Has anybody ever heard that not having your wisdom teeth removed can cause problems to your jaw and somehow cause tinnitus or make it worse? I've gotten different answers about this.

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mindsteddy
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Every time I eat food or chew my t goes up and down in frequency can literally hear it I think t is something to do with these dentists messing with our mouths


pipewerner17
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Caimos en la trampa, yo cuando quise, pague y el doct hizo, hoy dia, la pfilosofia me dio todas las armas, y solo encontre, telepatia, y que susto...


u.magaly69
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Ive had the same suspicion. I'm 29 and just getting mine out on the 6th. I'm afraid it'll get worse... but maybe t will improve. I'm really scared but I'm praying it will improve things

lesleerifai4
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Will pray for you! I was so worried the first time I had dental work, but thankfully it didn't have any affect.

u.magaly69
Answered 1 year ago    reply

Thank you so much ❤️


swiller.h
Answered 1 year ago    reply

I always wonder..My T started around the time I was having some dental issues. Had a root canal on my third molar during a cold. Post nasal drip during the procedure. That night I felt my ear fill with fluid ( painful). Went to the Dr next morning and was referred to ENT. T started a few days later. I was concerned because my dentist recommended removing the wisdom teeth on that same side, but my ENT said it would not be a problem. Extraction had no impact on my T.

u.magaly69
Answered 1 year ago    reply

That's really good to know. It puts me at ease a little bit, thanks for sharing


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