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TMJ Joint Problem
My wife is suffering from TMJ Joint pain since a year a doctor has done the proceedure (Liquid inject) but no relief
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hello, you can do hot fomentation near the ear. or take a hot water bath before sleeping. this will give some relief from pain. you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. ask for a night guard.
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For ma'am you should consult with a TMJ specialist . We have a TMJ specialist at our clinic in case if you wish to come you can take the appointment through practo or can call us. DENTAL EXPERTZ sec 5 Dwarka New Delhi.
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Hello, You need to consult a Maxillo-facial surgeon for further evaluation.you may need CBCT scan and other relevant x-rays to check the integrity of the TMJ area. Regards Dr Sumanmakam
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Get tmj occlusal splint
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See orthodontist
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Dont open jaw wide
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There can be more to it, kindly most done X-ray or visit for a consultation
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Hi TMJ disorders are difficult to treatment and poor prognosis in advance cases.. pls go for follow up chek .. done get depressed since stress is one of the cause
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  Without seeing the patient or examining the patient, we cannot comment anything. Have you got a x-ray of the TM joint done? Kindly consult a ENT specialist in person for further evaluation and management.  Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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Hello sir.. may be an open surgery is needed then for good results. Consult the same dentist as he know the full patient history so he or she cn guide you better.
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Hello, Greetings for the day. TMJ joint disorder are the side-effects of faulty dental treatments. Would request you to visit a dentist (TMD Expert). On clinical examination the TMD Expert would prescibe necessary you necessary medication, dental splints, physiotherapy. . This would solve the pain.
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For any more enquiries pls write to us on www.drajwanis.com
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Hello sir,  TMJ problems are quite common these days and require an immediate attention.  In the field of dentistry this comes under the domain of an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Depending on your city of location,  please search for the required doctor with this degree and consult him/her.
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