I've dealt with TMS for the past two years in my left knee, left leg, left low back, left shoulder, and left neck... Back in April 2016, I had porcelain fillings put into 8 of my molars. 2 weeks after the dental work I started experiencing pain biting down on my bottom left molar (tooth #19). I was already experiencing TMS issues then but didn't think my tooth pain was related to it. The pain on that particular tooth isn't lingering , It only causes pain when I bite down on something crunchy. I find it odd that tooth was causing pain since it hadn't been worked on. It had a amalgam filling in it from years prior that I had removed immediately and replaced with a porcelain one after the pain started in May. Afterwards I visited a few dentists since to make sure the tooth wasn't cracked, infected, or fractured. Each x-ray and examination showed nothing wrong with it although it was still causing problems. I even had some of the fillings on the right side of my mouth filed down to balance my bite since my fillings felt higher on the right (which I thought might of created this problem). Even after balancing my bite and having all four wisdom teeth pulled, neither operation worked to fix the tooth 19 pain when I would bite down. Besides that pain when I bite on that particular molar, I've also experienced mild tooth sensitivity since that time as well. Recently I discovered Dr. Sarno's literature and DVD lecture .. It has helped me to rid myself of the TMS symptoms along the left side of my body. I think my tooth being on the left side of my body is a culprit of TMS. I'm wondering has anybody else on the forum had similar issues with tooth pain and TMS? And if so were any of you able to rid yourself of it? Any input is appreciated!