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My Jaw Makes A Noise
TMJ disfunction: Tmj means temporomandibular joint disfunction can produced pain in the jaw , furthermore with is associated to pain in the joint and bruxism( grinding teeth at night) may produced pain and headaches and trismmus. The initial part of the TMJ dysfunction is jaw noises , i will get check it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Evaluation: You may need to have this evaluated by a dentist or ENT. Hope this helps. ...Read more
TMJ PROBLEMS: This is probably from your temporal mandibular joint also known as your TMJ. It can become inflamed and irritated and cause a snapping or popping sound while chewing. If painful make an appointment to see a dentist or other medical professional that specializes in TMJ treatments. ...Read more
Whenever i chew my food my jaw makes a cracking noise as if the jaw bones are grinding against each other , however i experience no pain. Please help?
Jaw : The TMJ will often click with chewing. If there is no pain, it may be normal. Have your dentist check for other problems. ...Read more
When I have my mouth wide open at the dentist the left hand side of my jaw makes small crunching noises is this normal?
Disc derangement: With reduction. Displacement of the disc mostly in an anterior or anteromedial position upon closing and return of the disc to a more normal position on opening characterizes disc displacement with reduction. Patients will usually experience a "click" on opening. It is normal if there is no pain or discomfort. If concerned, see orofacial pain specialist. ...Read more
My jaw sometimes makes a crackling noise on the right side of my jaw, similar to the sound of Pop Rocks candy. Weird, I know, but should I be worried?
Hello, my jaw bones make a loud noise when I chew, what is the problem, will it be fine? Any advice please I'm very worried about this and is very ann
Jaw noises: May be warning of TMJ. Do a computer search for TMJ to learn about this and do preventive procedures. ...Read more
Displaced disk: Your jaw may be locked, which means that the articular disk that joins the upper and lower jaws (maxilla and mandible, ) may be out of place. It may be displaced forward and does not allow the mandible to get back to its comfortable position and the lower teeth therefore do not come together. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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