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... have really gotten awful in the past few months. Thankfully, I have a caring doctor to prescribe pain meds, but I don't have anyone who understands how to treat TMJ and get rid of it. ... (1 replies)
... There are no simple cures for TMJ, plain and simple. It's been my experience that once a person has TMJ they are never perfect again. ... (4 replies)
... My TMJ issues started 27 years ago as a result of a brutal beating. Back then the treatment of TMJ was in its infancy. ... (20 replies)

TMJ - Need help!
Jan 28, 2007
... In that time I saw a neurologist, 3 oral surgeons, a tmj specialist, orthopedic, 2 spinal surgeons, pain mgmt. ... (3 replies)
... Ok people...I was blessed with TMJ following the removal of my wisdom teeth in March 2003. ... (4 replies)
... I'm so sorry about your TMJ symptoms and the blow to the face. I also began having TMJ problems after I was assaulted, beaten about the back of the head. My attack happened in the early 1980's. ... (1 replies)
TMJ face change
Nov 21, 2009
... bite plates can be very helpful. However it does depend on the direction the disc is displaced and the extent to which it is displaced. ... (97 replies)
... Having my wisdom teeth out 15 years ago is what started all of my TMJ dysfunction and pain. The doc doing the surgery stretched my jaw beyond what it could go and so started my problems. ... (4 replies)
Do I have TMJ?
Jul 2, 2010
... they may make the situation worse. They are not custom made, like an orthodic should be. Even though they are molded to your bite after boiling them, etc...they are merely just protecting the teeth from bruxism, not helping the muscles or joints at all. ... (5 replies)
... You need to probably get another consult with a tmj specialist. ... (1 replies)
... I've tried numerous bite plates and the kind you're describing did NOT work for me. ... (3 replies)
... If anyone else has this what can I do to relieve the pressure. Pain relievers don't help.I can't wear bite plates as I'm allergic to the plastic. ... (3 replies)
... To have TMJ you must have pain in at least some of the muscles of the face, sides of the head, neck and shoulders. ... (11 replies)
... t use it. Myofascial is too technical, so we will just call it TMJ here. To have TMJ you must have pain in at least some of the muscles of the face, sides of the head, neck and shoulders. ... (11 replies)
... thanks so much for this info. it does make sense that tmj would cause all this shifting of things. ... (4 replies)
Those with pain
Dec 6, 2002
... Please get that LOWER bite plate. ... (4 replies)
... Unfortunately I sustained damage to my TMJ from a serious assault. I was assaulted in 1983 and joint replacements were not being done then, so that wasn't even an option. ... (251 replies)
... it could actually be due to the cranial plates or sutures shifting. ... (4 replies)
... These schools can be a great source of help in managing TMJ Dysfunction. ... (21 replies)
... I Can Tell You A Ton Just On My Experience Alone. I Can Scare The Hell Out Of You, But I Can Also Give You Alot Of Good Tips And Tricks On Surrviving Tmj. Your Tmj Dosen't Sound To Bad Yet But My First And Probably Most Important Tip I Cant Give You Is Get It Under Control As Fast As You Can! ... (5 replies)

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