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... Although my hearing and the tinnitus flucuate, they have never completely gone back to normal. ... (3 replies)
... oh geez! Sorry to hear that.But it's good you got out and took a walk. My jaw tends to get tight after I walk a bit... don't know why... Why the blood? ... (24 replies)
... I am able to drastically alter my tinnitus by pushing my jaw against my hand to the left or right. This increases my tinnitus volume and proceeds with a loud hiss in my left or right ear for a few seconds. ... (0 replies)

... Hi I have TMJ with Tinnitus . Recently seen Integrated Dentist who adapted Dentures both lower and above which are both partial by adding height on both to level out my jaw. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 22 and i have been suffering from tinnitus for 4 years now and i tested my ears many many times and it was fine! ... (1 replies)
... Hi, T-Scan is not anything that innovative other than it is another expensive piece of equipment LVI dentist buy and then need to pay for by luring TMJ patients. Beware...this is a neuro-muscular dentist that will charge you thousands of dollars for appliance therapy and then phase 2 treatment. Do your research before you spend your money. This type of dentistry is... (7 replies)
... Tufts University has a TMJ Chronic Pain Clinic - they are highly regarded - I would suggest you make an appointment with them. (Another dentist is Dr. Scrivani - he was at Tufts but he is now at Boston Mass General. He is also highly regarded and specializes in TMJ and Chronic Pain. You need to get a proper diagnosis - have you had an MRI;CT scan of the joint? I don't... (7 replies)
... concussion syndrome because I fell backward on ice, and snapped my jaw shut in a traumatic way. ... (7 replies)
Tinnitus
Aug 1, 2013
... All my issues started with tinnitus then the jaw stuff came later. Hearing tested fine. ... (4 replies)
Tinnitus
Jul 31, 2013
... My jaw pain has improved greatly in the last five months, but that's a result of frequent physio and massage therapy. ... (4 replies)
Tinnitus
Jul 31, 2013
... I am having the worse time w my Tinnitus and my Jaw lately..its Unreal! You have No relief of your T yet? ... (4 replies)
... By the way, you've inspired me to watch my daytime jaw activity more closely and try to train it to relax more, so thanks for that! ... (11 replies)
... bad posture really triggers pain in the head and tinnitus for me. What might be important for you is seeing a PT who does orofacial trigger point releases. ... (11 replies)
... or has advice in the meantime. My jaw has had mild discomfort for a long time and it still isn't severe pain at all. ... (11 replies)
... which lead to a series of dental visits. The dental visits seemed to be the match that ignited the full spectrum of TMD symptoms for me, including tinnitus and hyperacusis. Even now, my tinnitus and head pain flare up after dental visit. ... (2 replies)
... it started immediately following a dental appointment. After much research I believe it may simply be due to overstraining my neck muscles after having my jaw wide for an hour. ... (2 replies)
... full like sensations throughout my left jaw and cheeks. My jaw also pops on the left side when opened wide. My jaw really doesnt hurt, just pops and tingles. ... (5 replies)
... Hope your tinnitus tones down a bit soon. ... (2 replies)
... On January of this year I started having tinnitus and on rare occasions feeling vibrations in my ears when hearing certain louder sounds. ... (3 replies)
... I had a lot of testing from my current TMJ specialist that confirmed I actually had TMJ and that my lower jaw was pressing back against my ear. It was an MRI that showed my the disc position the best. ... (14 replies)


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