We recommend that you discuss your symptoms with your primary care doctor, dentist, or other healthcare provider. It's a good idea to bring your Pain Tracker and QuickSplint®. Two other options: you can also schedule a telehealth consult with an Orofacial Pain Specialist or search for providers near you, at FaceMyPain.com. The progress that you have made with Speed2Treat® will provide helpful diagnostic information to determine whether you need physical therapy, a specialized oral appliance, imaging, medication, or other types of treatment.
If you notice brux marks on the surface of your QuickSplint®, discuss this with your dentist. It is common to grind and/or clench even when you are not in pain. Discuss what you observed wearing the QuickSplint® and your experience with the jaw exercises and focus on correct tongue posture.