Have you been spending a significant amount of time trying to decide if you should just come right out and ask us about your toothpaste use and dental hygiene habits during your next visit (or, if perhaps this is stuff you should already know, so you worry we will be disappointed in the question)? Here’s exactly what you need to know: Such questions are always welcome, we will never judge you, and the more you ask, the better you get at brushing, flossing, and everything else! For now, we can offer some significant help to ensure you’re headed in the proper direction.
Nobody likes dealing with headaches. Even more frustrating is feeling that there must be headache relief within reach but not having any idea how to find it. For starters, we are pleased to tell you that we can help you achieve that relief if the problem is, in fact, smile related (which you may be surprised to learn is very common). Not sure how your smile could have anything to do with your chronic discomfort? Consider some possible causes and schedule a visit today!
Would you be able to answer, “Yes!” if we were to ask if you deal with any type of dental anxiety? If so, we have a feeling that this is getting in the way of your professional dental care in some form or fashion. As is usually the case, feeling nervous, scared, uncertain, and hesitant about coming in for the visit you need is keeping you away from the care you would otherwise feel comfortable receiving. While we know what a frustrating experience this can become, we would like to make a suggestion: Call us and tell us how you feel. We can help!
If you can get to it early enough before your headache relief visit, we encourage you to keep a headache diary. As you may have already noticed when someone asks you about your chronic pain, attempting to fully explain what’s happening can become a little bit challenging. How to describe your discomfort when there don’t seem to be the right words to explain? We can help you by offering suggestions for things to track. Remember, even if you don’t have the time to track the details, our recommendations will allow you think about explaining headaches in a clear way.
Have you noticed that ever since you had a problematic tooth removed, you have been dealing with more headaches? Perhaps you have decided that your dental extraction related headaches must mean that it’s the extraction itself that is causing some type of problem. What we encourage you to recognize is that in most instances, it’s the loss of your tooth and the open space remaining in your smile that has caused you this issue. Learn more, so we may help rectify this situation.
You might call it an oral appliance, you may refer to it as a mouthguard, or some other type of name for a device that goes in your mouth and fits over your teeth. Whatever the case, you’ll find that there are a few common instances in which you will be required to wear a mouthguard to keep your smile safe. Let us provide you with some additional information, so you see that this type of therapy or protection can prove quite impressive.
When the main goal of your daily life at the moment turns into discovering a way to achieve headache relief, you may start feeling like you’ll try anything. Before you assume you need a newfangled device or a super medicine, we invite you to visit our practice. With the help of an advanced diagnostic system called TruDenta, we can find out exactly what’s causing your problem, how to fix it, and we can even provide treatments. Find out more, so you understand what makes our approach so full of benefits.