Been having tingling in face, pressure in ear, tinnitus in ears, lightheadedness, off-balance.?

The inner ear. Eustachian tube and facial nerve all come together near the TMJ (tempormandibular joint). I would want to make sure there was no tumor in that region putting pressure on all three structures. If you were cleared by an ent, then i would check your tmj. We have successfully treated patients with all these symptoms after other more serious possibilities are ruled out.

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