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Chinese massage, jaw pain. Dangerous?

Hi, i went for a Chinese massage 2 days back, and while doing the massage the person who did the massage turned suddenly my head right and then left. And after i came back home 2 hours later i felt pain in my Jaw , when i bight on my teeth i feel pain, and when i open my mouth i feel pain. is it something dangerous or the pain will go after a couple of days? appreciate your support. thanks .
Asked On : Wed, 25 Apr 2012
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July 2014
thanks for your query, i have gone through your question, the pain could be because of the impact or it can be because of the fractured tooth or fractured bone...or trauma to the jaw joint...kindly consult a oral physician to rule out any fracture of the bone or tooth...mean while you can take a pain killer to relieve the pain...
i hope my answer will help you...with regards
Dr. Mahesh Kumar T.S
Answered: Tue, 25 Mar 2014
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