Dentists aren’t generally the first healthcare professionals people think about when they experience facial pain or headaches, but they should be. Even if you have thought that your headaches and migraines were related to some other problem (like sinus, eye problems, hormones, or genetics), the truth is that your dentist is where you should look for results that you haven’t found anywhere else. Maybe your CT scan or your MRI were normal, maybe the Ear Nose and Throat doctor said your ears look fine, maybe you’ve seen 4, 5, or 6 doctors and the only answer so far is medication.Read More
There has been a lot of buzz lately about electrolytes and migraines. According to numerous blogs written by migraine sufferers, MDs and scientists, electrolytes can sometimes stop a migraine or prevent one from occurring. But is there any truth to this?Read More
Did you know that migraines affect 1 billion people worldwide? In fact, it’s actually the third most prevalent illness in the world. Despite the pervasiveness of the disease, many people fail to realize just how serious and debilitating migraines can be—let alone how challenging they can be to treat.Read More
If you’re struggling with TMJ disorder, you’re not alone. More than 10 million people in the U.S. suffer from issues with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), located where your jaw connects to the side of your head. TMJ disorders can be chronic and debilitating for people who are afflicted, often sending them on wild goose chases searching for the right treatment to free them of pain. Fortunately, treatments have evolved and improved over time, with a range of options now available to treat TMJ disorder.Read More
Chronic migraine sufferers know the feeling all too well: Your head is pounding; you feel sick to your stomach; the light in the room feels like it’s blinding you.
Some who have continuous migraines can tell exactly when they’re coming on, but many people don’t actually know whether they’re getting a migraine or a regular tension headache. We’ll help you understand what makes headaches and migraines different.Read More
Too often, dental care is treated like it’s optional—but for many people, it’s the only real option they have to identify and resolve chronic pain. Medically necessary dental services are specifically designed to prevent disease, infection, and orofacial pain, a general term for any pain felt in the mouth, jaw, and face. A qualified dentist can provide these types of services, and they may even be covered by your medical insurance provider.Read More