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... Also, do look up video of and do the myofunctional exercises. They have helped me a lot with tongue posture. I find the "tongue around the world" and the "monkey face" particularly difficult and helpful. ... (18 replies)
... Since my bilateral disc derangements, my tongue has felt oddly large for my mouth and I have difficulty swallowing with a clicking sound that comes on and off in my throat. I've only had TMJ for a few months. ... (0 replies)
... I am in no pain whatsoever. No headaches, and good sleep. Interesting question. Yes I believe I did have an open bite, which was mostly caused by a thing called tongue thrust. ... (6 replies)

... A Method of restoring to normal the action of the muscle groups related to tongue function and swallowing. ... (9 replies)
... ad to use the side of my mouth toward my first molars. So the act of chewing, swallowing, biting all becomes new and different when you've been wearing a splint for so long only to have it removed. My bite did close somewhat with braces, but was never "normal" again.... ... (6 replies)
... n stressed but never in my life have I had the ear problems and facial pains I have now so these simply have to be related to the bad bite and eating on one side for so long. ... (0 replies)
Appliances
Dec 28, 2008
... I had no implants to hold front bridges and only some temps for my back teeth from my 2nd dentist that would fall off every time I opened my mouth. ... (76 replies)
Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... This is from a previous post that I thought might deserve being posted again for those new to tmj. ... (5 replies)
... DO NOT CHEW GUM! Chewing gum much of the day increases the wear and tear on the joint giving little opportunity for your jaw to recover between meals. ... (2 replies)
... DO NOT CHEW GUM! Chewing gum much of the day increases the wear and tear on the joint giving little opportunity for your jaw to recover between meals. ... (2 replies)
... DO NOT CHEW GUM! Chewing gum much of the day increases the wear and tear on the joint giving little opportunity for your jaw to recover between meals. ... (10 replies)
... but the tension and stress of not knowing what is going on with our bodies, and "clenching" our muscles all the time I know causes headaches for me. ... (8 replies)
... What was the first noticeable symptom you had that made you start looking for treatment? ... (9 replies)
LTC - how are you?
Jul 30, 2008
... when they make the lower teeth too high I feel like I am gagging or swallowing my tongue and by making the upper teeth shorter I feel like my tongue slides under them and is not guided forward but instead is allowed to go out towards the cheek side. ... (93 replies)
Implants anyone?
Dec 1, 2008
... thognathic surgery but the breakage of the jaw occurs on either side of the chin and not at the back so there is no change in bite although the more forward chin position does affect I would assume muscle function in some way. ... (5 replies)
... your tongue needs to go up and forward for both. ... (63 replies)
... as if you want to bite on food. The position where the jaw hangs and when you bite on food might not be the same !! It is, probably true in all our cases. ... (30 replies)
... open and close your mouth at a quick pace a few times. Also, with the tongue in the same place, wiggle your jaw from side to side. The tonge in this position will ensure that you do not overextend. If you have popping when doing these, make your movements smaller. If you are still popping, do not do these exercises. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for asking about me...my problems started when I had a bridge replaced about a year ago. ... (19 replies)
... Well, this is just my opinion, based on my own experience, recent and in the past, and talking to many people who have had tmjd for yrs. ... (13 replies)


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