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... I wore a regular mouthguard for about a week at camp and I was in so much pain I couldn't do it anymore. My jaw was so sore I could barely open it or eat anything unless it was soft. So I have been wearing my Night guard. Could this effect how it works? ... (4 replies)
... Judging from the marks on the splint, I still tended to clamp down on it but I guess my teeth were prevented from actual grinding. ... (6 replies)
... Your back teeth are probably sore because you clench at night. I find that some mornings my teeth are sore and other mornings not so I guess it depends on how much I grind during the night. ... (6 replies)

... saw an allergist, endocronologist, ENT specialist, pediatrician, acupuncturist, neurologist, dentist, orthodontist, opthomologist, everyone! I even had my wisdom teeth removed, although I now just wonder if that was a way for the dental surgeon to make more money. ... (27 replies)
... emember it feeling pretty good all round, but for one reason or another she slightly adjusted my bite in about four places to make it fit. She also was shown the guard and saw that it was flat and was shocked! Apparently this is not normal and was only because my dentist was rushed. So away she went, grinding the guard. ... (7 replies)
... I was given a night guard to wear at bedtime. I was planning on even wearing it during the day if needed but after being given the night guard, I refuse to wear it in public. lol. Its big and bulky and I can barely talk. ... (2 replies)
... I recieved my Nightguard from my dentist on Wednesday and I have been wearing it everynight since. I have a few questions however..... ... (6 replies)
... My dentist is suppose to be a specialist in TMJ. He never mentioned physio. He pretty much is done with me. The oral surgeon told me to ONLY wear the guard during the day IF I am in pain. ... (9 replies)
NEED HELP & ADVICE
May 13, 2004
... ys it all, the only thing they are interested in doing is surgery. Surgery done on TMJs are done far too often. Surgery for TMJ is supposed to be the last resort after everything else has been tried but surgeons don't get rich unless they do surgery. Please, avoid them at all costs. ... (5 replies)
... months, and then there may or may not be a Phase 2 to realign her bite. Since there was nothing wrong with her bite before the accident, we figured that after the disc went back into place from the splint her bite would be fine. Now I'm finding out that may not be the case... ... (6 replies)
... I think it was you who was saying that once you started wearing the night guard your bite changed and you had more inflammation, was that you? ... (2 replies)
... about. My Chiropractor clicks on both sides when he opens his mouth. He's not concerned because the tmj is straight and he opens fine, Maybe I should just get my teeth fixed and live with the clicking ..I might call Doctor Benoit's office on Monday. Maybe he can make some sense of this. ... (58 replies)
... Thank you so very much for taking the time to explain to me what your daughter has been dealing with and what the doctors have said. I have been wearing a night guard since I was 15 years old... I am now 33, and I have had 2 root canals, gum surgery and countless nightguards made to help improve my "bad bite. ... (17 replies)
... I went through several periods of teeth hitting and he would take some off and then when I did the final occlusion adjustment I was very scared but went forward.... ... (10 replies)
NTI appliance
Aug 24, 2016
... So in a nutshell that dentist told me I have to learn to deal with flare ups and gave me a rx for steroids when it does and that my bite and my guard were in correct place. ... (2 replies)
... It feels like both ears are infected. Full and by the evening they hurt. Usually I wake up with no pain. And I haven't taken any ibuprofen since the night before. ... (4 replies)




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