Hi sir I have pain below the ear behind jaw ... I had been to neurologist he ruled out the complication after undergoing Mri and contrast study ... Sir the problem still persisting since one and half year n getting increased ... And I found throug dental opg that my wisdom are in completely horizontally oriented.. Earlier the pain was on the right side now it's on both side... Can any body plz suggest me does problem is due to wisdom tooth or some other ... I will be very happy if I get answer from dr. Dinesh Sharma
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Lets solve your problem by elimination process. Horizontally impacted teeth as it is need to be removed. So first get these removed. Then re-assessment can be done for your problem. Hopefully your problem might go away after these teeth removals.
The problem you have mentioned here might be due to the impacted wisdom tooth. Options are there you might be developing TMJ problems. But before concluding you need to take one more investigation TMJ Tomography. If it is a TMJ problem first and foremost is to remove Impacted third molars(wisdom teeth). Also if you got any habits like teeth grinding, Night grinding or chewing food on one side or any other habits we have to address that also. For more clear diagnosis please send further details and Investigations
Visit a dentist and then take TMJ tomography and OPG if needed
sir can you send me your opg and mri.
is there any history of accident,
or a habbit of teeth grinding at night while sleeping.
habbit of taking pan masala or chewing chwingum
send me your details so that i can help you properly
Dear sir, it would be wise if u to consult the doctor personally from whom u want an answer from rather than asking him an opinion in an online platform. Moreover nobody can tel you the diagnosis and do a treatment over the internet.
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