"Hi! Thank you for your answer, I appreciate it.
I'm having an appointment with the maxillofacial surgeon this Friday. After our conversations via e-mails, we agreed, that he will make a splint for me and a splint therapy will be tried..."
I too suffer from tinnitus, which was started only a few minutes after my left jaw joint was dislocated by chewing food (that was in Octrober 2009).
Not too long ago I had a MRI done, which shows, that my left articular d..."
Just a quick note to say hi!
Sorry about the delay , computer troubles..I hope that I am not too late.. Based on what you have told me and what I am reading , I have a very difficult time seeing how we can come up with the right diagnosis just based on these few words.. thats what troubles me about this doctor in L.A.
Lets go back to what we know... You have a deep bite, and posteriorized lower jaw, and if I understood correctly, the MRI showed that you have a postrioly dispositioned disc, This is what has to be adressed first everything else is a bandaid and designed to mask your symptoms.
I hope I have made my self clear on this subject.
All the best.
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