Posts Tagged ‘ facial pain ’

Don’t Let Apprehension Destroy Your Oral Health

Oct 8th, 2012 | By

The feeling of uneasiness that accompanies many people to their dentist’s office is not uncommon. In fact, that uneasiness can often be strong enough to prevent some people from making the trip at all. The rationale behind such trepidation is not entirely sound—if you avoid the dentist for fear of having your teeth worked on,

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Common Causes of Facial Pain and Headaches

Feb 10th, 2012 | By

We treat headaches and facial pain Have you seen your family physician or an ENT specialist for your chronic facial pain and still haven’t received a proper diagnosis? Are those over-the-counter analgesics and sinus medications not providing any relief at all? It may surprise you to discover that your facial pain and headaches may be

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Temporo-Mandibular-Joint (aka TMJ) Dental Treatments

Feb 1st, 2012 | By

We shed light in the mistery area of TMJ Treatment Have you been popping sinus medication or migraine pills for your chronic headaches and getting no relief? Have your ears been hurting even though your physician has found no sign of an infection? If you’ve had mystery symptoms with no discernible cause, you may need

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