Jaw Dislocation To Nerve Damage In The Tongue?

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Hall, I just experienced a dislocation of the jaw and damaged the nerve in my tongue because it was pressured by my own teeth. get better with time? Because in the past my right tongue often felt numb and tingling while it was still dislocated, and the shape of the tongue became bumpy … thank you for enlightenment and tips to get better soon

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In connection with the complaint that you submit, it can experience improvements to the conditions as before. However, of course this requires patience and perseverance and regularity in treatment. You should consult with a dentist and mouth, the doctor will consult with a neurologist if necessary to find out other causes or complications of healing.


For this reason, consume porridge or soft foods (as directed by the treating doctor) until healed to rest your jaw, gums and teeth first. Avoid opening your mouth too big, like when laughing.


Thus hopefully useful.

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