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Weak Jaw Symptoms
What can cause lymph node swelling on left side of neck and jaw line? No other symptoms other than some mild weakness. Is this concerning?
Many possible causes: There are many possible causes for a lump at that location, so i would recommend a thorough evaluation by your physician. Possible causes include swollen lymph nodes, benign skin cysts, salivary gland swelling, congenital cysts, or rare tumors. Factors such as location, size, and duration make some of these more or less likely. Lymph node swelling is very common in response to local infection. ...Read more
Experiencing muscle weakness/cramps /Aches in jaw, arms, shoulders, legs (both sides) 6 days and no other symptoms what could this be?
I feel weak and fatigued and have a sore throat. I also have swelling just below my jaw (under my ear). Are these symptoms of mono?
Could be: Could be mpno, or URI, or other things. If symptoms have been present for more than a week, see your MD. ...Read more
Is it possible to have my whole jaw built up in a chin augmentation? My chin and jaw are both very small and weak--can both be built up at the same time when i get chin augmentation?
There : There are many different types of lower jaw implants available. There are extended anatomic shaped chin implants that can give a more squared appearance of the chin region. If the sides of the jawline are weak as well, there are implants that can be placed in this region as well (gonial angle). You may be a better candidate for mandibular advancement surgery in which the bone of the mandible is advanced forward. Consult a plastic surgeon or oral surgeon experienced in these procedures. Best of luck to you. www.natureredefined.com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My jaw has been locked for 58 hours! I cannot eat drink or take medications! I feel so weak everything hurts! Will I be okay, what do I do?
What plastic surgery is best to correct a weak jaw line, I am young and not fat, but I have no jaw contours.
Implants/fillers: A small mandible (jaw bone) can be safely and permanently treated with chin and angle of jaw implants. Chin is by far the most common and very satisfying to my patients. Some patients like to "try it on" and fillers (juvederm and radiesse) are great temporary solution. I prefer to utilize computer imaging prior to any treatment to allow my patients to visualize realistic goals before committing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers