Headaches & Migraines
Don’t Suffer From Headaches & Migraines
Did you know that headaches and migraines can be caused by poor dental health? Grinding your teeth, TMJ pain, wisdom teeth pain and sinus issues can all trigger headaches and migraines. So instead of taking Tylenol to stop the pain, why not look to solve the real problem? ConfiDENTAL has the experience and skills to help you with your headaches and find the source of your pain. We will conduct a dental examination to determine what is causing you to have headaches and migraines, and come up with a treatment plan to stop it permanently.
What Dental Issues are Causing my Headaches & Migraines?
While you feel a migraine in your head, the cause may reside in your mouth and jaw. There are a few reasons as to why your dental health can be triggering your headaches and migraines, including:
- TMJ disorder which puts unnecessary pressure on your jaws
- Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding, is another way in which you are placing unnecessary pressure on your teeth
- Wisdom teeth that are impacted or growing at an improper angle
- Some infections and cavities
If you suspect that your dental health is causing you to experience headaches or migraines, make an appointment with us today.
Helping You With All Your Dental Health
Don’t suffer in silence when you have the opportunity to get dental treatment for your headaches and migraines. After a consultation, our dentists will determine what is causing you the problems before coming up with a treatment plan for you. With a wide range of dental services available, including night guards, TMJ treatments, wisdom teeth removal, and more, we can get you the relief you deserve. Don’t miss out on life because of your headaches; get the treatment that will help you in the long-term. Call our Airdrie dental clinic today to make an appointment with our team.
If you wake up in the middle of the night struggling to breath, or if you snore constantly, you could have one of the many signs of sleep apnea. Book an appointment with us today to get tested.
There are two distinct treatments for sleep apnea – CPAP devices or snore guards. Our dentist will discuss which treatment will help you with the severity of your condition.
There is a huge difference. Custom-fitted sports, snore and night guards perfectly fit into your mouth and provide you with long-term support and protection. Over-the-counter products do not offer the same level of protection for your teeth or jaw.
You can relieve your TMJ pain with jaw exercises, lifestyle changes, medicine, and most commonly, night guards. Speak to our dentist today to find the relief you need.