Tinnitus is a Condition Affecting Millions in the U.S.
Tinnitus may be a complex and misunderstood condition, but it is still somewhat common. In fact, it is thought that tinnitus affects about 12 million Americans! About a million of those who suffer have truly severe tinnitus symptoms that almost never cease. Lasting tinnitus relief is hard to find, though many have tried through consultations with doctors, medication use, home remedies, and other techniques. If it were easy to solve then no one would have tinnitus, but that’s not the world we live in.
Diagnosing and treating tinnitus presents numerous hurdles to well-intentioned care providers. A major problem is that auditory anomalies can be caused by so many things, some of which might include: head/ear trauma, neurological damage, allergies, foreign objects, loud noise exposure, inner ear infections, or neuromuscular force problems.
Sometimes determining the root cause of Tinnitus is simple and other times it seems nearly impossible. When there’s no obvious cause like repeated exposure to loud noise over time, or some kind of traumatic accident, health care providers and patients alike should be looking for neuromuscular problems like bite force imbalance as potential root causes.
Tinnitus Has Been Linked to Dental Force Problems
Testing and diagnosis of tinnitus using standard diagnostic protocols may not reveal the root cause because the condition is so different from one patient to the next. In the absence of an obvious root cause for tinnitus, symptoms may be brought on by bite force imbalances in the mouth and other neuromuscular problems in the head and facial regions. A diagnostic exam from a neuromuscular dentist can tell you if this is possibly the case with you.
Indeed, imbalanced dental-related forces can explain many of the symptoms that might fall on a list of potential tinnitus symptoms — ringing in the ears, whooshing noises, white noise, hissing, clicking, popping, whistling or roaring sounds, pulsation or throbbing, tingling in the ears, etc. The list is long.
If you suffer from Tinnitus symptoms such as these and want to determine if bite force imbalances or other neuromuscular force dysfunctions are at the root of the condition then call us for help. Our tinnitus diagnosis protocols were designed to uncover neuromuscular causes for tinnitus. Furthermore, tinnitus treatment at Cranberry Headache & Migraine Relief Center could set you free if neuromuscular force problems are involved.
All of the structures within your head and neck -- the ears, facial muscles, jaws and teeth -- must work together. If there is disharmony, tinnitus can occur.
The diagnostic tools available at Cranberry Headache & Migraine Relief Center can uncover the neuromuscular force problems often associated with tinnitus.
If other tinnitus treatments have failed you, schedule a diagnostic examination at Cranberry Headache & Migraine Relief Center today.
No more noise.
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Lasting relief from Tinnitus starts with a proper tinnitus diagnosis. We use cutting-edge diagnostic tools and examination protocols to expose root causes for tinnitus. Get correctly diagnosed and get answers.
Tinnitus treatments at Cranberry Headache & Migraine Relief Center involve no drugs, needles, or invasive surgical procedures. Also, our tinnitus treatments are customized to a patient’s individual needs.