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Hi my posterior teeth are molar class I but my incisor cannot be edge to edge they are slightly inclined labialy what is my problem? is this treatable?
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Hi, I had 3 front crowns and a 2 tooth bridge done 3 years ago. Since then, my bite has gone to pot and I am suffering terrible jaw ache due to my mouth now closing as it always did. I would like a tekscan (T-scan) done but can't find a dentist in my area that has one of these devices. I would appreciate any advice as to how to find one. Thankyou
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Glad to have found you very helpful site and thanks for pointers to bsos.org.uk. For the past 5 months or so I have been experiencing pain that fits more or less exactly with http://www.bsos.org.uk/cycle.html. It seemed to kick off around the start of a very stressful period at work. When I presented with chronic facial pain (cheekbones, bridge of nose, near temples, angle of jaw)as well as stiff shoulders and neck my Doctor r...
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I am 24 year female and i m using a lower mouth guard since 3 months. i wanted to know if the guard can adversely effect my front teeth crowns? is there any side effect of wearing mouth guards?
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I have had TMJ problems for 4 years. I also have ankylosing spondylitis. In 2008 I had an MRI which showed that the right TMJ has an anteriorly displaced reducing articular disc with some condyle and eminence degenerative change. The left is fine. It was not thought to be due to AS. The problem on the right has got steadily worse and after some physio on it recently the pain has been really bad for 5 weeks despite diazepam, di...
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My new dentist says I have a heavy bite and a plunger cusp. What does this mean? My teeth are very straight and even and my bite has always felt extremely comfortable, infact I've never given it a moments thought, so I feel rather mystified.
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I am currently being treated by a neuromuscular dentist for my TMJ disorder. I have had Tens on my facial muscles to relax them, then something called jaw tracking where a magnet was placed inside my bottom lip to find the most comfortable position for the jaw muscles. Impressions were taken and then an orthotic was constucted to wear on my lower teeth 24/7 for a few months to see if it alleviates the symptoms I am having.The ...
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helo. i have asked to a few questions in the past regarding my oral problems. i still have a lot of pain around my jaw joints . the pain gets so bad to a point where i cant talk. my dentist says that its to do with my jaw. it doesnt open in one single motion. i want to go a have a consultion with a private surgon who might be a ble to help. could you blease give me any name and addressess of a good surgon? thanks
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I have got two canine teeth which I really don't like due to their pointed shape.  I feel it gives me a serious smile.  This is why, I prefer to stay serious all the time to hide my ugly smile.  I wonder if these two teeth can be changed in shape to look straight like normal teeth.  I would like to know the cost if  possible.  Thank you
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Hello I am 38 years old and over the past year I have slowly got a gap inbetween my front teeth which I have not had before. My dentist said the cause of this is I clench my teeth when I am sleep and so is forcing the top teeth to separate. I have always had good straight teeth (no gaps). This is really worrying me. Could there be another cause for this to happen? I would really appreciate someones advice please