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Temporomandibular Joint
I recently felt a slight disorientation in my jaw and was unable to move the jaw freely for about a week. Though it has been over 6 months, I am still not able to open my right jaw properly. It gives me a headache at times. And has started giving my face a very asymmetrical look with constant pain. Wat doctors can I consult for it?
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Might be your one side temporomandibular joint is dislocated.... Visit an oral maxillofacial surgeon..
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visit a M. D. S and consult.
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You can consult an oral medicine specialist for the diagnosis. A prosthodontist can help if an appliance or any further treatment is needed after the diagnosis.
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