Went to the dentist today to see if my tooth was the cause of my hearing loss. Took xrays and said the tooth with the crown looked fine.
X RAYS ARE VERY LIMITED AND FEW DENTIST WILL ADMIT ANY CROWN IS A PROBLEM.
He flossed around it, no blood and no pain.
VERY RARE THAT THE GUMLINE DOES NOT BLEED AROUND CROWNS....
He thought maybe it was TMJ related and referred me to a TMJ specialist.
THAT IS ABOUT STUPID, THERE SHOULD BE NO SUCH THING ON THIS PLANET AS A TMJ SPECIALTIST AND HIM REFERING YOU TO HIS BUDDY IS WARNING ENOUGH FOR ME TO NEVER WANT TO SEE THAT PERSON EVER AGAIN AND TIME TO SEARCH FOR A REAL DENTIST.
I've had TMJ issues for many years as I have a nasty habit of biting my cheek and probably grinding my teeth. I have a nasty click whenever I open my mouth.
TAKE HERAL CALCIUM MINERALS
TOOTH & GUM SPRAY AS WELL
HAVE A REAL CHIROPRACTOR PUT YOUR CHEEK BONES BACK IN PLACE.
My next step is to seek out a good chiropractor, maybe an upper cervical NUCCA person, to see if that is the cause. Never been to one before and with a desk job, probably a good idea to see one even if it my hearing problem is not spinal related.
JUST A "REAL" CHIROPRACTOR WILL DO!
Think I'll do a fruit smoothie diet for a while to rest my jaw and see if that helps. My jaw muscles were quite tender when he was pressing on them.
I don't feel like I've gained much today, but at least I know it's not tooth related and I have found someone who will eventually remove my mercury fillings. Gotta get this hearing issue resolved first.