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Have TMJD. Why constant headaches and teeth breaking? From TMJ?

I was informed by an ENT that I have TMJD but nobody seems to be able to give me info on it or make me more comfortable. I found some info online & think that the constant headaches & my teeth breaking are likely from this TMJ, however, I need to know if there is something that can help. I have tried mouth guards from walmart but I keep biting through them & taking them out in my sleep. What can I do for some relief?
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 's  Response
hello thanks for consulting at hcm..u r having tmj disorder, for that u plz consult a tmj clinic if ur in the usa,, other wise plz consult an oral maxillo facial surgeon for an evaluation, u will be needing an mri investigation,, u could take analgesics and muscle relaxant for the same..try hot and cold fermentation alternatively,, take soft diet and eat small pieces f food and fruits..have a nice rest.. take care..
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