I have been sick for nearly 2 decades (EBV, candida, adrenal fatigue, supposed Lyme, mthfr, clotting disorder, etc.), and have tried nearly everything out there to get well. The only area I have not explored is jaw cavitations. I have had all of my wisdom teeth and four molars removed when I was a teen. I also had braces and had two, non-cavity related root canals. Teeth wise, I do have TMJ, as well as phantom pain in a specific tooth that is two teeth away from one of the extraction sites. According to several dentists, no cavities in that area (in fact I've never had a cavity, knock on wood), and nothing wrong with it (though they were not familiar with cavs, nor was I at the time). I also have chronic neck and back pain, blurred vision, dizziness, anxiety, etc., all of which can be attributed to the other health problems I have, but many of the other health problems I have can also be attributed to cavitations. I have a dentist in Santa Barbara I am i interested in seeing (I live in S. CA), a Dr. Cynthia Copeland, but thought I would ask if anyone else had any other cav specialists they could recommend in my area. I know about Dr. Margolis in AZ, but cannot afford the trip to see him, nor do I have a way to go see him. Thanks.