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... for the last 2 of those yars, I have added grinding. And it's not just a nighttime thing, it's all day long. I do it and don't realize I do it until my teeth are just flat out numb. I've read a few of the posts and realize that I share a lot of the same symptoms... ... (10 replies)
... but check that your dentist is upfront about this because mine was not and that's why my teeth were cut very imprecisely. ... (8 replies)
... If you're having issues with your neck muscles on the same side as the jaw tightness, then maybe your neck is the culprit. The jaw and neck muscles work together so when one system is out of whack it effects the other. ... (7 replies)

... It sounds like a disc slipped or is displaced. Has he taken a tomogram to see how the discs are and where they are positioned? ... (6 replies)
... my lower splint and physical therapy. At this moment in time I feel that I've had close to no progress with my condition. ... (17 replies)
... I'm 25 and I've been suffering from severe TMJ symptoms for about two years now. ... (5 replies)
My Story
Dec 11, 2006
... can definitely relate to the head fullness and pain mine isn't a headache but a tingling sharp pain for a few seconds in the temple area ,i all so have bad neck and shoulder pain ear fullness popping of the jaw ,the pain has eased in the jaw since i have had my bite guard from the dentist . ... (4 replies)
... My jaw got injured by a dentist who was removing a wisdom tooth 6 months ago, and I've had problems ever since. After the injury, I noticed one side of my face looked like it was puffy yet droopy somehow...not extreme but definitely lopsided. ... (5 replies)
Surgery?
Nov 24, 2004
... would alleviate my left TMJD popping, pain etc, is now pushing for arthroscopic surgery in my left TMJ. He says he'll "clean up" the joint and make it smooth. OK, if it will work and alleviate this constant pain, I'm for it. ... (8 replies)
... t I have heard of some who's were recaptured through splint therapy. I had a thought, perhaps if your dentist or whoever you see uses the code of MPD rather than TMJ your insurance might be more willing to cover the expenses or at least some of them. ... (3 replies)
... up. My diet has been terrible and i have some hormonal issues from a complete hysterectomy 19 months ago. For noe, I am going to hang in there. I am opening at 53. ... (7 replies)
... If you are still in pain.. and hearing the clicking nosies ..You have problems. ... (7 replies)
... along with the increase in facial pain, the popping and clicking increased, too. ... (4 replies)
... me from seeing a maxillo facial pain specialist and feeling a bit more optimistic, we went higher up into the mountains and suddenly I registered I couldn't hear and then I had pain in my ears, we went down slowly and the pain went but after that both ears felt full of fluid somehow and were ringing. ... (1 replies)
... scans and dopplers on my carotids. It was muscular and went away completely after a few months of Massage Therapy. ... (18 replies)
... My story is rediculously long LOL! To make it short after 3 ENT, 1 Gastroenterologist, 1 dentist who told me I was a clencher, 2 endodontist, and 2 oral sugeons I am so frustrated and in pain I want to scream. ... (2 replies)
... My third surgery was to take out the disc. The first surgery was to put the disc back in place which was stupid as I wasn't in a lock, only popping and pain. The second surgery was to remove scar tissue, I had lost my opening. ... (9 replies)
... it was the best thing I ever had done , yes it is costly but if the wright doctor does it , yes I had it done , I had splints, elastics, braces, headgear , shots in my jaw joints , was a long hall but after my treatment was done and the braces came off wow very happy (19 replies)
... Ok guys here it goes... I've done traditional therapies like a flat splint that a "TMJ Specialist" made for me, massages, steroids, chiropractors, and neurologists. ... (19 replies)
Appliance Fitting
Jan 23, 2009
... LTC, I assume they didn't cause any pain when they moved your jaw up and down, neither they pushed it to the back. I am sure you'd mention it here if it would be painful. ... (80 replies)




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