Unable to open jaw properly,
Opening is limited to half to one centimeter only,
It takes very long time to chew anything even soft,
Tonge feels numb sometimes,
Pain inside right ear,
Some sort of swallon in right eye,
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Becoming more aware of tension-related habits clenching your jaw, grinding your teeth or chewing pencils will help you reduce their frequency. The following tips may help you alleviate symptoms of TMJ disorders:
Avoid overuse of jaw muscles. Eat soft foods. Cut food into small pieces. Steer clear of sticky or chewy food. Avoid chewing gum.
Stretching and massage. Your doctor, dentist or physical therapist may show you how to do exercises that stretch and strengthen your jaw muscles and how to massage the muscles yourself.
Heat or cold. Applying warm, moist heat or ice to the side of your face may help alleviate pain...Consult orofaciomaxillary surgeon they will help you further
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