Tinnitus Relief with Los Angeles TMJ Expert, Dr. Eddie Siman.
Where to find propper diagnosis and tinnitus treatment for tinnitus relief and permenant tinnitus cure?
Tinnitus pain commonly known as ringing in the ears could be a symptom of TMJ. Many of our patients in our Beverly Hills and our Sherman Oaks offices have complained about tinnitus pain, ringing in the ears, ear pain or ear congestion without any relief from their ENT (Ear Nose and Throat Doctor) or other doctors. Most of our patients stated that they have been told by other doctors that there is no solution, and they just have to live with it.
That is because one of the difficulties with tinnitus cure is understanding the cause. Many people assume it must be something wrong with their ears and don’t even consider that their TMJ; the joints in their Jaw, could be a factor. A person with tinnitus pain often hears "ringing in the ears," but they may also hear clicking, whistling, or hissing sounds as well as ear congestion. This can lead to months or even years of suffering from pain without propper tinnitus treatment.
Is there a tinnitus cure?
In our Los Angeles office, many of our patients found tinnitus relief, or relief from ear-ringing pain, persistent earaches, dizziness, vertigo, or whistling in the ears. . . . which was traced to TMJ . To determine true tinnitus causes, the patient needs a proper diagnosis by a TMJ specialist or a TMJ expert, like Dr. Eddie Siman, who provides tinnitus treatment to many patients . According to the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain recent research found that correct TMJ treatment can improve tinnitus in 46-96% of patients who have TMD and coexisting tinnitus. A survey of patients taken two years after TMD therapy suggests that improvement is sustained over time.
How Is Your Ear Pain Correlated to your TMJ (Jaw) Joints?
Your jaw joint, or temporomandibular joint (TMJ), is very close to your ears, and so the ear pain can often be connected in unexpected ways.
Place your finger right before your ear canal while opening and closing your jaw. You can feel how close the jaw joint is to your ear. If the joint is misplaced, Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction, it can cause tinnitus pain by infringing on the space between the ear and the joint.
Why am I getting this Tinnitus Pain?
Technically, and medically, here’s what is happening: The over-activity of your jaw can make your ear canal sensitive, resulting in a myriad of symptoms.
Your ear has two important muscles: the tensor tympani (which attaches to the eardrum to stabilize it from excess vibration caused by loud sounds) and the tensor Levi palatini (which attaches to the Eustachian tube to help equalize pressure within the inner ear…it is what “unplugs” your ears when you chew gum or suck a hard candy in an airplane).
Because of jaw misalignment and over-compensation by these muscles, it can lead to a multitude of symptoms affecting your ears. These symptoms are caused by a strained bite when the jaw is not aligned.
Finding Propper Tinnitus Treatment
If you are tired of hearing that sound in your ears, Tinnitus Pain Relief can be a solution for anyone living in or visiting the Los Angeles area.
Call Today: (310) 746-5729 for a consultation to become one of our happy clients who have found relief for their tinnitus pain in our Beverly Hills and Sherman Oaks offices.