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Dr. Mike Deldar at Deldar Dental:
Ear pain can affect your daily life significantly. When you don't know what is causing your ear pain, it's hard to know how to get rid of it.
You have probably searched for "How do you relieve earache pain?" on the internet, and although Internet is an amazing resource for information, some articles can reflect contradicting causes, view points and treatment approaches.
When you are at the point to take action to get rid of your ear pain, but you don't know exactly what to do, you're not alone. I will try to provide you with answers to your ear pain questions on this page.
Dr Mike Deldar
Neuromuscular Dentist Noblesville / Indianapolis
Ear congestion, persistent earaches, dizziness, vertigo and ringing in the ears can all be traced back to temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD or TMJ disorder). Ear pain is a common symptom of TMJ disorder or TMD.
The jaw area is a complex network of muscles and nerves. When the bite is misaligned, muscles and nerves throughout the head, including the ears, can be affected. The most common and obvious effect is persistent ringing in the ears.
It can also lead to:
• Ear pain or discomfort (earaches)
• Impaired or restricted hearing
• Congested or stuffy feeling in your ears
• Sinus pain
By stabilizing and realigning your jaw, your bite will be restored to its normal position, relieving the problems in your ears caused by the misaligned bite.
Cannot take the quiet nights anymore when the ringing in your ears comes out in full force? Is the lack of sleep getting you down and are your relationships suffering? Is it hard to get yourself motivated and perform at work because you constantly feel exhausted?
You have been looking for treatment but you have no idea what you are dealing with and where to look for help. Has anyone told you you may be suffering from an inner ear condition called tinnitus?
If you have occasional, or constant ringing in your ears, wondering how to stop it has probably eluded you. Tinnitus (including headache and ear pain) is often related to a condition known as TMJ disorder.
People with TMJ disorder often experience a painful ear ache. However, the cause isn’t an infection. It’s the misalignment and inflammation of the jaw joint. With the jaw out of place, ligament traction is adversely affected. This can cause dysfunction, pain, and ear ringing.
Dealing with chronic ear ringing and ear pain can really impact your quality of life. Thankfully, you can put an end to the ringing and pain by treating your TMJ disorder.
Stop being afraid of going to bed and the noise in your head to come out. Take the 3 easy steps and say “Goodbye” to missing out on sleep and trying to make it through the day. Say “Hello” to a quiet night sleep and energy to enjoy the people in your life!
Deldar Dental provides family dentistry, cosmetic dental treatment options, restorative dentistry, neuromuscular (TMJ) dentistry, dental implants, snoring & sleep apnea solutions, oral health prevention, dental hygiene, periodontal gum care, sedation treatments, and orthodontics to the communities of Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, Lapel, Hamilton County, and surrounding areas.
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