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Broken Jaw

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 1, 2011
  • 09:19 PM

I broke my Jaw in 3 place, sides just at the sides of the ears and the Chin in which i have a plate in. The incident took place on Good Friday of 2011 and it has been a month and a half since happend. Someone Kicked me after i seen a mate being surrounded by 9 other youths, i went in to save him as any Decent person would do. Currently it's the most irritating thing and most painful thing i have been through and my teeth, well, imagine someone cutting your teeth with a saw in half thats what they were like. Went through a 4 and a half Hour surgery. Doc said it will never be the same but we will do our best for you to be able to get a good bite. In my experience i would like to say and pass on, please if you have kids don't make them become the people that did this to me, always talk to them and pay attention to their moods because their is a reason for it. I have forgiven the people who did this to me but will se it through until they are caught or the police don't find out who they are because it will come back to them in some shape or form.

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  • Your doctor will review your symptoms and ask you how you injured your jaw.Next,your doctor will examine the entire length of your jaw,looking at its shape,whether both sides look the same,how it is aligned with the rest of your face,and any obvious areas of swelling,cuts,brushing,deformity or tenderness.I wish that you just get out of the jaw pain as soon as possible.Thanks a lot.Best of luck to you.
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