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RESOLVING TMJ! Watch a grown man cry with relief!

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A short video recording the treatment of a person who has been experiencing life-disrupting "TMJ" issues for over 20 years, consisting of frustrations, tight & spastic chewing muscles, and oversensitive teeth. He traveled to the office of Dr. Nick Yiannios of Rogers, Arkansas looking for alleviation for his muscle TMD troubles. In 50 mins, we definitively eliminated his trouble making use of Disclusion Time Decrease (DTR) therapy using a precise and unbiased alteration of just how his bite and chewing muscles interact with each other. The ending is rather dramatic-watching a grown male break down in splits …! To read more do one or more of the following:

telephone call: 417.334.2131 0r 479.876.8000

Dr; Yiannios is a General Dental expert, and also the American Dental Organization does not acknowledge a specialized in "TMJ", and also because of this, there is no customized training called for to perform or market such services.

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Kanigye1 October 27, 2015 23:40:22

Hi Dr. Nick, watching this made me feel like I had a need for it. For a
couple of years I have been on and off feeling jaw pain, and recently it’s
making it harder to open my jaw. What sort of steps can I take to make
things easier on myself?

    DopeAap December 1, 2015 11:19:09

    Go to a doctor

    DopeAap January 31, 2016 10:01:24

    +takinquanded andrew NOOOO JUST GO TO A FUCKING DOCTOR!!

Ashikur Rahman November 4, 2015 9:54:39

when I try to bite or close my jaw the jaw joint near my right ear pops and
clicks. Sometimes I can not close my jaws completely as if there is
something stuck between my jaw joints near my ear. And btw, I feel severe
pain. What should I do? need help.

    Ashikur Rahman November 15, 2015 13:27:49

    +Mostafa Rabie
    why don’t you see the doctor and tell him about that.
    My tmj problem lasted a month and I suspect it happened because of over
    exercising. But now I feel no pain as I am more relaxed. Don’t panic and
    Don’t exaggerate your jaw joints. just keep those relaxed and move
    concentration. I think it will help.

    Lauren Wenger January 25, 2016 17:26:34

    If an individual can’t fully close his or her mandible, that symptom is
    consistent with “posterior disc displacement.” I would see an orthopedist
    or dentist and see if you are a good candidate for a referral to physical

    Félix Bernier January 26, 2016 4:29:27

    +Lauren Wenger PT is highly uneffective against a disc displacement. It
    COULD be one option to consider though. Splint therapy to correct the
    disc/condyle relation within the socket is probably the best option one can
    have to fix a disc displacement. Surgery is always an option too if all
    other treatments are uneffective.

    Lauren Wenger January 26, 2016 10:44:14

    +Félix Bernier Sorry my post was lacking clarity; I am a fan of an
    interdisciplinary approach. But yes, being evaluated by a TMJ specialist is
    a good first step. Ask your dentist (if you have one) for a referral.

    Félix Bernier January 26, 2016 12:21:06

    And everyone should be! But as you said, getting evaluated by a TMJ
    specialist is key to identify the best treatment for your dysfunction. If
    your doctor thinks PT will be successful on your disc displacement, then
    you must give it a shot! Non-invasive treatments must be tried first before
    getting under the skin.

Luke Liscio November 18, 2015 19:18:25

i have no pain, but i have loud
rattling/swishing/jostling/cracking/popping/grating, You name it, its going
on in my jaw (almost exclusively on the left side) right under the ear
where the lower jaw connects to the top jaw it feels like. This has been
tormenting me for years and i dont know what to do about it. Does anyone
know if a similar procedure would fix my problem? Thanks so much

    Félix Bernier January 26, 2016 4:22:55

    +Luke Liscio You have no pain and it’s been tormenting you? Lol. If it just
    crack and pops but doesn’t LOCK, and by locking I mean you feel a very
    distinct pressure right infront of your ears, then you’ll be fine.

Ayadh Alzyoud November 29, 2015 17:15:00

I have two questions , 1. what is the point of this process if the patient
still have burxism after this .
2. how much does it cost ?

    MindSet'sAThreat July 3, 2016 20:38:49

    I’m no expert but from researching the crap out of it I think that the
    reason some people grind and clench so much is because their bite is off. I
    dont think you can grind so much after this procedure, at least not nearly
    as much. I have a bite that closes predominantly on my back right molar so
    if I even try to rest my mouth the top and bottom molar on the right rub
    off eachother. So essentially it grinds without actually grinding if that
    makes any sense? It aggravates me because the bite is not evenly
    distributed and so my jaw is constantly moving around to try find a resting
    position that doesn’t create grinding. Its like a viscous circle. It’s like
    picking a scab but you cant stop picking it because it essentially picks
    itself. Hope that makes some sort of sense.

Jonez HD December 29, 2015 22:33:28

Recently I have encountered a problem with my jaw. Every time I go to yawn
my jaw locks and I have to try very hard to open it, it then clicks
extremely loudly. I often wake up in the night with severe jaw and cheek
pain. I get ringing in my ears very often and I also have very sensitive
teeth. Do I have TMJ? All of my family say that I am clicking my jaw on
purpose. When this first started, when the jaw locked it would be very
painful but now it isn’t as painful. I also ground my teeth very loudly
when sleeping

    Félix Bernier January 26, 2016 4:39:50

    +Jonez HD This could be a really mild disc displacement. If you jaw only
    pops and locks when you open REALLY wide, you shouldn’t really bother with
    it except control your opening with your hand under your jaw as you yawn,
    for example. If it doesn’t lock with movements such as biting down or
    pushing your jaw backward, your disc is still in good shape. You can always
    search a TMJ specialist to have it checked with MRI. To address your pain
    when waking up, it is related to bruxism. Get a shaped mouthguard to wear
    during the night to ease up your bruxism. Supplementing with magnesium is
    also well known to help with muscle spasm and pain.

bravehearts _ January 6, 2016 16:53:38

hi Dr. Nick, do you have any recommended doctor that can help me with tmj
in singapore?

    Ryan Pai March 18, 2016 16:50:10

    +bravehearts _ hey there, i have never come across anyone in SG that is
    suffering from TMJ until today. First of all, im so glad to know im not
    alone. Can i just check if you have gotten any treatment here or any home
    remedies for TMJ?

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    Caio Carvalho Music May 21, 2016 19:35:19

    +bravehearts _ go see a good acupuncturist mate

Mykie Howell January 24, 2016 19:44:39

I broke my jaw five or so months back, the hinge was at a 90 degree angle
and my jaw is now permanently crooked and is higher on the left side. I
never had my jaw wired shut nor got surgery to move the bone back into
place, and I have moderate to severe TMJ pains even with only being 14. Is
there any exercises I can do without moving my jaw side to side? I dont
want to risk breaking the bond between where the bone broke, as I cant even
move my jaw to the side without severe pains.

Obama BinLyin January 26, 2016 15:49:28

Beginning of that song in the start of the video is from L Jinny – The
Beginning. The man that was thought to be Jihadi John..

Kariene Soares January 26, 2016 18:51:15

4 years suffering of this.. :(

    Neil Arora July 7, 2016 9:41:25

    +unemployalty I have tightness deep within the face muscle but the joint is
    fine I had a x Ray no displacement. I was punched in the face 6 months
    before it happened

    unemployalty July 7, 2016 10:08:15

    +Neil Arora I am sorry for you too, any other symptoms? There’s actually
    still hope for you…saw another YT video where doctors inject botox into a
    womans jaw muscles and it relieves tension for at least 3 months. The
    muscle also becomes weaker after enough botox treatments and then the
    problem resolves itself.

    Neil Arora July 7, 2016 10:09:16

    +unemployalty yes I am trying to save up money and will explore these

    Neil Arora July 7, 2016 10:09:51

    +unemployalty what about you how do you plan to get treatment

    Neil Arora July 7, 2016 10:10:02

    +unemployalty my neck gets tight I get headaches also

Omar Rivas March 4, 2016 20:00:58

Hello Dr.Nick . Im a GP in Southern California and I’m very interested in
attending the training center. Please keep us updated
Dr. Rivas

    Nick Yiannios DDS PLLC May 20, 2016 19:13:41

    +Omar Rivas will be live in July Omar

Brett Plank March 9, 2016 5:22:13

Does this help with patients who have bruxism? My jaw is popping, clicking,
and grinding — my neck, face, and head have this constant tension and I
wake up feeling drained and without energy. My bite doesn’t feel normal. My
jaw feels misaligned and it’s a terrible drain on my day to have this
constant nagging numbness in my face, jaw, and neck. It is the worst

I feel like I can’t ever relax.

Nikky Delarosa March 31, 2016 6:01:22

Wow. It is so amazing that he finally found some relief. I teared up just
seeing how he was so happy to feel a difference. This is truly awesome! I
hope to accomplish similar things with my clients!

SunriseBoy April 1, 2016 1:50:55

A thirty minute session of Cranio-Sacral therapy with some compression and
decompression of the TMJ would have been quite effective and a bloody site

TheSpicyPotato April 9, 2016 14:00:21

I’m 15 and I have this pain for 9 days after going to the dentist for
cleaning my teeth…I’m really scared

Muhammad Ali April 16, 2016 0:55:14

We would have to see him back after some time has passed to find out if
this really worked. Not just 50 mins.

Natalie April 24, 2016 1:49:15

What song is in the intro?

    AH_tariq June 13, 2016 2:42:37

    its called Intro, by the xx!

Stan Ingram July 7, 2016 15:26:15

I’m glad he finally got relief. I think he cried at the end when the doctor
showed him the bill, LOL.

Cool Stuff! August 9, 2016 14:32:34

O.M.G. I have the exact same problem and I have a dentist appt soon. Can’t

Gary F October 12, 2017 0:49:49

Simply Amazing!! Good for this man

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