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Cracking sound at TMJ Joint
Sometimes I feel cracking sound at the joint of mandible and skull. I am experiencing this cracking noise at TMJ since last 3-4 months, rest I have no other issues. Is it normal?
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A large part of population has clicking sounds in TMJ. If no other symptoms associated there’s nothing much to worry. However, avoid eating too hard and straining your joint.
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For Jaw joint problems it is always better to get it checked before things get worse. If the issue not minor the treatment needs to start early. Visit a dental clinic in your city for proper dental checkup and treatment. Avoid self diagnosis and treatment. Hope this helped.
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Hi physical examination is required to rule out reason for TMJ issue.Depending on severity of symptoms treatment is planned.Initial stages nightgaurd will be helpful.Irregulr arrangement of teeth also causes TMJ issues.Check for recent eruption of wisdom tooth.Consult dentist.
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Avoid wide mouth opening Take soft diet
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Hi, Please visit a dentist and get the TMJ examined. Also get an x-ray OPG.
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No its not normal Do an opg Do not open your mouth wide Have soft food Visit a maxillofacial surgeon 
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