Posted by Bradley Briggs on Apr 5, in Blog. There are many ailments that can plague our everyday lives from simple colds to serious medical conditions. One of these ailments is Trismus otherwise known as lockjaw. Lockjaw is essentially a disorder that prevents the mouth from opening properly, fully, or to otherwise function improperly. If there is pain or tension in your mouth that prevents you from fully opening your jaw it is likely that you have lockjaw. This disorder itself is relatively harmless, but it is an indicator of some issues that may be very important.
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During TMJ arthroscopy, your doctor inserts a small thin tube cannula into the joint space, and a small camera arthroscope is then inserted to view the area and to help determine a diagnosis. In some cases, the symptoms of TMJ disorders may go away without treatment. If your symptoms persist, your doctor may recommend a variety of treatment options, often more than one to be done at the same time. Along with other nonsurgical treatments, these medication options may help relieve the pain associated with TMJ disorders:.
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Lockjaw trismus is when the jaw muscles spasm and affect jaw movement. If you develop this condition, your jaw may be "frozen" in a certain position, and you might not be able to open your mouth wide. Lockjaw can be painful and it cause complications, such as choking. Medication side effects, cancer treatment, and tetanus are a few a the possible causes.
She went on to describe some of her own experiences. The posting resulted in a number of responses expressing similar frustrations, relief that the issue was now out in the open, and that people had come up with some creative solutions. She wrote, "An inherent problem experienced by people with TMJ pain and dysfunction is the effect the illness has on the sex lives of the patient and partner. The once pleasurable sensations of being touched, hugged, kissed, having one's face stroked, and all the things that are an integral part of lovemaking and affection sharing, are now for many excruciatingly painful. Spouses frequently say they are hesitant to make sexual overtures for fear of physically hurting the sick partner or appearing insensitive to his or her pain.