Can TMJ cause itchy achy deep ear pain? I have ear pain when swallowing, jaw clicks, sore under ear and neck. Dr says jaw opens crooked. It's annoying

Not typically. Have an ENT check you ear.
TMJ plus. All are symptoms of TMJ expect itchy ear. You may also have external otitis (swimmers ear). See ENT doc for ears. O/W see TMJ espert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals.
Yes. These are all typical TMJ symptoms. If your doctor has ruled out any ear infections, make an appointment to see your dentist or a dentist who treats TMJ dysfunction.
TMJ & many symptoms. Temporal Mandibular Dysfunction TMD has many symptoms. You have described some but not all. Seek a DDS/DMD or Oral surgeon who treats this condition. Many don't. Those with expertise can find a way to manage your problem. I have been doing so since 1981.

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TMJ diagnosis can it caused ear pain when swallowing? Sore under ear, temple, front neck muscle and ear pain when eating & swallowing. Jaw clicks too. : (

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Yes. With TMJ the symptoms can range from just annoying noises and discomfort to severe pain that can irradiate to most of the regions I your face, neck and head. The pain can intensify with chewing and of course swallowing. It is best that you seek the advice of someone in the field of TMJ such a prosthodontist who can help you. . Read more...
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