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Does smoking cause eagle syndrome?

4 doctors weighed in
Dr. Brian Dyess
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial
2 doctors agree

In brief: No

Eagle' s syndrome is an elongation of a bony process from the inferior portion of your skull.
It may be due to several medical conditions or arise spontaneously, but it is not a response to tobacco use.

In brief: No

Eagle' s syndrome is an elongation of a bony process from the inferior portion of your skull.
It may be due to several medical conditions or arise spontaneously, but it is not a response to tobacco use.
Dr. Brian Dyess
Dr. Brian Dyess
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry

In brief: Eagle syndrome

In this abnormality of styloid process, most causes are unknown or due to bruxism. Smoking is not a cause.

In brief: Eagle syndrome

In this abnormality of styloid process, most causes are unknown or due to bruxism. Smoking is not a cause.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Steven Koos
Surgery - Oral & Maxillofacial

In brief: No

Elongation of the styloid process and calcification of the stylohyoid ligament - eagle's syndrome - has nothing to do with smoking.

In brief: No

Elongation of the styloid process and calcification of the stylohyoid ligament - eagle's syndrome - has nothing to do with smoking.
Dr. Steven Koos
Dr. Steven Koos
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