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Postby erinc14 » Sun Mar 03, 2013 11:16 am

a while ago i told you my teeth are very crooked since i had the procedure but i wanted to mention that for the past couple of years i have been biting my cheek every time i eat. is this because my jaw has moved too ? it's always an ordeal . :sad:
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Re: another question

Postby Cece » Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:56 pm

Have you mentioned it to your dentist?
If you have any mouth numbness, could that be a factor?
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Re: another question

Postby erinc14 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:25 am

i emailed the canadian dental association and and the school of dentistry at mcgill but both told me to speak to my dentist . i tried but he couldn't understand me. just wonderful ! :-x

i have always thought it would be interesting if they looked into this .

no my mouth is not numb.

anyway , thanks .
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Re: another question

Postby Cece » Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:55 am

It's hard to say how venoplasty caused it but if that's when it occurred, then it could be related to venous drainage of the gums or teeth. I know when I had my sense of taste restored after venoplasty, that I don't know exactly why or how that happened, or if it's neurological or thyroid or in some way related to better venous drainage of the tongue which drains into lingual veins that drain into the internal jugular veins.

Treatment of IJV stenoses should reduce any venous congestion in any nearby veins that are being used as collateral routes, as well as venous congestion in the organs they serve. The thyroid and the eyes may be affected this way. So maybe the mouth is too?
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Re: another question

Postby HappyPoet » Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:40 am

erinc, you could ask Dr. Amir, the London-based dentist who posts here, who treats, by use of braces, imbalances in the teeth and jaw which theoretically help the C1 and C2 vertebra stay in proper alignment which allows for the proper flow of venous and arterial blood and CSF; impingement of the vagus nerve is also alleviated.

Cece, great thoughts... this line of thinking might also explain improvements in the sense of hearing, both immediate and longer term. If the auditory nerve isn't damaged, relieving congestion (and perhaps compression?), could allow for immediate improvement. If the auditory nerve is damaged, time for healing would be necessary dependent on the degree of damage. Also for the sense of smell, too.
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Re: another question

Postby erinc14 » Mon Mar 04, 2013 11:17 am

okay , i will ! thanks .
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