TMJ

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Mar 31 13 Comments

Iโ€™m looking for successful use cases of how you have alleviated TMJ pain. I grind through night guards, and the pain has now escalated to my temples. Any western medicine suggestions are welcome.

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  • Ericsson / Eng rawr๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰
    Go to a proper dentist or orthodontist! Serious!! Donโ€™t try and fix it yourself. I have had issues with my jaw my entire life, wishing you the best :)
    Mar 31 4
    • Microsoft https:/
      OP
      Currently wearing an Invisalign. Itโ€™s gotten worst.
      Mar 31
    • Ericsson / Eng rawr๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰
      I used to wear Invisalign. Is your Invisalign through your dentist or ortho? If itโ€™s through a dentist, maybe try going to an ortho
      Mar 31
    • Microsoft https:/
      OP
      Ortho. Next step is going to a periodontist for gum grafting.
      Mar 31
    • Ericsson / Eng rawr๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰
      I may have to get that as well. Wishing you the best, keep your head up :)
      Mar 31
  • Microsoft Tjix30
    Botox. Find a dentist who is certified in it. It saved my life
    Mar 31 2
    • Pinterest anon$
      Botox worked for me as well; although I had to go to a specialist (reconstructive plastic surgeon) who only then really knew where to property inject in the jaw area

      Tried night guard and everything else prior to resorting to Botox and nothing helped
      Mar 31
    • Microsoft Tjix30
      Some dentists do it, it's a rarer find, but I have one in Seattle and Atlanta that do it
      Mar 31
  • Northrop Grumman / Eng HowCouldYu
    ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    Mar 31 0
  • Intel DonaldDD's
    Less anxiety?
    Apr 1 0
  • Oath xxxcd
    Last option, surgery. They cut up and reattach your jaw to align it to the right position.
    Mar 31 0
  • Google uzaname
    You might consult your doctor about beta blockers or muscle relaxants. Some people have also good results with CBD. Unfortunately underlying causes of tmj are not that easy to diagnose.
    Mar 31 0
  • Amazon Vaporeon
    Magnesium relaxes your muscles and helps prevent grinding. Try taking some supplements, also try getting a night guard
    Mar 31 0