That muscle that connects from behind the ear to the clavicle is the SCM. Because in lies more anterior, if the neck spine is slightly forward or has lost some curvature it may cause this muscle to shorten and tighten.
Might be time for a different dentist. You might have irritated or even (temporarily) dislocated your temporomandibular joint, commonly known as TMJ. Of course, your pain might be a cavity but cavities don't tend to cause c
Sounds like you have caused a strain in your jaw joint. Depending upon you age-this could take a while to heal/return to normal. Go see your dentist for an examination and a good diagnosis. Your info...
I have two ideas:
1) Ask a dentist for an examination and treatment, and
2) Ask your physician or ENT spcialist for an examination and treatment.
What you describe could be either tooth related or sinus related-you need
Have you had previous injury to your ankles or foot? Also, it is possible that you have some type of nerve damage that is affecting your ability to pick up your foot. Foot drop occurs when you are cannot or have difficulty