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... It's great to read that you are on track and in good hands. I am also amazed that you seem to get real info from the specialist you are seeing. Most of the dentists I see tell me "You know too much" and then tell me to go somewhere else. ... (12 replies)
Tmj
Sep 21, 2013
... I have suffered from migraines and face pain for 21 years. No one was able to help me. I have seen every specialist under the sun. All I got was....you are fine here is some medication and it will be ok. I have taken almost every med made for this!! ... (1 replies)
... I think the people who do improve just move on. That's is why there is not much positive out there on the message boards. I did get a night guard that did wonders in addition to what I mentioned above. I also have become very aware of my triggers in terms of stress and muscle tension. I just recently have been able to chew gum again...no problem...I never thought I would chew... (7 replies)

... I am also in NJ and am looking for a TMJ dentist, but the gloomy posts about how treatment made people worse scare me! ... (7 replies)
... lifetime maximum TMJ money from my dental plan DOWN THE DRAIN. ... (10 replies)
... Anyway he also teaches about TMJ and orofacial pain to medical and dental students, and he teaches trigger point injections. ... (4 replies)
TMJ Help
Mar 4, 2013
... i have a long history i will try to keep it brief in 2007 i started having alot of problems due to a bad reaction to a medicine it caused extreme anxiety,weight loss when turned into other stomach problems fast forward a year or so and i start having bad facial bad and headache it seemed sinus related to me so thats the dr i went to since i have a history of sinus and... (9 replies)
... Did you see a TMJ specialist? ... (10 replies)
... n't feel I have covered all of my "conservative" methods, as it is very hard to find someone speciailized in TMJ. Though, the surgeon performing the surgery is a TMJ specialist at U of Penn. ... (26 replies)
... ILMD, I also have displaced discs. However, when I went to see my TMJ specialist, he didnt' seem all that concerned about disc positioning (although mine are still "reducing"--I have limited mouth opening, but not locked or anything like that. I have slight clicking noises in the left side when I open.) Plenty of people live with displaced discs. In fact, I think I read... (10 replies)
... Hello all. This is my first post, although unfortunately I am very familiar with most sites dealing with TMJ problems. I think like most here, I could write a book on my experiences so far with TMJ. ... (19 replies)
Tmj
Sep 22, 2013
... OMG!! I can't believe this...I too have seen Dr. Stein. After seeing a specialist in Clifton NJ Dr. Vita, WHAT A WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY!!!!! Dr. Vita had me see "his specialists" to adjust my atlas and adjust my back.. ... (1 replies)
Appliances
Jan 7, 2009
... TL, when you say, a tmj specialist is this a prosthodontist, orthodontist? ... (76 replies)
Tmj face numbness
Nov 22, 2009
... I posted a post a few weeks back about this exact symptom. I have been having alot of numbness from my TMJ spasms. ... (6 replies)
... leaning towards crossing Dr. Gelb off the list so far based on what I've read on the board, unless you think I should still consider him for my relatively "mild" TMJ problem. For the others I'll see if they are covered under my medical insurance. ... (6 replies)
GOOD NEWS!!!!!!!
Mar 6, 2003
... My PT is in Medford NJ and works alot with TMJ patients. Last night was only my second visit. He massaged the muscles, worked with the jaw a little bit while using ultrasound. ... (8 replies)
... Hi NJ! The best info I have been able to find is that wisdom teeth have nothing to do with TMJ. If you are seeing a dentist who suggests removing them to treat your TMJ, run, don't walk to some other specialist! I personally recommend a dental surgeon trained in orofacial pain: they are often associated with pain clinics. Rarely will they recommend surgery. Hope you feel... (3 replies)
... imal and livable. You are so wise to refuse surgery. So many dentists, orthodontists are referring people for surgery and my experience with surgery has been one TMJ surgery leads to another. I did the same thing, I absolutely refused surgery regardless. ... (10 replies)
... I know how you all feel. I am going through the same thing. Oral surgeon, dentist, TMJ specialist, doctor, in network, out of networkk, TMJ coverage (or lack of). It's nuts. Everyone has a different opinion and a different approach. One thing I know from past experience is that the first course of treatment is usually splint therapy along with maybe some other physical... (19 replies)
... but I know of a very good TMJ specialist in Ridgewood NJ. Not sure if I am able to recommend here but I listed his name under the good doctors thread. ... (2 replies)


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