Austin Subjective Hearing Loss Dentists
Many people are unaware of how influential the jaw can be on the rest of the body. In fact, it can be the root cause of a number of health issues throughout the human body. When the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) isn’t properly aligned, it could result in a number of painful and uncomfortable side effects such as jaw pain, shoulder and back pain, and even hearing loss. If you are suffering from subjective hearing loss because of an incorrect or misaligned bite, you need to talk to your dental professional about the possibility of neuromuscular dentistry repairing your bite and alleviating your symptoms.
Losing your hearing can have a number of devastating effects on both your professional and personal lives. At BridgeView Dental, we may be able to help you with some of these problems. To learn more about neuromuscular dentistry and what it can do to help your subjective hearing loss, contact an Austin neuromuscular dentist today at 512-347-8299 and schedule an initial consultation.
How We Can Help
Subjective hearing loss is termed thus due to the fact that it is not detectable (for the most part) by audiologists. This is because a person suffering from subjective hearing loss may not be able to hear certain sounds, while other sounds are almost unbearably loud. There is not much, if any, consistency in what sounds a person can or cannot hear.
When your hearing is compromised, all areas of your life could greatly suffer. Fortunately, you may be able to treat this hearing loss through neuromuscular dentistry. This form of dentistry focuses on how your nerves, muscles, joints, teeth work together. If your bite isn’t aligned, it can cause unwanted tension and pain that can lead to hearing loss and other side effects.
To speak with a caring and professional member of our staff about treatment options for your subjective hearing loss, contact an Austin neuromuscular dentist of BridgeView Dental today at 512-347-8299.