Addressing Your Head and Neck Pain

Patients who are suffering from chronic pain and soreness in the head and neck rarely consider that their dental situation might be the underlying cause. Your teeth and jaw, as it turns out, are more directly related to a whole host of secondary health issues than many of our patients realize.

We revel in the delight we see on our patients’ faces when we let them know that our dental work can help alleviate some of the most frustrating issues with which they’re dealing. To learn more about how we can address your head and neck pain reach out to us and set up your initial consultation today.

What’s Causing My Head and Neck Pain?

Few things can interrupt your life like chronic pain. Dealing with migraines, frequent headaches, jaw pain, and neck soreness can limit your range of motion and put a serious damper on your ability to make the most out of life and enjoy yourself in the ways you deserve.

When you visit Dion Health, our team will put its extensive training and wide breadth of experience to work, working closely with you to find the root of your consistent head and neck pain. We’ll utilize our advanced techniques to diagnose your issue, before offering you a solution that will see you enjoying the relief you deserve.

How BOTOX® Can Help

Most people think of BOTOX as a purely cosmetic procedure, but did you know that it has a wide variety of dental applications, as well? We frequently find that chronic pain in the head and neck areas can be caused by problems with the temporomandibular joint. Careful injections of BOTOX can help patients find relief when this is the case. The treatment is quick, effective, and relatively painless, with results lasting for about three months. If you’re interested in learning more, reach out and set up your consultation with a member of our team today.

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