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... lower splint, and am also having functional orthodontics done at the same time. I know of someone who has been having the same type of treatment. ... (36 replies)
... I too have an open bite caused by a TMJ splint. I only touch on my back left molar. I have worse TMJ pain now. I am now trying to figure out what to do. I'm encountering that an open bite caused by splints is much more common than I thought. ... (14 replies)
... My mother has TMJ and she didn't have braces. I went through a lot of orthodontic work, and have TMJ. Whether mine was caused by the orthodontics or hereditary, unsure. I do know like others discussing this, I have never been in an accident or had other trauma to my face. ... (5 replies)

... First thing I told him was that i suspected a dislocated tmj he said no. All we have done is a x ray. I dont get any clicking. I can fit two fingers in my mouth, but it hurts pretty quick. ... (12 replies)
... A physical obstruction when trying to open their mouth wider might be caused by displaced discs as the discs can make opening feel restricted. ... (12 replies)
... The treatment which I am having is to treat TMJ dysfunction. ... (3 replies)
Is this TMJ?
Dec 9, 2010
... The popping and clicking definitely indicates a TMJ dysfunction. The clicking is usually caused by displaced discs. ... (7 replies)
Is this TMJ?
Sep 9, 2008
... I'm told eye pain is very common if you have a TMJ dysfunction problem. Its most likely caused by the one of the pterygoid muscles being in spasm and referring pain up behind the eye. This is what my PT told me. ... (3 replies)
... It could be caused by an incorrect bite and jaw position, a narrow upper dental arch, and really that can only be looked at by a dentist who uses orthodontics to treat TMJ dysfunction. ... (12 replies)
... As far as the prickling pain, I believe it's nerve pain within your joint, caused by a poor mandible position. ... (4 replies)
... the same level as the base of the brain exactly where the trigemeninal nerve exits the brain stem. Most specialists now believe the shooting pain of neuralgia is caused by a blood vessel compressing the nerve at this point and there is a surgical proceadure to separate the two with a teflon sponge. ... (3 replies)
... This is a copy of the surgery consent form. This was originally posted by Cymy Sue: The proposed surgery has been outlined for me in laymen's terms and possible complications and side effects have been discussed including ( but not limited to ): ___A.Objectionable scarring of the incision line, possibly requiring later revision. ___B.Postoperative swelling,... (5 replies)
... That is similar to my problem to, I forgot to mention my open bite. I also forgot to mention that I saw a nueromuscular dentist who confimed that my tmj was caused by the bite problems and that I would need ortho. I didn't use him for the ortho because he was so expensive. ... (4 replies)
... I am in the UK and am worried about seeking a dentist who refers to themselves as a TMJ specialist, there are numerous ones who espouse different treatment methods, all exorbitantly expensive and some involving surgery. ... (5 replies)
... My son and I are suffering horribly with TMJ that was caused by incompetent orthodontic treatment. We have just returned from seeing a world renowned specialist in the US who has agreed to treat us. ... (10 replies)
Can I Sue?
Apr 24, 2003
... I am in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and my son and I have TMJ due to incompetent orthodontics. We are planning to sue the orthodontist who caused our suffering, as well as severely damaged our teeth and jaws. ... (4 replies)
... as the repositioning of the teeth can force the jaw into an unnatural position, and force the discs within the TMJ out of position. ... (75 replies)
... Nasal surgery due to hypertrophic turbinates, caused by nerve damage from TMJD surgeries. ... (17 replies)
... You are wise to gather some information about TMJ and think things through carefully before going into treatment. ... (12 replies)
... and I am having functional orthodontics done at the same time. I am in England and having the treatment done by a dentist who is a member of the AACFP. ... (5 replies)

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