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How do jaw problems cause tinnitus?

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Do you have jaw problems? Sometimes tinnitus is caused by temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), a group of conditions that affect jaw movement. Damage to any of the muscles, ligaments, or cartilage in that area can lead to the hearing problem. Easing TMJ symptoms should help.

From: Do I Have Tinnitus? WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on January 24, 2018
Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on January 24, 2018

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