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... If the pain is triggered by biting then there is a causal link with your jaw which can 'refer' pain to different areas. ... (2 replies)
... The alcohol probably helps to relax the muscles in your head that you are tightening up. Believe me, I know what you are talking about. ... (8 replies)
Coping
Sep 20, 2009
... minutes, 4 times daily. Ice should only be applied to the painful area until numbness is experienced. Heat or ice can reduce joint or muscle pain and relax the muscles. For acute injuries cold is recommended. ... (5 replies)

... minutes, 4 times daily. Ice should only be applied to the painful area until numbness is experienced. Heat or ice can reduce joint or muscle pain and relax the muscles. For acute injuries cold is recommended. ... (2 replies)
... minutes, 4 times daily. Ice should only be applied to the painful area until numbness is experienced. Heat or ice can reduce joint or muscle pain and relax the muscles. For acute injuries cold is recommended. ... (2 replies)
... minutes, 4 times daily. Ice should only be applied to the painful area until numbness is experienced. Heat or ice can reduce joint or muscle pain and relax the muscles. For acute injuries cold is recommended. ... (10 replies)
... sometimes that bring patients to limit amount of need for obvious reasons, WE do not take heavy machine to rooms all day, which also requires extensive furniture moving , then put back and then push machine back... ... (13 replies)
... o me, but it was from bad orthodontic work. You need to find a good tmj specialist in your area. Post where you live, and look on the good tmj doc. thread at the top of this page. Maybe someone can refer you. ... (4 replies)
... Anyway, the splint you are wearing is moving the alignment of the condyle in the joint space, either front, back, up, down, or rotating it. You won't be able to tell now after only six weeks. ... (7 replies)
... That is a very good question and hopefully some people with experience going through the same type of treatment will respond I'm at a cross road right now of deciding where to go next- after 7 months of working with a dentist with "TMJ training" I have went a little backwards and he says he has done all he can do for me I have 3 appointments with different people in the... (2 replies)
... It literally saved my life and my ears symptoms had been manageable until a year ago when a different form of tinnitus started emerging on top of my current form, sore teeth, headaches, etc. Just thought I could wait it out and power through. ... (2 replies)
... like burning sensation around my mouth, dry mouth, perceived tongue pain to where it never felt comfortable resting anywhere in my mouth, and sometimes the worst of all...tension headaches. Feels like my head is between a vice. ... (6 replies)
... o get me through each day, then suffer privately. I am 35 now, and the past 3 years have become increasingly difficult. I can hardly stand talking, because the pain gets so severe. ... (5 replies)
... exam, he pushed on pressure points all over my head, neck, face, shoulders and gums to see where I felt pain, and to what level. There were certain places at the top of my head and down my back that I felt no pain, and then one or two inches above or below those, felt pain. ... (9 replies)
LTC - how are you?
Aug 19, 2008
... ist now doesn't want to make new dentures till I'm pain free due to the head bones and that, and they shook their heads and said if I wear unbalanced dentures my head bones will never be balanced and its the teeth that balance the headbones. ... (93 replies)
... In my case, pain is not the issue. The issue is the potentially deteriorated synovium that surounds the joint. ... (5 replies)
... surgery or anything. Many just start using the splint again if they start hurting again or during an especially stressful time. If they start having lots of pain again and each time they quit using the splint it comes back, that is when he would probably suggest changing the bite. ... (36 replies)




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