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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - My jaw clicks. Should I worry about this?
    and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia My jaw clicks Should I worry about this In general NO is the answer Jaw clicking is common in the general population It is estimated that 30 50 of the population have a clicking jaw Many people will have a longstanding jaw click for many years No treatment is necessary unless the click changes becomes louder or more frequent or if it

    Original URL path: http://www.jawpain.ie/index.php/faq/11-my-jaw-clicks (2015-10-30)
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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - I have been fitted with a jaw splint, but my symptoms are worsening?
    have been fitted with a jaw splint but my symptoms are worsening There are numerous splint designs and certainly they can aggravate not only the TMJ but can also change the bite occlusion It is universally accepted that all treatments should be conservative and there is no need to change ones bite to correct a TMJ problem It is imperative that jaw splint therapy should not be used in isolation

    Original URL path: http://www.jawpain.ie/index.php/faq/12-jaw-splint (2015-10-30)
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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - I had a MRI of my TMJs. I was told that the cartilage in my jaw joints has ‘slipped’ out of place. What is the significance of this?
    had a MRI of my TMJs I was told that the cartilage in my jaw joints has slipped out of place What is the significance of this This is not an uncommon scenario and if it is not accompanied by clinical symptoms such as pain or limited jaw movement it may not be a problem Many people have this precise clinical finding when a MRI is obtained of their TMJ

    Original URL path: http://www.jawpain.ie/index.php/faq/13-mri-of-my-tmjs (2015-10-30)
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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - What are the indications for TMJ treatment?
    causes TMJ Disorders How do you diagnose TMJ Disorders How are TMJ Disorders treated Bruxism Grinding and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia What are the indications for TMJ treatment Patients may present with jaw pain jaw clicking locking and headaches These TMJ specific symptoms may be associated with various other symptoms such as sensitive teeth excessive tooth wear tooth grinding etc Links Sitemap Copyright 2015 Jaw Pain TMJ

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - I am studying music in university. Are musicians susceptible to TMJ problems?
    causes TMJ Disorders How do you diagnose TMJ Disorders How are TMJ Disorders treated Bruxism Grinding and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia I am studying music in university Are musicians susceptible to TMJ problems There is a greater incidence of TMJ disorders in certain musicians It will occur with greater frequency in those who use wind instruments and the violin Links Sitemap Copyright 2015 Jaw Pain TMJ Disorder

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - I recently attended an ENT consultant who advised me that my earaches were coming from my TMJs. Is this possible?
    TMJ Disorders How are TMJ Disorders treated Bruxism Grinding and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia I recently attended an ENT consultant who advised me that my earaches were coming from my TMJs Is this possible It is very common for patients who suffer from TMJ to present with ear pain This is caused by referred pain from the TMJ into the ear These structures lie side by side

    Original URL path: http://www.jawpain.ie/index.php/faq/16-ent-consultant (2015-10-30)
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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - What is the difference between TMJ and trigeminal neuralgia?
    What is the difference between TMJ and trigeminal neuralgia TMJ disorders are musculoskeletal disorders trigeminal neuralgia is a nerve related disorder In general Trigeminal neuralgia pain is sharp shooting like an electric nerve radiating through the face It typically presents after 50 years The pain can be spontaneous not necessarily triggered by jaw movement TMJ disorders are characterised by pain that is dull achy throbbing in quality It presents in

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  • Jaw Pain - TMJ Disorder - I have been advised that orthodontic treatment is necessary to manage my TMJ problems. However there seems to be some conflicting views on this subject.
    are TMJ Disorders treated Bruxism Grinding and Clenching TMJ Headaches Orofacial Pain Trigeminal Neuralgia I have been advised that orthodontic treatment is necessary to manage my TMJ problems However there seems to be some conflicting views on this subject Recent research has shown that the bite does not play a significant role in the aetiology of TMJ disorders In addition orthodontic treatment similarly plays a very minor role when treating

    Original URL path: http://www.jawpain.ie/index.php/faq/18-orthodontic-treatment (2015-10-30)
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