Pressure in my left ear and left side of face?

MD first, DMD second. See your physician to rule out a medical problem. If it is an ear problem then have the md (or referral) treat the problem. If it is a TMJ issue you will need to find a dentist who can diagnose what is wrong and then use a diagnostic phase to see if conservative therapy can address why you have a problem in the first place.

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