my jaw, mostly on the right side. I've had a lot of clicking, popping and even occasional locking of my jaw but a month ago my jaw locked up and now I can't open it but maybe 1 finger. The pain is excruciating and my ear feels like it could explode. ... (5 replies)
... It was almost 4 years ago I had the testing done. I went back to some of my older posts. ... (6 replies)
... rays he did and says that I have rotation of C2 and a little fixation in C2 and C3. My cervical "curve" is not quite as pronounced as normal, but doesn't look THAT bad to me. ... (63 replies)
... Here is a bit of information from a post I did in March 2010 after my second visit with my current TMJ dentist. ... (6 replies)
... compass like thing to measure mm of oral opening at its maximum. ... (16 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about your jaw troubles. I know exactly what you are going through. I have had tmj for about 7 years. ... (7 replies)
... and eventually developed some "numbness" in my ear lobes as well. There were many nights that I was up at night with the pain and wanted to cry so badly because of the pain. I went to my ENT a few times. He is an excellent doctor and has helped me with other issues for many years. ... (6 replies)
... and stay that way for a few hours, then my jaw would just unlock itself on it's own. Eventually, it stopped unlocking itself. I stayed in a closed lock for about a month. ... (3 replies)
... First MRI showed only shreds of soft tissue hanging out of joint. ... (17 replies)
... of the condylar head, patients who have undergone repeated surgeries occasionally suffer partial or total resorption of the condyle, the condylar neck, or portions of the ramus. ... (5 replies)

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