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TMJ Nerve Damage?
Apr 25, 2014
... the tinnitus, neck pain and temple pain, this might be due to very tight SCM muscles. Do you see a qualified TMJ Physical Therapist, or an Osteopath trained in TMJ? ... (8 replies)
TMJ Nerve Damage?
Apr 25, 2014
... e and a quiet chirping. My left ear just has a middle to low pitch whistling sound that is medium volume. I wish that these were all caused by TMJD and of course could be fixed by treatment because that is when they started. ... (8 replies)
... I've also had molds taken to see how my bite could be fixed. That was with a prosthedontist. Thankfully I didn't proceed with. ... (11 replies)

... Hey! My day was just ok thanks. Seems like no matter what, even if im not in too much pain its still a bad reminder for me constantly, like what I'm up against with trying to fix this so I don't have really good days ever, sad right. ... (22 replies)
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... will take some time so now I have to cancel my upcoming appointments. I am however going to a consultation with a chiropractor on Thursday. I initially scheduled it for the end of the month but have pushed it up because I really really need some relief. ... (22 replies)
... and the result was, that I might have sleep apnoe. After two nights in a sleep laboratory, that diagnosis has been confirmed. Your specialist could have been right, there is a connection between bruxism and sleep apnoe, which was shown by a study from Israel in 2003. ... (11 replies)
... I found out that I had TMJ about 3 years ago and in the mean time I just knew that I had fatigue and that my jaw popped. When I found out I had it I saw a specialist who gave me a splint and said my posture was out of wack. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Lisa. Here's what your TMJ specialist is probably doing. ... (7 replies)
... in one filling giving me occasional pain that just needed to be replaced. ... (8 replies)
... Hey there my tmj friends, firstly thanks for reading my post! Its kind of long but gosh i need you guys hey more than ever, i need your opinion crucially. ... (12 replies)
... f the facets are ground down. And I had really loud clicking in my jaws, and sore jaw muscles in the morning. Then I started trying the best suggestions that I could find in dozens of books, Internet postings, and also trying just about every product available. ... (0 replies)
... Northern Virginia. It's been a while since I've posted, but I am usually checking the boards about once a month to see if there is any news. I started getting TMJ symptoms in April and all summer was a nightmare. I saw so many doctors and spent so much money on MRI's etc. it was crazy. ... (2 replies)
... That is the last thing I would ever want! Well I have had an overbite my entire life. Nothing too significant to be fixed. So next time I go to the dentist just mention that I had my jaw cracking for years? ... (7 replies)
... I know originally, my first TMJ dentist wouldn't even treat my TMJ because of my original shoulder problems, but at the time, I thought it was pretty much "fixed". At least as good as it could be. ... (3 replies)
... l braces. He wants to actually close the gap where my missing molar is on the bottom row which is what I, in addition to my dentist, personally suspect caused my TMJ symptoms. On my top row, I should first mention that I only have one canine tooth, and it is a baby tooth. ... (4 replies)
... ew that I just needed to hear it one more time. After I got myself hyped up to go ahead and get braces it was disturbing to have the orthodontist tell me that I could not be helped without surgery. ... (5 replies)
... c. since feb. Look at my old posts and see what good advice i've gotten the last 3 mo. Keep reading , I've learned a heck of a lot here. Ask a million questions, be very cautious, and be careful with splint therapy. They can definitely make or break treatment. Each kind does something different. ... (6 replies)
... In retrospect, my tmj was probably with me forever, since don't remember the jaw clicking ever starting. My dentist first pointed it out to me about 6 years ago, but it didn't bother me at the time. ... (5 replies)
... I understand. Right now I am still dealing with pain but it takes time once you have pain... you have to ice it and then apply moist heat to the area and stick to soft foods until it doesn't hurt. ... (7 replies)

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