Alternative Names Dislocated jaw; Fractured jaw; Broken jaw; TMJ dislocation Symptoms Symptoms of a dislocated jaw include: Bite that feels "off" or crooked Difficulty speaking Drooling because of inability to close the mouth Inability to close the mouth Jaw that may protrude forward Pain in the face or jaw, located in front of the ear on the affected side, and gets worse with movement Teeth that do not line up properly Symptoms of a fractured (broken) jaw include: Bleeding from the mouth Difficulty opening the mouth widely Facial bruising Facial swelling Jaw stiffness Jaw tenderness or pain, worse with biting or chewing Loose or damaged teeth Lump or abnormal appearance of the cheek or jaw Numbness of the face (particularly the lower lip) Very limited movement of the jaw (with severe fracture)
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Baked Chicken Tenders.
The recipe below can be used as a quick and easy dinner and is easily modified to be gluten free and dairy free.
2 Tbs. canola oil
1 package chicken tenders (usually contains about 8 pieces)
1 small container of plain coconut yogurt
1 cup Italian style bread crumbs (rice bread crumbs work well also)
1 cup parmesan cheese (shredded rice cheese also works well)
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a baking sheet with nonstick spray or line with parchment paper. Pour the yogurt onto a plate. Mi...
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