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Ringing in Your Ears is a Symptom That Could Point to a Jaw Problem


Posted on 12/23/2021 by Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery
Ringing in Your Ears is a Symptom That Could Point to a Jaw ProblemAll you should hear when you are in a quiet place is silence. However, this is not the case in some people because they experience the opposite of it. They to experience high-pitched ringing, a constant or, or even roars. These constant sounds in the ears can make it difficult to focus and prevent relaxing. If you experience any of these symptoms, it could signify tinnitus. This oral condition causes distractive noises whenever one isn't talking or listening. It is a disturbing condition that has also been linked with jaw problems. Experiencing these problems could be a sign that you have the temporomandibular joint disorder.

TMJ and Tinnitus


If there is a constant ringing sound in your ears, it could be a sign of TMJ. When the jaw is damaged, it could affect your healing process. According to research, nearly half of those with tinnitus symptoms have TMJ. It is essential to know that various factors could contribute to this condition. Some of them include hearing loss, blockages in the ear canal, and sudden exposure to loud noises.

Most cases of tinnitus tend to be temporary, but it is common to experience permanent cases. With TMJ affecting the area around the jaw joints, your ear is directly affected. It has a firm disk responsible for linking up all the bones in the jaw. This makes it difficult to open your mouth, chew, or speak. Significant damage to the jaw will make you start hearing a ringing voice in the ears. Tinnitus could also be a sign of TMJ. While most people tend to confuse them, they have distinct symptoms. This is why it is vital to know which condition you have. Visit our offices for more information on TMJ and its effects on your ear.

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