about 6 years ago I had mandibular jaw surgury at the advice of the surgeon and my orthodontist. This was suppose to improve my bite and save teeth i the long run. According to my sergeon It was a common surgery. I knew right away there were issues but due to nubness i wasnt sue. I entered his office on several occations crying and in need of ansers. He told me time would make things better. Month after month I went in . coulnt open my mouth,he told me he didnt want to give me any muscle relaxants cause of the addiction factor. Then told be on several occation I DONT KNOW WHAT TO TELL YOU> and sent me on my way. He also refused to get me an MRI.This was a reputable sergeon. Did he not wnat to find out for future reference or even curiosity. I left him and never went back.For 6 years i have been looking for answers and trying anything. My face went into full spasm and even into my throat were i couldnt talk properly. I contantly have a pressure and tired feeling in my jaw. pretty much what everyone has been going through. I am grateful to find this site and looking forward to any suggestions
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