Our expert says:
The numb jaw could be due to an injury to one of the facial nerves. The experience you are describing could be due to concussion. You do need a full neurological evaluation and going to a general practitioner will be the cheapest option, otherwise you can go to a general outpatient department at one of the provincial hospitals.
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