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Read About Condidition But Not Cure If You Have Trismis
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It depends: Trismus is limited opening of the lower jaw, usually due to a problem in the jaw joint such as a displaced disc or possibly due to muscle spasm. If it's excruciating, you should seek treatment. In the meantime, stay on a very soft non-chewing diet, apply moist heat, and take otc non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen or naproxen. See you local family doctor or an oral surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your dentist: Lockjaw and trismus and TMJ disorders are all different things. Lockjaw is also known as tetanus and is a serious infection. Trismus refers to difficulty or decreased openign of the jaw. This is sometimes due to muscle spasms or can be due to TMJ disorders. A dentist needs to do a thorough exam in order to diagnose the problem. ...Read more
Lots o little things: Trismus: the inability to open normally, after an oral procedure can be frustrating (after all you were trying to improve your mouth, right). Warm moist compresses, alternating cold packs, anti-inflammatories (e.g.: motrin), massage and stretching side to side can help. Before anything else consult with the provider of the procedure as the solution can be very specific to your situation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got 3 PSA injections for rct a month back nd since then im facing trismus wich is not improving..can a lycopen nd carotenoid capsule(SM Fibro) help?
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