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Is tmj hereditary?
Apr 26, 2008
... still not exactly the same though. Genes mya leave us predisposed to tmj due to structural developent patterns but then the dentistry each receives may be different. ... (1 replies)
Is tmj hereditary?
Apr 26, 2008
... i've recently found out, after a family gathering, that my brother and sister both have problems with there jaw only it doesn't seem to affect them in the same way as is it affects me. can jaw problems by hereditary? and if so then why doesn't it seem to affect my brother and sister in the same way? thanks, kris (1 replies)
Is this TMJ?
Apr 23, 2005
... In my opinion, tmj can not be hereditary. "tmj" is a dislocation of the joints. But if your parents have abnormal growth of the joints, then it may be hereditary. ... (7 replies)

... only the implantologist seemed concerned with tmj in doing the implants and then bridges. ... (5 replies)
... Hello there everyone. I have a MAJOR TMJ problem. Everytime I open my mouth wide enough, My jaw totally pops out and veers to the left. ... (2 replies)
... One dr told me almost all people have a very mild form of tmj and the body corrects it or deals with it naturally. ... (2 replies)
Is this TMJ?
Apr 21, 2005
... My mother has TMJ so I'm wondering, is it hereditary? ... (7 replies)
Clenching or TMJ?
Jul 22, 2011
... I am very new to TMJ disorders and am not sure if this is even the direction that I should be going in? ... (8 replies)
TMJ Symptoms
Feb 6, 2011
... have nothing to lose by seeking another opinion. If you've had traditional orthodontics done, extractions, an accident like a whiplash car accident, hereditary tmj in your family, etc....all of this can cause things to spiral out of control. I am in NM treatment myself, and I've had tmj for over 20yrs. ... (2 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. ... (5 replies)
... Try searching under joint diseases - there are many forms of arthritis and related conditions and many are hereditary. If you are seeing this occur primarily with joints and boney structure it could also be related to bone density issues or conditions that in some way affect your body's ability to produce certain chemicals/hormones or absorb/process certain nutrients. (3 replies)
... an hour to have a TMJ massage therapist help keep me out of pain. I don't know how long I can afford to do that. ... (9 replies)
... ch tv with the closed caption set on and watch people's mouths when they spoke so I could "hear" better. I had another hearing test done about 6 months after the tmj started and again everything was normal. ... (6 replies)
... I have to put my 2 cents in here.. Children can absolutely have a predisposition to tmjd. It is absolutely hereditary, and my 9 yr. old daughter is proof. My tmj specialist is a functional jaw ortho along with a sleep apnea specialist, and belongs to the American academy of cranio and orofacial pain associations. ... (6 replies)
Pain Medication
Feb 22, 2002
... tendons pressing on it from the tmj and he said yes. ... (30 replies)
... What diagnostic tests have you had of the TMJ joints? ... (7 replies)
Thank You
Dec 16, 2004
... t and they can eat practically anything. I do have all my teeth and I went to so many dentists and they all say my bite is normal and I still have tmj. Each tmj case is unique to the individual and just because one may not have any teeth doesn't mean they will develop or have tmj. ... (6 replies)
... So back to the tmj doc who then sent me for physical therapy which I am still doing. I have also been getting cranial sacral massages and have been to the chiro. ... (7 replies)
Aug 17, 2003
... This is amazing because several types of arthritis runs in my family and I've read there is a hereditary factor involved. ... (24 replies)
... he "primary" cause. The second neurologist felt it was hereditary. Well, NO one in my family either side has migraines. None of my siblings either. I went to the tmj specialists and as soon as I wore the guard for the first week, it cut my headaches and severity in half. The doc told me with tmj, the muscles squeeze the euch. ... (8 replies)

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