Tinnitus occurs for various reasons, such as depression, anxiety, and stress.
People develop this condition in their later years, but it can develop in people of all ages. Tinnitus is frustrating, especially when you do not understand where the sound originates. Most people have no external sound source — meaning the noise is considered phantom noises. Learn more about your tinnitus and find relief from Sherman Oaks & Beverly Hills TMJ specialist Dr. Eddie Siman in Sherman Oaks, CA. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Siman is considered a leading expert in TMJ, Sleep Apnea, and TMJ-related tinnitus in the Los Angeles area. Call today for your private consultation with Dr. Siman.
Sometimes the sounds you hear interfere with hearing the actual sounds around you.
The medical term for the ringing and buzzing in your ears is tinnitus. People who suffer from this condition often hear roaring, buzzing, whistling, or hissing sounds. For our patients in Sherman Oaks tinnitus can be a frustrating symptom when there is no external sound source, but it is most often due to an undiagnosed underlying cause. According to the American Tinnitus, nearly 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus.
The most common type of tinnitus is subjective — meaning you are the only one that experiences the noise. Objective tinnitus is more rare and is indicative when someone else can hear a pulsing or rhythmic pulsing sound emanating from your ears. Typically the sound is in sync with your heartbeat, and it may also be caused by blood flow issues, brain abnormalities, or brain tumors.
Dr. Siman provides non-surgical & painless proprietary, holistic treatments. His approach to treating TMJ-related symptoms distinguishes him from other medical professionals such as ENT’s, orthodontists, & neurologists. Dr. Siman’s clinical examination includes a diagnosis of your Tinnitus-related symptoms, including migraines, headaches, ringing in the ears, neck and shoulder pains, snoring, sleep apnea, and more.
Dr. Siman uses a CT-Scan to evaluate if TMJ is impacting your tinnitus and causing other pain or inflammation within your muscles. His thorough examination of your volumetric CT scan will determine if there is a close proximity of your temporomandibular joint to the structures of your ear since the temporomandibular joint is directly located in front of your ear. A simple test to locate the head of your TMJ is to place your index finger in your ear and move your jaw. By doing this, you can feel the proximity of the head of your TMJ to your ear canal. Research has shown that in a large percentage of cases, by reducing the pressure of the joint from the ear canal, tinnitus is improved, reduced, and in some cases, eliminated.
Dr. Siman assesses the position of your jaw to determine if your jaw is misaligned. Dr. Siman’s experience has shown a strong correlation between your jaw and your ear. By resetting the alignment of your jaw, he can position it where your muscles are tension-free, reducing the pressure on the ear, thereby relieving ringing in your ears in TMJ-related tinnitus.
Once a comfortable position for the jaw is established, Dr. Siman can customize an orthotic appliance for you. Dr. Siman is dedicated to giving his patients the best opportunity at reducing their tinnitus by modifying an existing FDA-approved dental appliance — giving his patients a practical and helpful way to improve their jaw position, alleviate snoring, and minimize chronic TMJ-related tinnitus in many cases.
Dr. Siman uses physio-therapeutic equipment technology to relax tense jaw muscles, control tongue movement, and improve the position of the jaw. The transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device sends electrical impulses to the muscles, decreasing the amount of tension in the muscle. This treatment is very effective and is a great adjunct to Dr. Siman’s holistic TMJ treatments.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is located in front of your ear canal, but if your jaw is misaligned, it causes the joint to push against your auditory structures and ear canal — causing your ears to ring. Studies show that tinnitus is eight times more likely to happen in people with TMJ disorder than without — showing a direct correlation. If you have been told by other doctors such as ENTs and neurologists that there is no solution for TMJ, you may consider thinking outside the box to discover if your tinnitus is TMJ related and seek appropriate treatment.
Find relief to your Tinnitus today with a free consultation in Sherman Oaks.
Dr. Eddie Siman is a premier expert cosmetic dentist, implantologist, TMJ, and Sleep Apnea expert with over 30 years of experience.
He is known for his ability to help patients suffering from tinnitus find relief by holistically repositioning the jaw without needing surgery or injections. Schedule your tinnitus consultation today. The TMJ Centre in Sherman Oaks welcomes patients from Los Angeles and Orange County. If you're experiencing ringing in your ear and would like to find out more about TMJ-related tinnitus Sherman Oaks & Beverly Hills TMJ specialist, Dr. Eddie Siman, can go help find out the cause and work with you to develop a treatment plan for it. Call us today!
Dr. Eddie Siman has over 35 years of experience and is a premier TMJ and Sleep Apnea expert in Los Angeles and Orange County. Many come to Dr. Eddie Siman with severe tinnitus, migraine problems, and sleep apnea with no relief in sight. Little do these patients know that their painful symptoms are tied to the Temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Think outside the box and pay a simple visit to Dr. Siman today so you can finally find the source of all your pain and get rid of it once and for all.
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