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I have swollen jaw on both sides with occasional neck ache

i have swollen jaw on both sides, occasional neck ache and ear ache it doesn t hurt but ive just noticed when my jaw is clenched shut its more swelled. but not visible. im realy confused.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Mar 2011
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HI
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Please visit an ENT specialsit, for an examintion. There are a number of condition where these symptoms are seen, sometimes cervical pain is radiated to jaws as well. Or earache is seen along with jaw tenderness. So for a diagnosis & treatment, examination with some tests is necessary.
Takecare.
Answered: Sat, 19 Mar 2011
Dentist, Orthodontics Dr. Aabhishek Agrawal's  Response
I THOUGHT IF IT DOES NOT CAUSE ANY PROBLEM DONT GO ND TAKE PAIN,WHEN U CLENCH UR MOUTH UR FACE MUSCLE GETTIN RELAXED ND BIT BULKIER THAN OPENING POSITION.SO RELAX ND DONT TAKE TENSION,SOMETIME TENSION ALSO CAUSE SUCH PROBLEM.
Answered: Thu, 2 Feb 2012
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