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... it doesn't prevent clenching or grinding but takes some of the impact off your teeth and jaw. ... (3 replies)
... Can TMJ cause ear to ache and also loss of hearing, especially on left side? ... (3 replies)
... e told me that if I did not get it taken care of, it would destroy my body and possibly drive me crazy. I thought he was nuts, especially since I had never heard of it. ... (23 replies)

... m at a loss and really hoping others experiences may be able to help me work out where to go next for help. ... (11 replies)
... sleeping was a problem since the jaw naturally falls back some when we lay down and relax. My tmj dentist customized a night splint that covers my top teeth and has a wedge in the front that comes down behind my lower teeth and keeps my jaw from falling back. ... (7 replies)
... dn't help with the ear pain so much as they let me get some sleep. When ear pain is that intense, I just want to lay there and cry all night. The constant lack of sleep from the pain made things much worse. ... (14 replies)
TMJ & hearing loss
Aug 28, 2012
... If your hearing loss is so recent, I'd seek out an ENT as soon as possible. There are many things out there that could cause your symptoms that can be treated fairly easily. You really should have this evaluated by a physician before jumping to the TMJD worries. ... (4 replies)
... Well the clenching can certainly cause inflamation to the eustachion tubes and surrounding area which can result in the hearing loss and tinnutis you are epxerieincing. ... (3 replies)
TMD/TMJ Question??
Apr 18, 2008
... but if you are asking if tmj can affect or cause ear problems such as ear ringing, humming or high pitch noises or whistling, stuffiness or congestion or a sense of hearing loss or muffled sounds, pain in and around the ear, popping or cracking sound within the ear, etc., yes, it can. ... (4 replies)
A few questions
Jul 5, 2005
... My chief complaint that led me to my GP and then a neurologist and then my dentist and then eventually my TMJ specialist doc was headache. ... (4 replies)
... At least that is what the traditional theory says. It causes vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus and hyperacusis. ... (11 replies)
... TMJ can definitely cause earaches and headaches but does not cause ruptured eardrums. ... (2 replies)
My TMJ Story
May 25, 2004
... lets just say I have had TMJ probably 10 years now... who knows how i got it.. Braces, being punched in the face, car accident.. i dont rememberr which specific incident that brought it on. ... (4 replies)
... This is a copy of the surgery consent form. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all. Well, after months and months of being on the inner ear boards...here I am. ... (6 replies)
... It is now well known that TMJ can cause ringing in the ears. I have also read that TMJ can also cause hearing loss. But I cannot find information on why that happens. Does anybody have hearing loss associated with TMJ? ... (1 replies)
... but if the underlying condition hasn't changed or worsened, I suspect that your pain will not go away. Also it is important to control pain not only for quality of life but you can get into chronic pain conditions. ... (13 replies)
... to breathe thru it, tell myself tomorrow is a new day, I might feel better. I'm glad to have met someone with the intense desire to protect their ears. I have no hearing loss according to my tests, and normal middle ear pressures even when symptomatic, but I feel like I can't always hear right. ... (14 replies)
... I know that dealing with this TMJ stuff can be extremely frustrating. It is made even worse since there really isn't a "specialty" in this area and neither the medical nor dental fields take it fully on. ... (14 replies)
... and eventually developed some "numbness" in my ear lobes as well. There were many nights that I was up at night with the pain and wanted to cry so badly because of the pain. I went to my ENT a few times. He is an excellent doctor and has helped me with other issues for many years. ... (6 replies)




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