Vestibular Neuritis

Also known as Vestibular Neuronitis, it is the second most common inner ear or vestibular problem, after BPPV. This is inflammation caused by an infection in the inner ear organs or the nerve connecting the inner ear to the brain. Vestibular neuritis can be either...
Dental Vertigo: What Causes It?

Dental Vertigo: What Causes It?

Dental vertigo is a common complaint among my patients. Many of my patients experienced vertigo at or after the dentist. In this article, I will share five causes of dental vertigo. 1. Neck When you are reclined in the dental chair with your head turned to the side,...
Blurry Vision: What you Need to Know

Blurry Vision: What you Need to Know

If your vision is blurry, the first two professionals to consult are most likely your primary care physician and your eye doctor. The eye doctor can check your vision to see if you need new glasses. If you have recently gotten new glasses, it is possible the...

Vestibular Hypofunction

Vestibular hypofunction means partial or complete permanent damage to the peripheral vestibular system, or inner ear, which can result from trauma, infection, or lack of adequate blood flow in the inner ear. This permanent damage can range from 1% to 100%. Vestibular...

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