Migraine Treatment

Pittsburgh Migraine Treatment


One common cause of migraine headaches is tooth grinding or clenching. Also called bruxism, this condition is often a result of stress or anxiety. For many people, tooth grinding or clenching happens when they are sleeping, so it can be extremely difficult to stop the behavior on your own. Bruxism can lead to a wide range of dental and general health problems, including:

If you suffer from migraine headaches in Pittsburgh, our experienced neuromuscular dentists can help you determine if the cause is related to a jaw alignment issue such as TMJ. At Dentonics, we use state-of-the-art diagnostics and a range of neuromuscular dentistry treatment options to effectively alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with chronic, debilitating migraine headaches.

If you’ve struggled to find relief for your migraines, you may want to see if neuromuscular dentistry solutions can help. Please call 412-487-6910 today to schedule an appointment at our Pittsburgh dental office.

Migrain Treatment Options

There are a range of treatment options for migraines that are caused by bruxism or TMJ. Although TMJ is a common condition, the underlying causes can be complex and the condition is often misdiagnosed and mistreated. Consulting with Dr. Frye is the best way to make sure you receive an accurate diagnosis of your condition. This will ensure the right treatment for your particular case is recommended.

Dr. Frye use advanced technology to analyze your bite and accurately assess your underlying condition. This approach to migraine treatment allows for effective individualized care. Some of the most common migraine treatments we recommend include:

  • TENS Therapy: Transcutaneous electrical neural stimulation (TENS) uses a mild electrical stimulation to relax the muscles of the jaw and face. This deep relaxation allows your jaw to settle into its natural resting position.
  • Oral Appliances: Both fixed and removable oral appliances may be used to bring your jaw into alignment. Mouth guards may be used to protect the teeth from the wear and tear of bruxism.
  • Dental Restorations: Dental restorations may be used to help restore proper bite alignment.
  • Other Treatments:       Depending on your specific TMJ symptoms, we may recommend other treatments, including orthodontics, chiropractic treatment, massage or physical therapy.

Contact our Neuromuscular Dentist for Migraine Treatment

If you live in the areas of Pittsburgh or Allison Park, Pennsylvania and would like to learn more about individualized migraine treatment, please contact Dentonics using the form on this page or call 412-487-6910 today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Joe or Dr. Charles Frye.

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