The Cause Of The Jaw Can Change Or Not Symmetrical?
I want to ask if the use of stirrup can change the jaw because the past 2 years I often open my mouth, the sound of the crackle continues to ache on the cheek feeling next to the cheek and is that also the effect there is left over in my bell palsy thank you, please ask me for the solution
When did you experience bell's palsy? The jaw appears to change or not symmetrical can be affected by several conditions as follows:
The use of stirrup (stirrup can be one of the treatment options for the asymmetrical jaw, of course, with a good treatment plan by the dentist, but if the use of stirrup is not appropriate or done by someone other than the dentist, stirrup can shift the jaw to look oblique) Development of the jawbone since early The habit of supporting the chin and chewing on one side only History of trauma or previous injuries Nerve disorders, including bell's palsy, which can cause asymmetrical facial complaints The presence of bumps or swelling on one side of the face and neck As for the jaw having a trapped, the condition can be caused due to several factors also, such as problems with the position of the teeth, habit of sleeping on their side and habits of teeth grinding, habit of supporting the chin, infection and inflammation of the temporomandibular joints, the effect of stress.
If you feel the jaw is getting more different right and left, I suggest that you see a doctor or dentist directly so that further tests can be done to determine the cause as well as to find the cause of the sound on the jaw. Then you will be able to be given more precise follow-up handling.
Meanwhile you should avoid supporting your chin, avoid grinding your teeth, try to chew food alternately right and left, and avoid any dental treatment other than with a dentist huh.
Hope it helps you,