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themotivator1 posted:
There has to be some kind of relief for the sypmtoms of TMJ, the headaches, ear aches, the continued non stop tinnitus. Don't even mention wearing head phones or some type of noise suppresor. Covering up the problem does nothing
Rod Moser, PA, PhD responded:
There may be some relief, but you will need to be seen by a TMJ specialist. Treatment may consist of anti-inflamamtory medications, special mouth inserts, and even surgery, depending on the severity of your conditioin.
themotivator1 replied to Rod Moser, PA, PhD's response:
I have the mouth guard that does not help any
Rod Moser, PA, PhD replied to themotivator1's response:
Have you informed your dentist that the mouth guard has not helped? Ask what his/her next step is going to be....

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