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Just how occlusal condition can effect the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) triggering progressive, as well as agonizing, deterioration

Michele Jehenson August 9, 2014 12:04:37

Lots of inaccuracies in this video and in this theory and treatment. This
theory is absolutely inaccurate ( no scientific evidence,) leads to
unnecessary and expensive treatment. 

    DevilMaster August 27, 2014 17:27:14

    O RLY? So what would you suggest? Prayers? Homeopathy? A voodoo dance?
    Maybe chemtrails are to blame? Or water fluoridation? Or vaccines? Or maybe
    invisible pink unicorns!

Skye Stone November 6, 2014 7:55:59

I suffer severe depression as being a former TMJ victim assumed I would die
with TMJ.

    Skye Stone November 6, 2014 7:58:06

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Hi Hi March 4, 2015 22:10:50

Nice, but 99% of the videos on TMJ say the same thing without addresing the
actual occlusion problem.

    Douglas Brown March 4, 2015 22:30:34

    Watch our other videos for more details on the occlusal causes.

    Hi Hi March 4, 2015 22:36:10


    Jomar Uy February 13, 2016 18:51:22

    +Douglas Brown can the tmj be cured when the occlusion is fixed. for
    example: my crossbite gets fixed?

Genma Jinguji April 16, 2015 16:58:53

I have this. Whenever I open my mouth I hear some clicking sounds, I didn’t
care less before I noticed pain. Sometimes when I want to eat and open my
mouth, pain will occur and also the clicking. Weeks passed the clicking was
gone and also the pain, I was relieved back then but after a few days my
jaw hurt again but there was no clicking only pain. I can’t open my mouth
very properly to eat foods, because whenever I try to open my mouth wide a
pain will occur in my right jaw. I have these for like 2 or 3 months now.
Can someone please help me. Do you need surgery to get rid of this? 

    Genma Jinguji April 18, 2015 17:53:39

    +Don Reid DDS​ Good morning too. Thank you very much for the reply. And I
    will be careful not to bite very hard foods. Thanks.

An G May 18, 2015 16:55:46

I’ve had this for as long as i could remember. It sucks. It even clicks
when i move my jaw side to side

MegaRichie10 July 17, 2015 22:40:06

what can be recomended to the patient with 4:18 ?

Blanche Neige August 8, 2015 10:43:18

This was happening to me for years, even though I rold my GP about it and
the dentist, I was left untill I came to a complete stop not being able to
even sip water and I can’t begin to describe the pain. I went and saw a
specialist(a Maximilliar) I think they are called, I had an operation done
within a month where the disc had to be removed and replaced by a small
muscle from the side of my head. Please note that not all specialist know
what to do about the TMJ.

Blanche Neige August 8, 2015 10:44:42

My operation was done the 24th of July 2015

AbbyRockx56 October 12, 2015 19:51:33

I’m confused why are there 13 dislikes lol

BBacker26 October 14, 2015 23:29:58

Can tmj affect my ears? I have been experience hearing loss since right
after I got my braces. I can barely hear in my right ear. Is this a symptom
of tmj?

    Douglas Brown October 15, 2015 15:56:02

    +BBacker26 From Dr. Reid (dentist and co-creator of BiteFX):

    Dear B,We know one thing for certain an that there is close proximity to
    the condyle, commonly called the TMJ, and the auditory canal and the
    auditory nerve.
    If the jaw joint, TMJ, is re-positioned by restorative dentistry,
    orthodontics or trauma, then there can be different pressures on the
    hearing system so to speak. Inflammation or swelling in the TMJ area can
    cause changes also in the vicinity of the ear canal.
    After studying and practicing dentistry for 41 years now, I know one thing
    for certain: there is a lot we don’t know and understand about how
    wonderfully and intelligently the human chewing system is designed.
    There are physical structural relationships to the ear and jaw joint and
    there is a harmony or balance so to speak where things work comfortably and
    very well. Sometimes changes to jaw position can cause an imbalance.
    I’d suggest you find a dentist to evaluate your TMJ area to ensure a stable
    position and perhaps a simple finding of excessive ear wax may be the cause.
    I hope this helps and I wish you well.
    Thank you for the inquiry,
    Dr Donald Reid

Doug Chaney November 9, 2015 5:12:42

Is there any truth to the rumor that “TMJ” originally meant “Too Much
Jawing” whereby people literally wear out the jaw joints from incessant
talking and/or chewing ? After all one has only so many open close
operations for this joint…poor genes combined with a jaw that just WILL
NOT stop flapping is a recipe for disaster …. best to STFU early on
BEFORE your jaw is FFL….no?

    Douglas Brown November 12, 2015 23:42:38

    +Doug Chaney From Dr. Don Reid, co-creator of BiteFX:
    Thanks for the interesting question… I’m sure you know that TMJ is the
    abbreviation of temporomandibular joint but people often use “TMJ” instead
    of “TMD” – temporomandibular disorder. So it’s common to say “I’ve got TMJ”
    when someone is suffering from the disorder.Can problems with the TMJ be
    caused by talking too much? I suspect not, though conceivably someone
    with early TMJ problems might make them worse by talking too much.Can
    problems with the TMJ be caused by too much chewing (gum)? That’s more
    likely. I wouldn’t like to say if gum chewing causes the TMJ problem or
    ensures that a problem, that might have been minor and never noticed,
    becomes a serious problem.

S Maria November 12, 2015 20:34:45

Thank you very much 🙂 it is helpful

    Douglas Brown November 12, 2015 20:59:43

    +S Maria You are welcome. Thanks for the comment!

GabrielSamurganov January 14, 2016 17:42:18

Thanks to uploader! I’ve begun to learn some about that disorder.
It startled me when I realized that eventually it would cause a huge pain
rubbing bone to bone if proper measures are not undertaken…
So, how could one cure it at home? Braces and mouth guards? Did it help to
anybody in fact?

Ryan Robert Ventolero February 26, 2016 13:01:20

every nighy my jaw locks and when i open my mouth it sounds and i can feel
my jaw clinches

Judith Miller March 7, 2016 9:54:25

You could eliminate the feeling of fullness in the ear quickly by natural
means within 2 months, with no medicine required.

TMJ MEXICO March 18, 2016 18:42:59

thank you

Antonina Braun March 25, 2016 8:40:27

The good thing is, TMJ and its pain can be cured without the need of
expensive surgery.

    kitty cat March 27, 2016 12:40:33

    is it necessary to do surgery???is there any other way to cure ?

kitty cat March 27, 2016 12:42:32

my jaw is locked from one day I can open mouth but can’t open is
necessary to do SURGERY??? I really don’t want a surgery is there any other

    kitty cat March 27, 2016 12:51:24

    and I didn’t hear clicking sound

    Douglas Brown March 28, 2016 17:49:27

    +tejsree pol I put your question to one of the BiteFX members, Dr. Alain
    Aubé, a TMJ specialist from Canada. Here’s what he said:”Basically physical
    therapy by a TMJ knowledgeable physical therapist is the first step to
    take. Get an Aqualizer asap from the dentist and then a proper occlusal
    guard. Contacts on the back teeth should be lighter than contacts on the
    canines. Back teeth should never be able to bite into the guard in any
    position. 95% of cases are resolved this way. If surgery is needed the
    first step is an intra articular injection through arthroscopy only. The
    positive pressure from the injection usually unblocks the joint.
    If internal surgery is needed you need to find a tmj surgeon in your
    area…go to The American Association of TMJ Surgeons. One I particularly
    appreciate is Dr Mark Piper in Florida.
    Once the joint is un blocked, occlusal correction is usually required.”
    Hope that helps!

    kitty cat March 28, 2016 17:59:33

    +Douglas Brown Thanks so much for video and reply both are very
    very helpful for me.thanks again

karen walsh July 9, 2016 7:28:26

The Only Way You Can Ever Cure Your TMJ is From Within by Correctly
Diagnosing Your Condition and by Listening to What Your Body is Trying to
Tell You, Work With It and Free Yourself.

    benjie paras July 9, 2016 7:44:29

    here’s the link =>

    laurence green July 9, 2016 21:36:00

    thanks! I have this.. 😀

    stefanie orta July 9, 2016 21:48:01

    If you have been dealing with symptoms of TMJ disorder, you can’t afford
    not to read this article. ——

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