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06 Apr 2006

Osteoporosis in my jaw joints
Good Day

I have osteoporosis in my jaw joints, no where else in my body. What is the medical procedure for this kind of condition, is it fixable and how can i "preserve" what is left of my jaw joints to prevent operations.

i have not had much medical attention given to my problem as I cannot afford all the testing and doc visits involved.

Regards
Tanya
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Healthy Bones
Healthy Bones

01 Jan 0001

Dear Tanya
One does not get osteoporosis in the jaw - You are referring to arthritis. Please consult a specialist physician/ rheumatologist who can give you advice on treatment options.
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