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Clicking Teeth In Sleep
Clicking at top of jaw under ears, i can move my jaw and crack it a lot, ringing in ears, pain under ears, headaches, grinding teeth at night-this tmj?
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Can dental work like bonding and grinding of rigged teeth cause tmj, sleep apnea, problems with epiglottis, tongue enlargement, suffocation?
Bonding: And other dental work can sometimes create a slight malocclusion, which can lead to TMJ symptoms in predisposed individuals. All of the other symptoms you mentioned have absolutely no cause & effect relationship with dental bonding and enamaloplasty of teeth - outside of an acute allergic reaction to something used during treatment. Have those other issues worked up by internist & sleep med doc. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Night guard: Is the most effective appliance for tmj. Intraoral occlusal appliance therapy may offer a noninvasive adjunctive method of managing teeth grinding. It is designed to provide a stable occlusal posture by creating contacts between the occlusal surface of the appliance and opposing teeth. Rec.: see a dentist for thorough evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: There is not a definitive link in the literature yet, but many parents have reported this to me as well for kids undergoing expansion. Snoring is adolescents often is induced by a constricted upper airway via swelling of the adenoids and/or reduced nasal space. Palatal expansion indirectly affects the airway and could improve the issue. I would also have an ENT evaluation for your child. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Jaw clicking popping, occasionally teeth don't align and painful. Pain travels lower angle of jaw into chin. Sharp pain throughout day. TMJ disorder?
Why does my jaw and teeth clench? Always feel jolted awake during day naps. Feel blood pulsing in face and jaw comes together in naps. Teeth grinded
Multiple factos: Bruxism(grinding/clenching) is a very complicated symptom that a lot of people deal with. The most common excuse for bruxing is stress related, however recent studies have linked clenching and grinding with sleep apnea. You could be clenching because you are not getting enough air while sleeping. You can have different splints made to help with the grinding and pain while sleeping. See a specialis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ear itchiness, teeth grinding per dentist, swooshing noise in left ear. Worse w movement. Subtle and not effecting hearing on and off x 1 year
Mouth guard?: Has your dentist prescribe a mouth-guard for you? If not ,this should be considered since TMD problem can cause all the symptoms described except for the itchy ears . ...Read more
Can teeth extracted in teens cause nerve damage in 40s? Teeth surrounding extracted teeth on one side throb/ache periodically, worse during migraine.
It is not possible: This is a facial migraine. Unfortunately, because of a lack of knowledge about facial migraine, many patients are seen by a number of clinicians before being diagnosed with the problem. They often undergo dental treatments such as endodontic therapy, apicoectomy and even extraction in a vain attempt to relieve the pain. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Vertigo spell from clenching teeth/leaning on hand at desk. As soon as I change position of jaw or remove hand the vertigo resolves. TMJ? Jaw pops sum
Displacement: You may have some joint dysfunction. Vertigo associated with TMD is not uncommon. 2 suggestions: 1) See your Dentist to evaluate your joints and your occlusion. Orthodontic and/or Oral Surgical consultations may be in order, and 2) Stop leaning on your hand. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
pain in one side of jaw, can't fully bite down, having trouble chewing and it feels like teeth aren't lined up. TMJ? Tx?
Displaced disc?: The jaw joints have a disc that normally sits o the top of the condyle. It moves with the jaw. When the joint becomes damaged, it can move independently, and may slide partly out of position, If it is unable to move back where it belongs, when you try to close your teeth, it is in the way. So the teeth cannot touch, but you put pressure on the disc. That explains law pain and teeth being apart ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My tooth is loose, believed caused by clenching jaw at night. I wear a retainer at night. Any solutions,advice?
Tightness in jaw, clicking when I open my mouth, right side of face, teeth, jaw, have intense pain randomly throughout year. This is TMJ not sinusitis?
You are correct: It appears you have problems with your TMJ. You may be clenching, grinding, or your bite may be off. Your best is to be examined by your local dentist to determine what might exactly be causing your problem. Once that is determined, the proper therapy can be started. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Signs of wear: Night grinding or bruxism can be seen in the wear patterns on the back teeth (molars). The dentist will observe flat areas on the teeth that normally are ridges. Patients usually report sore jaws or muscles in the morning and their partners note noisy grinding during sleep. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can impacted wisdom teeth cause discomfort in other teeth/gums.Inflamed not infected.Feels like my bite is off. Clench teeth at night sometimes?
Definitely, yes: Sometimes wisdom teeth are valuable asset when healthy and properly aligned, but more often, they are misaligned, cause discomfort in other teeth, painful and require removal. The removal of wisdom teeth is one of the most common procedures. See a dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment if needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can biting down clenching chewing TMJ cause premolars molars except last to turn and lean inwards. Avoid use front teeth because bonding.Roots anglein?
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