Do wisdom teeth effect the inner ear? I have 2 lower impacted wisdom teeth & i feel dizzy quite alot & was told it might be my wisdom teeth i'm 32 years old & had the top wisdom teeth pulled when i was 27, my lower wisdom teeth when X-RAYED were on the nerve line & the dentist said it could cause nerve damage & said its best to leave them in, I have normal blood pressure & i'm in good health just get this balance problem from time to time, so could the wisdom teeth cause this? has anyone heard of this side effect before? thanks & God bless all.
thanks for your reply & yes i have about 2 years ago & i wasn't found to have any know problem causing me to feel dizzy i shall be going to see an ENT this week, I was hoping the wisdom teeth were the cause of the problem but maybe not.
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