His name is Tim Rohe (whose stage name is Tom Cassidy) and he did voiceovers until 2009 when his wisdom teeth extraction surgery went.
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Just the other day I wrote about the tragic story of a teenage girl who died after undergoing a wisdom tooth extraction surgery. Similar to the arguments I highlighted in that blog concerning the dangers of wisdom tooth extraction, another man also experienced some severe side effects after undergoing the common oral surgery.
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Over the last couple of years, Tom Rohe of Sunspots Productions, has been 30, 2009, I had a wisdom tooth extracted from the upper rear left.
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Take a look and see if you are able to share any tips or experiences that relate to what Tom is bravely sharing with us. Remember to comment on this VOX Daily with your thoughts. Some of you may have seen the video he has uploaded to YouTube. Over the last couple of years, Tom Rohe of Sunspots Productions, has been suffering from a debilitating vocal injury as a complication of a dental surgery he had in 2009. Getting your work done can be difficult, particularly if what you use to get your job done is not cooperating with you.
Tom Rohe shared this video a week or so ago detailing what has happened to him and is asking for help locating anyone who has done research in this area who might be able to provide him with some guidance.
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Thanks! Tom PS-this is how I used to sound: http://www.sunspotsproductions.com/SEARCHDEMOS/Demos/AN/Tom_Cassidy_AN.mp3. I’ve voiced for Nissan, Lenscrafters, Disneyworld, and literally thousands of commercials around the world under my theatrical name Tom Cassidy. I’m asking for your help. Please help. I’m learning sign language to help communicate, but I want to speak again. If you know of someone who might have the curiosity and skill to help solve this problem please send them my way. I’d been doing voiceovers full-time since 1986.
Soon after I noticed clicking in my jaw which was found to be TMJ displacement, but also I was slurring slightly. 30, 2009, I had a wisdom tooth extracted from the upper rear left. On Nov. By July 2010 my speech had become so impaired that I could no longer do voiceovers. Tom writes: Hello World! You can see here in this video that while my speech is uncontrolled I’m able to sound almost normal after taking an Ambien. A neurologist suspected trigeminal and/or sublingual nerve damage.
Tom Rohe lost his ability to speak clearly after a dental procedure gone and painful saga began in late 2009 after a wisdom tooth extraction.
Until two years ago, Tom Rohe was one of the top commercial voice-over guys in the business. But a wisdom tooth extraction on Nov. 30, 2009.