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... spasm problem originating with the teeth. The connection is a small muscle calle...d the tensor veli palatini. ... (3 replies)
... My problem with pain associated with TMJ was a muscle spasm so the muscle was very hard. It was the masseter, pterygoid medialus, and tensor veli palatini. The last muscle gave me ear aches because it controls the opening and functioning of the inner ear. ... (32 replies)
... There was a HUGE amount of discussion about this muscle on this very board Cymy Sue and others... ... (3 replies)

... spasm problem originating with the teeth. The connection is a small muscle called the tensor veli palatini. ... (17 replies)
... lar question last week, when Plato asked about noises in the ear...pain, crackling, popping in the ear, etc...it's all related to the eustachian tubes and a tiny muscle that closes the tubes. ... (1 replies)
... There are a number of ways in which earaches can be related to dysfunction of the jaws. Very often, pain will be referred to the ear area, when, in fact, the irritated area is not the ear but the jaw joint or one or more of the surrounding muscles. ... (18 replies)
Ears
Apr 28, 2006
... All the literature states that TMJ can cause ear fullness as well as other related ear issues. I have had ear issues for over 10 years. And just recently, have I discovered that it may be TMJ related. ... (13 replies)
... Neurologic disorders that cause objective tinnitus include palatomyoclonus and idiopathic stapedial muscle spasm. ... (0 replies)
... Taut bands of the medial pterygoid muscle prevent the tensor veli palatine muscle from opening the eustachian tube. ... (9 replies)
Pterygoid Muscles
Oct 30, 2002
... The Tensor veli palatini has a number of functions, including involvement in the closing of the eustachian tubes. This tube connects the throat to the middle ear and keeps the air pressure in the middle ear the same as that of the outside atmosphere. ... (7 replies)
... I agree with Thelma...the noises you hear in your ear are most likely related to eustachian tube dysfunction, which is related to TMJ disorder. I have the exact same ear problems that you describe. ... (2 replies)
... t notice any pain relief or ear improvement. ... (17 replies)
Lightheadedness
Jan 21, 2002
... nervous system. The brain receives its messages from the joints, ligaments and muscles. Many doctors have cited the traumatic malrelationships of the TMJ with ear structures that are close in proximity as a cause of vertigo. ... (3 replies)
... If you've been to other doctors and a medical cause cannot be determined, there is a strong possibility that it is being caused by a spasm in the tensor tympanic muscle of the middle ear. This will also cause fluctuations in the hearing level. ... (5 replies)
... nervous system. The brain receives its messages from the joints, ligaments and muscles. Many doctors have cited the traumatic malrelationships of the TMJ with ear structures that are close in proximity as a cause of vertigo. ... (6 replies)
TMJ question
Nov 3, 2009
... reason why you are dizzy and light headed is due to the muscles in spasm being related to the ear. the muscles are the pterygoid medialus and tensor veli palatini. the first muscle controls part chewing and in conjunction with the second controls the Eustachian Tube. ... (6 replies)




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