Eagles Syndrome is classed as having one or both elongated styloid processes, and/ or calcified stylo-hyoid ligaments which cause symptoms. ES can cause facial pain, as the styloid processes can irritate the facial nerves or the Trigeminal nerves which could cause the sort of pain you’re getting, if it was the side of the elongated styloid then it would definitely be worth getting checked out. Very rarely, the symptoms can cross over & be felt the other side, but this is unusual. It might be worth looking at the scans to see if the right is elongated- and also the angle of the styloid plus the width can cause symptoms. Doctors use different ‘average’ measurements to see if they’re elongated, anything from 1.5-4cms have been used! It’s also worth looking at the section on common symptoms in the Newbies Guide if you’ve not looked already-neck & throat pain aren’t the only symptoms, you might find there’s others you have but weren’t aware they were ES?
There aren’t many doctors familiar with ES- I’ve sent you a welcome message with a link to the list we have if you do feel you’d like to see someone for their opinion. And feel free to read up on discussions about surgery- there can be risks, and recovery can be a bit slow, so its not something which you should rush into. Some doctors inject lidocaine/ steroids into the styloid area, so this could be worth a try to see if symptoms are crossing over?
I’m not very technical about posting scans, have you tried using the download icon which comes up at the top of the discussion box when you post? or is it a more technical problem with the software?