Tinnitus Finally Gone

After being introduced to biological dentistry 17 years ago, I learned several things that have built the foundation for my dental practice. First, the human body is designed to heal itself, and will continue to do so, if given the opportunity. Second, from major organ systems to basic cellular components, our bodies will function in a holistic fashion that will support and maintain a healthy disposition.

As a biological dentist, it became quite clear to me through my own professional experiences and clinical evaluations that the oral cavity is certainly no exception to these rules.

When there is an imbalance in the mouth, it can create significant compromises to other parts of the body as well. Bacterial infections and material sensitivities are the two biggest dilemmas that I constantly see causing health issues with our patients.

Once these imbalances are corrected, not only is the mouth healthier but patients begin to comment on improvements with their overall health and wellness, such as, more energy, improved digestion, eliminate sinus congestion, reduced back spasms, and improved mental clarity, to name a few.

Welcome to the “Tooth-Body” connection. Although this may be a difficult concept to grasp at first, it has been a constant theme that I’ve promoted in my practice for years.

During the next several months, I’d like to share with you a few of our patient testimonials that I think you’ll find both interesting and educational for anyone who wants to learn more about the health benefits that biological dentistry can offer.

Patient Success Story:
“I had been experiencing tinnitus for about 3-4 years. It concerned me as it was getting louder as time went on. I had an earwax problem at that time and thought ear cleaning would also help with the tinnitus but it did not. I started having my amalgam fillings removed quadrant by quadrant. It wasn’t until the last quadrant of mercury fillings were removed that I noticed any changes in the tinnitus. Days later, I was just about ready to doze off to sleep when I realized there was no ringing in my ear, just beautiful silence.”

During this patient’s clinical evaluation, it was noted that her galvanic (electrical) current was much higher than normal in several of her mercury fillings. Simply reducing the galvanic current(s) by replacing the mercury fillings with tooth colored restorations made all the difference in the world for this patient. (Visit our website article entitled, Is There a Battery in Your Mouth?)

If you are experiencing tinnitus and would like more information regarding the effects that galvanic currents may have on your hearing, please feel free to contact our office. We’ll be happy to provide you with a free evaluation during the next month to determine if there may be a dental connection to this annoying, ringing sensation in your ears.

About Dr. Michael Rehme, DDS, CCN

Dr. Michael Rehme, DDS, CCN is one of the few Biological (Holistic) Dentists in St. Louis, MO and the U.S. that are Certified Clinical Nutritionists (CCN). He practices Biological Dentistry that includes mercury free, tooth colored fillings; healthy dental materials; balancing body chemistry; and nutritional therapy. For articles and information about Biological Dentistry (also referred to as Holistic Dentistry) and patient success stories visit www.toothbody.com or call his office 314-997-2550. Attend a free monthly presentation and discussion by Dr. Rehme on Biological Dentistry the third Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm and his dentistry office in St. Louis. Please call to verify the date.

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47 Responses to Tinnitus Finally Gone

  1. jim July 11, 2013 at 2:41 pm #

    well I hope my tinnitus gets better, am having a dentist remove all 7 of mine on july 22nd!!!…….

    • Glenn February 13, 2015 at 9:17 am #

      Hi Jim,

      It’s been quite sometime from you post. Have you had any relief from tinnitus after having your filling removed?

      Thank you.

  2. Jessica Romer September 30, 2014 at 4:23 am #

    I swear that once I had my dental work done bridges, and metal in my mouth my ears started to ring, and when I press on my teeth my ear rings, but before I am going to pull all the metal out of my mouth, as I have had caps, and partials before but never this type of metal, and would like more information as I took all soughts of tests, MRI, MRA, etc all is normal, saw ENT, all is OK except fo rhearing loss and want to know how the metal in one mouth can affect their ears, they are two separate organs, but I thought if I took the dental work out and have NO TEETH, how would I feel as well, but what is the choice, dentures, or ringing I would take dentures any day, but need to know first that is the reason my ears are ringing other than audiotoxic drugs, past chemo, etc.

    • Dr. Michael Rehme, DDS, CCN September 30, 2014 at 1:02 pm #

      Feel free to give us a call at the office to discuss your options for evaluation and treatment options: 314-997-2550. If you live beyond the greater St. Louis area and need to find a biological dentist closer to home, there are a number of directories available online:

    • KM August 27, 2016 at 8:46 am #

      I came across this site as a search about pressing on my teeth causing ringing. More pressing, more ringing volume.

      I do not have any metal in my front teeth, but when they are pressed outward from within the mouth (with my thumb) a ringing is induced.

      When my filled teeth (rear amalgam filled ) are pressed from the inside toward the outside I can create a similar effect. This however, leads me to believe that in my case it is not the amalgam galvanic properties, but more likely pressure on nerves in the head bone structures and/or nerves since the effect is actually stronger from the push on the front teeth with no amalgam or metal of any type.

      • Tanisha Kelly September 7, 2016 at 2:05 pm #

        I’ve had steadily progressive ear ringing for nine years, along with symptoms of swollen sinuses, blurry vision, feeling feverish, swollen lymph nodes periodically, trouble speaking, chills, heavy tension in my neck and shoulders (my neck cracked loudly whenever I turned my head and was sore every morning). My previous dentists and doctors couldn’t find anything wrong. I had ex rays, CAT scans, MRIs, ultrasounds, you name it and they all showed no problems. I went to the hospital or several occasions because I was scared but they couldn’t find anything. I had absolutely no symptoms of having any type of tooth problem.. Until finally, and blessedly, a few days ago I developed nerve pain in one of my lower back teeth. In 2009 I’d had both my wisdom tooth and the tooth next to it filled not with metal but with the tooth colored stuff. I’d had root canal work done on the wisdom tooth. I went to the dentist today because of the pain. She did ex rays but they showed nothing wrong with either tooth. So she did the hot and cold test to see which one was problematic, with some sort of cold liquid from a can (I couldn’t tell exactly which one the pain was coming from). We figured out it was my wisdom tooth that was hurting. She extracted the tooth and a miracle has happened for me today that I must share, out of joy and to help others. ALL of the symptoms I mentioned above started to go away precisely right after the tooth was extracted. It’s as if they’re melting away and very rapidly. That’s the only way I can explain it. I have antibiotics but the symptoms are going away simply because the bad tooth was removed.. The message I have for everyone is to always have your doctor do a very thorough exam on your teeth when you have any of the above symptoms, especially ear ringing (mine had gotten loud and regular). I’d been so scared and started to think I had some serious unrecognizable disease or a diseased immune system when it turned out that all I had was a root canal infection that had caused no tooth or gum symptoms for years.

        • Pierre Bedard November 16, 2016 at 4:29 am #

          Hello Tanisha,
          Good to read your resilience story with a happy ending after wisdom tooth extraction. Are you still free of ear ringing, two months after the extraction?
          I have tinnitus since Aug 15, 2016 and I am undergoing an orthodontic treatment that involves my wisdom tooth only since last summer. I had swollen sinuses, blurry vision etc. similar to you.
          Hope to hear from you!

        • Orla February 19, 2017 at 6:04 pm #

          Hi there I just read your info there on this page & could you please tell me if your tinnitus has stayed away ? Going thru a bad time now 🙁

        • Sas March 8, 2017 at 10:25 am #

          I am suffering from some of your above symptoms so bad.
          All xrays normal, had 2 rootcanal and crowns, all normal
          but sensitivity on biting hard stuff even like chips.
          Been to many dentist, no help, am scared to go to any dentist cause all is spending money with no solution.
          even while I am typing so bad sensitive and ear left side as though night insects are making sound. praying God that I get some solution. Migraines, sometimes even palpitation, feel like biting teeth. It’s gotten worse, also stiffness and pulling around my nose from this tooth area.
          They are asking me to take 3d exrays as last 2 years back normal, so now may be cracked tooth
          But they are not covered by insurance. Don’t know what to do.

          Thank you,

          • DanT September 2, 2017 at 7:51 am #

            I have all the same symptoms as the Tanisha, and more. Been dealing with Drs for several years. Same as you, nothing showed on Xrays – BUT, my dentist suggested I see a specialists who could perform a 3D Xray. The 3D Xray showed an infection in my upper molar – right up against my sinus cavities (which blocked the view on a 2D Xray).

            I’m having the tooth extracted next week and praying for the same results as Tanisha.

            Look into getting a 3D Xray – it will tell the story immediately

          • Rose Tucci November 10, 2017 at 3:49 pm #

            I buy a tooth whitening box from Walmart for under $10. I throw away the product and use the tooth guard in my mouth when I am sleeping. It helps to keep the headaches away and the jaw pain and alleviates the stuffiness. I have not found any relief from the tinnitus; constant ringing and screeching. Saving money to see about having root canals removed.

        • Kimberly March 22, 2018 at 2:14 pm #

          I could cry with hope after reading this. I’ve been suffering from tinnitus for 14 months. Developed high sensitivity in a tooth. X-rays show nothing. Finally went to dental specialist… who did the hot/cold test and mri on a crown. I had a root canal next week. Could it be that this is the problem? I never thought I’d be looking forward to a root canal! Here’s hoping!

          • David June 26, 2018 at 1:07 am #

            How did you go with this Kimberly?

  3. Corina Popescu July 31, 2015 at 5:39 pm #

    I had braces for 2 years, clear ones on my upper teeth and metal ones on my bottom teeth. I removed them dec 2014 and got a permanent stainless still retainer on my bottom teeth and a Hawley retainer on my upper teeth. Do you think this might have anything to do with my tinnitus. It’s a high pitched continuous sound that started somewhere Nov 2014 and it hasn’t stopped until now. I have also noticed that since aug 2014 I started developing trigeminal paresthesia and it was very strong during the month of december 2014 and ian 2015 when I received my retainers… The trigeminal parestehsia, resembled the sensation of bugs crawling under my skin on the scalp, forehead, nose and cheek bones. My jaw was not affected. I still have this paresthesia sensations on my scalp, forehead and checks but is not as strong as it was in dec 2014, jan 2015. I also have chronic nasal congestion and flu like symptoms since oct 2014, which only got worse with time. Only garlic and a good night sleep seems to help. My symptoms resemble a lot mercury intoxication, but I don’t have root canals, don’t have amalgam feelings and don’t eat fish or meat, just on occasions used to, and only salmon, trout. About a month ago I ate a lot of cilantro for 2 days in a row, 2 bunches, and I had symptoms of poisoning, with my blood pressure dropping at 60/35 Hg and irregular heart beating. After about 2 weeks I have noticed on one of my nail fingers a white line that matched the date in time when I ate the cilantro. The while line on my nail bad grows with the nail, and extends on the entire width of the nail. I researched this and looks like it’s a Mees Line, tell tail sign in Heavy Metal Poisoning. Could this tinnitus and formication sensations on the scalp of my head, forehead and checks be the result of mercury intoxication? I was probably chronically exposed, but how long does it take in a chronic mercury exposure to start having pareshesia and tinnitus, flu-like symptoms, where nasal congestion is very bothering and upsetting.
    Thank you.

    • Office August 4, 2015 at 10:54 am #

      Unfortunately, we can’t comment or offer advice on specific, personal dental health situations on this blog. You can contact our office directly instead: (314) 997-2550 or use our main contact form.

    • Karen March 7, 2016 at 12:53 pm #

      Look into a low salicylate diet.

    • KM August 27, 2016 at 8:48 am #


      Please see my recent post. If the retainer is creating pressure on the teeth (which I suspect it has to to some extent) it may be causing the tinnitus.

  4. Karen Falbo January 8, 2016 at 3:12 pm #

    I have 2 titanium dental implants in my mouth. Any link there to tinnitus, from which I suffer?

    • Office January 12, 2016 at 4:47 pm #

      It’s certainly possible. You may want to consult a qualified biological dentist who can do an exam and testing to evaluate your oral-systemic health situation.

    • KM August 27, 2016 at 8:57 am #

      I am not a medical professional. I have heard of people that have had cracked teeth due to amalgam fillings not heating or cooling at the same rate as the tooth material. I was told that drinking hot or cold drinks creates a difference in temperature between the amalgam and tooth, because the amalgam is slower to change than the tooth, and maintains its initial temperature longer than the tooth. Thus the amalgam does not contract or expand at the same rate as the tooth.

      In the case of tinnitus caused by possible pressure on or in the tooth, the above (anecdotal) information would seem to lend credibility to the issue of pressure causing tinnitus, regardless of internal (from amalgam, titanium, etc.) or pressure from a device such as bridge or retainer, braces, etc.

      My own experience shows that ringing can only be created from an inside-out pressure. But, I have know way to compare with other individuals’ experience.

  5. Barbara September 29, 2016 at 10:08 am #

    I was just wondering I have a slight hissing sound and clicking in my left ear! As I had a root canal done last year and since I had it done I have like a dull ache in it on and off! I went for a second opinion and the new dentist told me that my last dentist done a bridge and one of the teeth was not strong enough to hold the root canal, he said I have a space in the tooth now so maybe this is causing the ache! I clean and floss my teeth regularly and I am unsure what to do now! Do you think this condition is causing the problem in my ear! I hope I was able to explain this OK for you! Many thanks if you can get back to me.

    • Office October 4, 2016 at 12:25 pm #

      Unfortunately, we can’t comment or offer advice on specific, personal dental health situations on this blog, but we’d be glad to speak with you directly about your concerns. You can contact our office by phone at (314) 997-2550 or use our main contact form.

    • nichola August 27, 2017 at 11:21 am #

      yes yes yes i absolutely think this is causing your problem mine too

  6. Elvis Gove June 27, 2017 at 11:08 pm #

    I exp. Ringing in thr ears…when i apply presdure to the msndible n maxilla the soundvsmplifys….years ago i went to the Delawr clinic on a school program the dentist said i needed filings…(I too think the ringingbis caused by the fillings).most recent i visited sn ent specialist years ago….they blamed the cochlea…saying my ears dont recieve sll decibsls n thats whete the ringing comes from…i am in cobstsnt distrsction n xoned out from the ringing…

  7. Dave K July 14, 2017 at 10:07 am #

    Had tinnitus 24/7 right ear for 4 months. Could not be helped by any doctor. Finally it came time for my annual dental Xray. Culprit was found – cracked tooth root.

    • James September 28, 2017 at 1:34 pm #

      Dave, please may I ask you which teeth? I think my severe tinnitus is coming from my front tooth that has been chipped and repaired twice… very sensitive… Drs and Dentist are lost! Lots of misery and $$…. thank you!!

  8. Waqas July 25, 2017 at 4:09 am #

    just came across this post , pardon for bad English its not my first language
    my T started 4 years ago , it was mild and sometimes loud gave me depression and such but then i get used to it and it went very very low , i use to eat my food from my left side anyways 6 months back i got a pain in my right uper end tooth, the dentist did a whole in my tooth and wanted to do my root canal , i didn’t do it yet .. so i started eating from the l left lower end teeth and after that i started exercise and chewing gum so much like all day .. and then i developed my T again this time it louder .. anyways the pattern is the same … its like one day my T is very very low not even there and the next day its loud and then so on so on .. whenever i open my mouth completely it increases the volume in my T whenever i clench my teeth it increases the volume. whenever i open my jaw i sometimes hear the crackling sound at the left end side of the jaw as well … my T is always on the left side sometimes it feels like its in the head too but never ever on the right side, what do you think about this ? plus my teeth are hurting these days as well , its the mango season here so whenever i eat mango my left teeth does hurt anyways my question is may be my T is because of the jaw and teeth but dentists here tell me that T can never be teeth related . plus my teeth need braces too … today i am having louder T and i bet tomorrows when i wake up i will feel the T in the morning and after that no tinnitus for the day .. if my loudest Tinnitus is 10 then for a day after i feel like its 1, 2 or even 0 .. complete silence.. may be its got to do with jaw movement or elasticity that one day its hard and next day its soft … any tips would be appreciated .. once again sorry for the bad English .. thank you

    • Office July 25, 2017 at 12:28 pm #

      Thank you for sharing your story, Waqas. We are sorry you have been having to live with this. Your best bet is to have your teeth evaluated by a biological dentist. Both the IAOMT and IABDM have online directories that may help you find a biological dentist near you (they are global organizations):


      TALKInternational also maintains a list of mercury-free, holistic and biological dentists around the world: http://www.talkinternational.com/holistic-biological-mercury-free-dentists-directory/#!directory/map

    • nichola August 27, 2017 at 11:20 am #

      look up TMJ…. Jaw disfunction

    • Dee June 21, 2018 at 11:58 am #

      Did you ever find out what the issue was? I have the same EXACT type of tinnitus and after a very loud day it’s low and then the cycle repeats. You have what it called Somatic Tinnitus – it’s tinnitus can be modulated (this is very common). It’s tricky because even though jaw/teeth issues can cause tinnitus, the fact that it can be modulated by the jaw does not mean it is always the cause. I have also thought about the nerves “exhausting” themselves after a loud day causing a low day to follow. I also have a dull ache in the whole row of my top upper teeth.

  9. nichola August 27, 2017 at 11:18 am #

    i absolutely believe my tinnitus came on due to my root canal treatment either they hit a nerve and i have nerve damage (makes absolute sense) or I now have TMJ as a result of having mouth open so long…i never had a problem before and i have several metal filling that I dont think are the problem …

    • Tony January 19, 2018 at 4:18 am #

      Same here. My tinnitus only came on with a (botched) root canal. Same side as the ear with the tinnitus.

  10. Winterheart December 3, 2017 at 7:19 pm #

    Hello to your wonderful office. I have some of these symptoms and I am wondering if you can recommend some holistic dentists for Canadians. If not, for me it’s definitely worth a trip to come see you otherwise.

    • Office December 9, 2017 at 2:19 pm #

      Thanks for your good words! The three main North American associations for biological and holistic dentistry all have searchable directories on their websites:


      If you don’t find a suitable dentist near you, we’d be glad to see you here. Just give our front desk a call, and we can talk with you about your needs and grouping your appointments to make the most of your time here: 1-314-997-2550.

  11. Raj March 27, 2018 at 10:14 pm #

    Hi, are there any biological and holistic dentist in South Africa? Tks

  12. Valerie Gallo April 23, 2018 at 11:11 pm #

    Neck pain, tinnitus started around February 2018 when I was sick. Have to get lower left wisdom tooth extracted and 2-3 broken off yeetj on upper left side out and one in same spot on other side. Those roots have been in few years. All kindza physical problems showing up. The tinnitus is unbearable. I’m not sure if it’s the teeth or taking Augmentin. I’m on Clindamycin now because I have a metallic taste in good & water in my mouth.

  13. David April 24, 2018 at 7:41 am #

    Those of you talking about blurred vision, tinnitus and cracking joints should read up on the adverse effects of fluoroquinolone antibiotics such as Ciprofloxacin, Levaquin, Avelox etc.

  14. Sasgram April 25, 2018 at 10:10 am #

    I had 3d xrays last year, except for one dentist and one ortho a probable removal or retreat of root canal, oral surgeon directed me to neuriologist and need to get mri brai scan to rule out some possibilities.
    But yes, my tinnitus, teeth sensitivity, stiffness, pulling feeling around tooth, nose, eyes, weird feeling in head…all worth getting a scan to get clarity.
    Awful experience, since 4 years , but worst since few months.
    Please mention if you have your type dentists in suburbs of Chicago area or any general advice.

    • Office April 25, 2018 at 12:57 pm #

      Yes, there are a number of biological dentists in the Chicago area, and consulting one may bring more clarity to your current health situation. All three of the main professional organizations for holistic and biological dentistry have searchable directories you can use to find a practitioner near you:


  15. jpl June 2, 2018 at 12:12 pm #

    To whom it may concern
    I am 55 years old, I live in Madrid. A dentist put me four titanium implants two months ago on the right side of my mouth, two above and two below. After two weeks, I started to have pain in my ears and after 4 weeks an increasingly loud and very high beep in the left ear, and I also had it with less intensity in the right ear. With the days the beep became stronger and it was already unbearable. I could not sleep, I could not concentrate. I had an MRI of the ears and the Dr. did not see anything abnormal. He told me it was tinnitus and that he had to learn to live with it.
    I found the connection between tinnitus and implants on the Internet (article “Do you have a battery in your mouth?” And others.) I started to investigate and I remembered that on the right side of my mouth I had two nickel-chrome or nickel alloy crowns. There were indeed galvanic currents in my mouth as a result of the different alloys: titanium (a very noble metal that was the cathode) and the crowns (which were acting as an anode). I saw in Internet that also tinnitus is more pronounced on the anode side (on the left), which was another indicator that my tinnitus could be produced by the galvanic currents.
    I went to the dentist who put the implants (7 weeks after) and I explained what I thought was happening. As the implants were embedded in the bone, with no metal part protruding above the gums, I deduced that the electric current traveled from the crowns to the implants (the electrons go from the anode to the cathode) not through the saliva but through the interior of the jaw and anterior part of the skull. The electric current looks for the path that offers the least resistance and I assumed that it would not be through the bone or tissues but through the nerve, in this case the trigeminal, because the nerves are made to conduct electrical impulses and therefore their electrical conductivity I suppose it will be greater. The problem is that the galvanic current that was running through my trigeminal nerve (which connects several cranial nerves including one of the ears) is of an intensity several tens or hundreds of times higher than the normal nerve impulses. That was surely irritating the nerve and could be the cause of tinnitus and algiacusia.
    The dentist was very surprised and said he had never had any similar case. I persuaded him to immediately remove the crowns, because the beep was unbearable, which he did. That same day I went to the otorhinolaryngologist and told him the possible explanation for my tinnitus and he told me that one thing (galvanic currents) nothing to do with the tinnitus.
    After removing the crowns, I had no more than one type of metal in my mouth, the titanium of the implants. Tinnitus continued with the same intensity several days but on the sixth or seventh day it started to go down. It kept going down day after day and yesterday and today (day number 14 and 15 since I took off the crowns) are the first days that tinnitus has completely disappeared. I hope it continues like this and that it never appears again.
    A week ago, when tinnitus had not yet disappeared, I consulted a reputed neurologist and explained the case to him, and he answered that it was very likely that the tinnitus was due to the galvanic currents. I was recommended to take vitamin C, 10 grams in a single intravenous (diluted in serum), once a week for 4 weeks (which I am doing).
    I also dealt with a homeopath on the days of removing my crowns, but I can not say what treatment he gave me. His remedy was very good for me.
    I could not prove with 100% evidence that what caused my tinnitus were the galvanic currents but it seems very clear that it was the cause. I hope that my experience will help someone to be free of the martyrdom of tinnitus.

    • Cindy Brinkman September 25, 2018 at 8:52 am #

      This sounds like my case. Did you ever replace the crowns? What work was done when the tinnitus disappeared?
      Thank you!

  16. Gary August 6, 2018 at 11:13 pm #

    Can you please tell me if there are any reputable biological dentists in Sacramento… I have failing teeth and gums (periodontal disease) and have had loud T for 1.7 yrs
    God Bless

  17. Don August 10, 2018 at 11:19 am #

    I had pneumonia and it ended, I thought with tinnitus in my left ear. It was so loud and was really getting to me. At the same time, I was having a lot of trouble with a tooth. The only original part left were the roots, rest being material. I finally had the tooth removed and voila, my tinnitus disappeared. I’m thinking it was a sinus condition that caused tinnitus, which ended when my tooth was removed.

  18. Jeannie September 21, 2018 at 2:53 pm #

    On referral from my regular dentist, I went to see a specialist. I had one tooth missing and the one next to it was bad, so it was removed and a bone graft done in Dec. 2016. I was told after it healed, they would do dental implants. Two days after the bone graft, I started getting intermittent, high-pitched ringing in my ears (it actually seemed more like the middle of my head instead of my ears).

    When I went back in for a check-up a week later to see if the graft was healing properly, they told me it was all in my head and what they did wouldn’t cause the ringing. They told me to go to a hearing specialist, which I did. They said they couldn’t find anything wrong and I have perfect hearing. They said some of their patients have told them they are having the same issue after dental work.

    When it came time to have the implants done, I refused because each time I brought it up, they acted like I was crazy. Once I went in for an appointment right after work and had forgotten to take my toothbrush to work to brush before I went. When I arrived for my appointment, I asked if they had one of the disposable toothbrushes and their exact words to me were, “No we don’t give those out. We don’t care if your teeth are clean, that will give us more business.” I was shocked they actually said it, so I never went back for the implants.

    When I went back to my regular dentist, I told them what happened and they told me they had never heard that before and that I should continue to look into my hearing. They were the ones who sent me to the specialist, so I’m assuming they are a team. I also told them I was getting pain in my back upper tooth and thought it was either cracked or had an infection. They did xrays and said they didn’t find anything.

    Over the past almost 2 years, the ringing has continually gotten worse and after another xray, they still can’t find anything wrong with the pain in my tooth. Fast forward to today and now the ringing is literally non-stop and very high pitched. It doesn’t seem to be in my ears, but inside my head and I can feel pressure inside my head.

    I’m beginning to wonder if I have a cracked tooth of if it could be my wisdom tooth because the back two are very close together and it’s hard to get dental floss in between them.

    Is there anything I can do to get it to stop, other than suggesting I see another dentist?

    • Office September 25, 2018 at 4:10 pm #

      Unfortunately, we can’t offer dental or medical advice on this blog. We can say that the solution is going to depend on the cause – if it’s a case of galvanism, nerve damage, or something else.

      So it would be to your benefit to consult with a biological dentist near you, who can do a full examination and health history to track down the root cause. With that info, you can decide on an appropriate source of treatment. All three of the main professional organizations for holistic and biological dentistry based here in the US – the IAOMT, the IABDM, and the HDA – have searchable online directories.

      Or, if you like, you can phone our front desk at 314-997-2550 to let us know a bit more about your situation so we can offer more specific guidance to help you find some relief from this difficult problem.

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