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Doctor insights on: Jaw Bone Inflammation

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What are the causes of jaw bone pain?

What are the causes of jaw bone pain?

Tooth: Or nerve problem. More likely one causing the problem in another. See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

Inflammation (Definition)

Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more


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Why is my jaw bone protruding so much?

Why is my jaw bone protruding so much?

Where?: What part of jawbone? Nothing should be changing at your age. see an oral surgeon for assessment. ...Read more

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Will jaw bone deteriorate if you extract 2nd bottom molar?

Will jaw bone deteriorate if you extract 2nd bottom molar?

Loss of teeth: Tends to cause loss of surrounding bone over time. The extent and rate varies greatly from individual to individual and also depends upon the location. That's just one of the reasons why it's generally very important to replace missing teeth. Some teeth are more important to replace than others. Discuss this issue with your own dentist. ...Read more

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Pain under left jaw bone near where you check pulse what could it be appeared out of nowhere 2 days ago ?

Neck pain: The area you feel the pulse is I the neck, so I assume the pain is in the neck, the structures in that area are blood vessels, muscle, lymph glands and nerves. Pain could be from any one of this. Pain from the neck joints/spines need to be considered also ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with marble bone disease in my jaw bone..the pain is excruciating. .what can I do to ease the pain?

Supportive care: Osteopetrosis (so called marble bone disease) inherited either recessive or dominant.Dense sclerotic bones.Osteopet. tarda later in life and usually asymptomatic.Arthritis and fractures can occur.Congenital forms, lethal requiring bone marrow transplants and some forms in children less severe with partial bone involvement.Treatment of tarda forms supportive.May need imaging to define fracture. ...Read more

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I'm 20. My cortical jaw bone has a noticable and sudden shrinkage. What might cause this? Any answer will help. Even a crazy one. Please?

I'm 20. My cortical jaw bone has a noticable and sudden shrinkage. What might cause this? Any answer will help. Even a crazy one. Please?

Bone changes slowly: Bone cannot suddenly shrink nor suddenly grow. That means one must sit back, gather the last 5 years of candid snapshots, and study them for a while... to figure out what would make a person perceive his jaw bone got smaller. It may be that something else got bigger, thus making the bone look smaller. Then, an appointment with an ENT doctor will help (bring the best series of snapshots along). ...Read more

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How do you know if you break or you have broken your lower jaw bone? What are the clues that you break it? What are the clues you have broken it?

Broken Jaw: The feeling that your teeth don't fit together properly or that your bite is "off" . The limited opening of your mouth. Pain and numbness. The final diagnosis is confirmed by panoramic X-ray or CT. ...Read more

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If you press your lower jaw bone (under your lower jaw bone you press up) hard enough to hurt, does it mean you broke the bone? Please be specific.

If you press your lower jaw bone (under your lower jaw bone you press up) hard enough to hurt, does it mean you broke the bone? Please be specific.

Not necessarily: It usually takes a very significant blow to break the mandible (jaw bone). Tenderness on that bone when you push on it does not prove you broke it. Signs of a broken mandible include a "mis-fitting" of the teeth after the trauma which causes the fracture. ...Read more

Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more