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Jaw Bone Is Swollen
I just came back from the dentist today, he said my jaw bone is swollen and my jaw is not straight, what does that mean?
Need more info: A swollen jaw can obviously produce an asymmetrical appearance of the face and jaws. More additional information is needed to determine if your swelling is a soft tissue problem or a hard tissue problem related to an abnormality in your jaw producing the asymmetry. Treatment will depend upon the correct diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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
Under right jaw bone, feels swollen. Pain when touched, but none when i talk or swallow. Happening on & off for 2 months. I have tmj... Related or not?
Your symptoms: What you describe is unlikely related to any tmd\tmjoint problem. It may be a chronic infection related to a tooth or periodontal problem, a tender lymph node, or an inflammation, infection or blockage of salivary gland. This should be checked out by your general dentist or an oral surgeon. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Its been 3 days since wisdom tooth removal andmy jaw bone is swollen and painful...Could I have a fractured jaw bone?
Is it possible to have cancer with pth of 108 the level is rising now lymphnodes in my neck n under jaw, r collar bone swollen very lil flow on dopp?
Swollen node on jaw bone for months with large "pimple" appearing next to it recently then node turned into large "pimple"? Normal?
I have a swollen, hard lump under my jaw (like right in the curve of my jaw bone in my chin). What could it be?
Extreme trama to a jaw bone with TMJ disorder, bone is swollen and hurts extremely bad to chew or eat or talk .?
What do you suggest if my dad have two large swollen cervical lymph nodes under the jaw bone about 3cm large. is this serious?
Find the reason: If you indeed have swollen glands under the jaw you have a nidus of low grade infection which is causing this. This cazn be dental, sinus problems, acne or many other problems. If they have been present for a long period of time you should have them checked by you local MD. While usually due to above in rare cases they can be a sign of a more severe problem. ...Read more
Usually some: type of infection, in mouth, gums, salivary gland, mononcucleosis, tuberculosis, etc.. Less commonly, disorders of the lymphatic system, such as lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease, sarcoidosis. Even less commonly, metastatic cancer from thyroid, lung, breast, etc. If it persists, you should get a medical evaluation. ...Read more
My father have two large swollen cervical lymph nodes under the jaw bone about 3cm large. is this dangerous?
I have a swollen cheek /jaw bone I took a Benadryl (diphenhydramine) around 1:15 pm and I just took a Claritin at 4:35 Is that okay?? Or safe??
Could use your help docs! my father have two large swollen cervical lymph nodes under the jaw bone about 3cm large. Is this serious?
2 large swollen node: 2 large swollen cervical lymph nodes is serious and could be an infection or even cancerous. He needs to be seen medically right away. ...Read more
Right by my jaw bone in the left hurts. If I turn my head to look, it feels like there's a lump and it hurts. I don't have swollen lymph nodes. ?
Pain: see a dentist and if o.k see a ENT specialist. ...Read more
Hi my cheek has swollen from the jaw bone up to underneath my eye and have a headache my cheek is not causeing me pain it feels hot and feels tender?
Needs to be checked: I suggest you don't waste any time and get it checked by your GP or Dentist/Oral Surgeon You most probabely have infection in the cheek and may be originating from the teeth or gums.After evaluation you may need Antibiotics and follow up.You may need Xrays and/or Cat Scan as well to make a proper diagnosis if needed ...Read more
Cant open normally my mouth after a deep cleaning a week ago, the anesthesia touched a vein, the swollen is gone but pain in jaw bone still there help!
See below: The human body really does not appreciate having a needle pushed through it. Frequently there is local inflammation or aching where the needle went in. Also your jaw was propped open during surgery, this is not normal and some of the muscles might object. This should get better over the next few hours to days. Nsaids should help. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Woke up with a really swollen cheek with pain at the back by my jaw, and lower jaw bone pain, no toothache or gum tenderness, pain when i open to eat?
You need to be seen: Go see your dentist or ask for a referral to an endodontist or oral surgeon. The onset of swelling is suggestive of infection, and pain with opening might mean the infection has spread to the jaw joint space. Leaving it alone could result in progression that becomes serious quite quickly. If it is a tooth problem, your dentist can help point you in the right direction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have extremely itchy ears, that spread to neck & face. I have a swollen gland/lump beside the jaw bone (right under my earlobe). What can this be?
Possible allergy: If you wear earrings and have this rash you may be allergic to the nickel in the earrings. See a dermatologist or your general doctor who can prescribe a cortisone cream and stop wearing the earrings till the rash has gone away. You may want to go have patch testing done at a dermatologist office to see if you are allergic to nickel. There are earrings made of titanium is rare to be allergic to. ...Read more
See Your Dentist: Unfortunately you need to see your dentist so that they can take a radiograph (xray) and do an examination to determine why your glands are swollen. Typically, if a lower tooth has a large cavity, your glands can swell due to the fact that they are filterin bacteria from that part fo the face. Fortunately, your dentist can make the right diagnosis and take care of the problem. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers