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... I.Ear problems, including infection of external, middle or inner ear, ringing in the ear, hearing loss or equilibrium problems. ... (2 replies)
... I believe the ear ringing is associated with muscle tension cause by TMJ. About 10 years ago one of the very first symptoms I had was dizziness that lasted a few weeks. ... (13 replies)
... :confused: They sure give you a lot to think about. Now I just wonder. I will talk to the different dentist and confer with my personal dentist and see what he thinks. I trust him alot. He is the first dentist I let do thousands of dollars worth of work on my mouth so far. I need two small replacement fillings and a cleaning and I am done till I decide what to do. Joyshow (3 replies)

... I.Ear problems, including infection of external, middle or inner ear, ringing in the ear, hearing loss or equilibrium problems. ... (3 replies)
... This is a copy of the surgery consent form. ... (5 replies)
... I.Ear problems, including infection of external, middle or inner ear, ringing in the ear, hearing loss or equilibrium problems. ... (18 replies)
Tmj and ear pain
May 15, 2005
... The symptoms you are experiencing with your ear may be solely related to TMJ problems. My 17 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with TMJ. ... (15 replies)
... I had bilateral disc replacements with ear cartilage with my first arthroplasty. The cartilage was sutured into place. I've never heard of a pin to hold your original disc in place. ... (11 replies)
... Extensive bone grafts due to low grade infection since surgery in 1988. ... (17 replies)
... hI Elayne What would you suggest if you were in my shoes? I am just curious. I have been on a totally soft food/ liquid diet for years, I can't open, far at all, can't shift from side to side or move lower forward. Loud clicks and pops. I don't know the measurments. I can't even get some dental work done because of my limited opening abilities. I am disabled already. So... (49 replies)
... Yes, the headaches will lessen for awhile but only until all the nerves and muscles that were cut during surgery grow back. When these nerves rejuvenate, it may be worse than the pain you are dealing with. ... (49 replies)
... I.Ear problems, including infection of external, middle or inner ear, ringing in the ear, hearing loss or equilibrium problems. ... (7 replies)
... It is not a ringing noise and has not affected my balance. ... (1 replies)
... I am sorry, I can not warn you enough, when I read the stories of others on the board what they have gone through with surgery and the needless pain and suffering, it breaks my heart. ... (1 replies)
... I have the following still after surgery, so I agree surgery does not cure all your problems. ... (25 replies)
Surgery???
Jul 21, 2003
... Hi Shelle :wave: Welcome to the board. I am so sorry you are feeling so bad with your TMJD. I too have a very narrow palate. It took me 2 years and 13 dentists to finally find out in March of this year that I have TMJD. My symptoms were: Fullness in right ear Ringing in the ear Pain in the ear Pain, right side of my face, Numbness right side of face, running... (9 replies)
... Thank you for the further info, I find myself researching everything under the sun with symptoms remotely like mine, which obviously leads me to scary information.....and then its back tot he boards reading others symptoms and each time I hear anyone with a hint of the same symptom I have, it is a little reassuring and thank you again for sharing such detail with me. I... (7 replies)
... My ear ringing comes and goes. It was really bad last winter. My ear still hasn't popped though. I can tell a difference in the tension around my ear though now that I'm a couple months into therapy. The ear doesn't hurt as much. ... (7 replies)
... I don't think i have tmj ... But i have had ringing and pulsing sounds in my left ear . Mine i believe has come about when a few years back for no apparent reason... I developed pain in my left ear it due to fluid buildup. ... (48 replies)
... but right now I'm in a hurry, I will try to explain more later about how the ears relate to the muscles if you're interested. Basically, believe it or not, your ear problems are most likely related to the tense muscles in your face. ... (6 replies)


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