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Fullness in ear and decreased hearing, slight tinnitus. Due to my grinding on that side?
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Dr. Anifat Balogun
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: See an ENT ASAP
There are a few things that can cause the symptoms you are noticing, including TMJ disorder or cranio-mandibular disorders.
Tinnitus, ear fullness and decreased hearing can also be symptoms of serious ear problems such as otosclerosis, meniere's disease and acoustic neuroma. I recommend you see an ENT for evaluation before writing it off as jaw, or TMJ related.

In brief: See an ENT ASAP
There are a few things that can cause the symptoms you are noticing, including TMJ disorder or cranio-mandibular disorders.
Tinnitus, ear fullness and decreased hearing can also be symptoms of serious ear problems such as otosclerosis, meniere's disease and acoustic neuroma. I recommend you see an ENT for evaluation before writing it off as jaw, or TMJ related.
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