Contact the University of Maryland Medical Center. In general, outcomes for tinnitus are not great, I have to warn you. But UMMC has the best outcomes, and they are constantly doing research in this area.
Best of luck!
I have Tinnitus in my right ear. From my research and discussions with my otolaryngologists it is a symptom of the Stapes (stap-ez) not being able to vibrate in the middle ear. Essentially, the Stapes is adhered by a lesion to the "oval window" which separated the middle from the inner ear.
The condition is correctable by a Stapedectomy. The biological Stapes and oval window are replaced with a prosthesis and small section of skin from the body. The results are quite good with a success rate of about 98%. Considering the alternative of living with Tinnitius, I'd say the odds are in our favor. The Tinnitus may also be minimized by a hearing aid. Unfortunately, most insurance doesn't cover hearing aids whereas the surgery will porobably be covered.
I am scheduled for my Stapedectomy in September. I recommend that you research all of this on the internet and discuss a plan of attack.
Best of luck.