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... What type Doctor do some of you see for your TMJ treatment? ... (4 replies)
... I'm curious as to what type of doctor you see for tmj. I was advised last week by my ent doctor to go see a tmj specialists because I have classic syptoms of tmj. But i'm not sure who to go to. Also can anyone tell me what is it they do for tmj? ... (6 replies)
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Aug 6, 2006
... I think for a problem with the actual tm joint you may need to see an oral surgeon or a dmd specializing in cranio facial disorders. For tmj symptoms resulting from grinding, clenching, deviated yawns, malocclusion, etc. ... (1 replies)

... Your car accident could very well have caused your TMJ issues particularly if you hadn't any problems before then. Did you have any type of whiplash injury? ... (4 replies)
... I'm so sorry about your TMJ symptoms and the blow to the face. I also began having TMJ problems after I was assaulted, beaten about the back of the head. My attack happened in the early 1980's. ... (1 replies)
... TMJD. I always knew others had it, but to read real life stories mirroring the same things I have been dealing with for the past NINE have all of you, I can truly say I have been brought to tears...of happiness to find you all here! ... (15 replies)
... Depending on where you live, your medical insurance may be the insurance that will cover you anyways. My medical insurance is what has covered all my treatment for my TMJ. My dental has not paid for any of it. It is considered an medical problem as opposed to a dental problem. ... (5 replies)
... I want to have a MRI of my joints, but my TMJ dentist says it does not help. I need to find a doctor who can order and read a TMJ MRI. What type of doctor ordered yours? ... (6 replies)
... per visit, but I plan to make it work for several weeks. They had already received the report from the TMJ doctor and had authorization from insurance. ... (31 replies)
... the nerves are very close to the ear so it could some type irritation in the ear that results in the dizziness. I know other people here have complained of dizziness as a symptom of their TMJ. ... (18 replies)
... I have fibromyalgia and TMJ usually comes along with it, so I have had a lot of fatigue with my flare this time around. Do you have any neuromuscular issues that may cause you fatigue? ... (7 replies)
... My first symptom was a "stuffy" ear that wouldn't pop. It stayed that way for over a year before I found treatment and it gradually got better. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there! I am so thrilled to have found this board. I am 38 years old and I have for the last year had headaches, shoulder and next pain and 6 months ago started to see a chiopractor. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Rachel, I'm glad you found us...this board is very helpful. First of all, I have a few questions for you. What types of symptoms are you having? ... (8 replies)
... Hello Everyone, I am experiencing a severe flare up in all of my TMJ symptoms and would greatly appreciate any help. I have not posted on this site, though I have been a member for a long time. ... (6 replies)
... I have several questions about treatment for TMJ. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks you for your information Amanda. I wish I could find things as you said saying TMJ can cause Meige syndrome Dystonia. I have to be careful on how I ask things here because links are against the law here and get suspended. ... (15 replies)
... I have been away from the board for quite some time this summer. I have been busy with other things surch as gardening and sewing. I also got to visit New Orleans early this summer. ... (8 replies)
... I have not seen an update from you on the 'journey of insurance'. Being in this type of pain adds to the stress you incur in receiving the treatment you deserve. ... (13 replies)
... internet as I haven't heard of it before. It's a form of dystonia, like blepherospasm. I have read that forms of dystonia can be due to the TMJ, as the incorrect TMJ position impinges on cranial nerves, and some dentists have reported improvement of dystonia type of symptoms with the use of an oral splint. ... (15 replies)

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