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I want to visit for teeth cleaning but I am scared that I can't keep my mouth open for a long time as I have TMJ problem. Please advise.
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A mouth prop will be used for you and breaks will be given during oral procedures.
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Hello  address  your issue before  scaling  procedure scaling  can be done with multiple  appointments  giving  break .which doesn't  give any issue on TMJ.
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Hi mam.. Teeth cleaning procedure takes around 20 minutes only... You will inform this to your dentist prior to the procedure.... scaling procedure  wont  hurts your TMJ much
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Don't worry about the timing. You can discuss the problem with your Dentist and he will surely help you out. Teeth cleaning can be carried out in two or more sitting with every sitting not more than 15 to 20 minutes.
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