So I'm lucky enough to be very close to Mass Eye and Ear, and I'm dissatisfied with the lack of curiousity that ENTs and audiologists have shown in my case so far so I'm looking to go further to see if there's anything I can do to mitigate the pain. I still have a lot of questions that are unanswered regarding my situation that maybe an MRI and neurologic testing could point me in the direction of hope. So, potential tinnitus contributors I'd like examined: I have a long history of tooth grinding (bruxism) and a VERY powerful Romanesque jaw (but no super obvious signs of TMJ disorder) as well as seriously uneven and weak neck muscles, pressure in my head, chronic lightheadedness ("depersonalization") since I was 12. I also had lead poisoning when I was 4 (it was treated but still may have had lasting neurological effects). I suffer from depression but have no history of anxiety disorders. I have hearing that is well within normal ranges for a 21 year old (max. loss is 20db and thats at 16khz). My right ear is 0db up until 8k. It has a fluctuating whistle, almost like it cant decide what it wants to be. My left ear has minimal loss across the board and buzzes monotonously. I cant identify the pure tone frequency of either sound. My ABR, OAE, and Masked Word Comprehension are all flawless. I have been told time and time again by doctors that the minor loss doesn't explain why I have tinnitus especially given the perfect response to other tests. Both sounds change in texture, pitch and volume when I make basically any head movement. I do not have hyperacusis and my tinnitus doesnt react at all to sound. Is it worth it to see a neurologist to at least get an MRI? Is this the right doctor to ask these questions?