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Jaw, dislocated

Displacement of the lower jaw from one or both temporomandibular joints (which connect the jaw to the base of the skull), often due to either yawning or a blow to the face. There is generally pain in front of the ear on the affected side, and the jaw juts forwards. The mouth is unable to fully close, which makes speaking and eating a problem. Surgery can be carried out to stabilise the joint, but dislocation often seems to recur.

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