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Dentistry and epilepsy

I had four teeth removed when I was ten years old with gas and air. Two weeks after I had my first seizure and have been having them ever since. I always thought there could be a link, especially as I have had TMJ disorder ever since and jaw and head pain at the same part of my head as the epilepsy. Does anyone know if there could be a link?
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