Can someone who has had TMJ arthroscopy surgery feel misaligned in his teeth afterwards?

Yes. A slight amount of fluid may be present in the joint and cause the bite to feel off. This usually subsides after a week or so. Teeth should not really shift after arthroscopic surgery.
Bite seats the joint. The joint is fully seated when you bite your teeth together. If the bite is off the joint position will be compromise. If you feel your bite is off it probably is and you need to find the best relationship for your jaw and jaw joint and then maintain a stable position by completing treatment to a stable relationship.
Yes. Yes, especially early when there is still swelling within the joint. Should settle down. Ask your TMJ surgeon.
Yes. I assume you're referring to arthoscopic surgery of the tmj. For a simple arthrocentesis, no change in the bite would be expected. However, a surgery that alters the articular surfaces of the mandibular condyle, glenoid fossa, or joint disc would effectively alter the angle at which the teeth come together, and could necessitate adjustment of your tooth contours to refine your bite (occlusion).

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Has anyone who has had TMJ arthroscopy surgery feel misalignment?

Yes. Tmj surgery can result in some temporary feeling of malocclusion. This is usually do to some fluid inside of the joint space. With time, this will resolve and your bite will feel normal. Read more...
Inflammation. Arthroscopic surgery is minimally invasive, but it is still surgery. Inflammation is a normal body response to the trauma of any surgery. The alignment of your teeth will be thrown off by the inflammation in the tm joints. May take 30-60 days or more to resolve. Your bite alignment should resolve as the inflammation decreases, but your dentist may need to make some adjustments. Read more...

Tmj arthroscopy surgery possible?

Yes. Tmj arthroscopy is possible in the hands of a trained and skilled surgeon. Debate continues as to the long term success of such surgery versus other similar procedures, so make sure to discuss all options with your surgeon. Read more...
Very risky. This type of surgery is possible, but it's long term success or benefitis unclear. These are very demanding, highly invasive procedures, that are aimed at fixing damage. But without identifying and managing how those structures became damaged, the opportunity for long term success is limited. I prefer to exhaust all non invasive options first. Read more...

I am having TMJ arthroscopy done soon will my mouth be wired?

No. Tmj arthroscopy is a simple, outpatient procedure done under general anesthesia. It does not require wiring the mouth shut. Read more...
No, but Why? Arthroscopy is a form of lavage for a joint. Most times this means there is a problem inside the joint. You need to know why the joint is compromised as flushing out the joint will not be effective if something else is causing the joint problems. Find the cause. Treat the cause. Don't treat the symptoms or the effects. Read more...
No. No. The opposite. The surgeon will want to keep your jaw mobilized after surgery. Read more...