Did you know that problems with your teeth, jaws, and overall oral health can trigger migraine headaches?
The temporomandibular joints (TMJ) are the hinges that connect your jawbone to your skull. In some cases, TMJ pain can travel to the skull and cause migraine headaches.
If your migraines are triggered by a TMJ disorder, our dentist may be able to help you find relief from pain. Call our office in Plymouth, Michigan to schedule your appointment with our TMJ dentist.
Migraine Headaches Solutions
Does Grinding Teeth Cause Migraines?
Yes, grinding your teeth at night can cause migraines when. Signs of teeth grinding include worn tooth enamel, chipped teeth, loose teeth, and jaw pain. If you’re not sure whether your migraines are caused by teeth grinding, schedule an appointment with our TMJ dentist as soon as possible.
How Can I Stop Grinding My Teeth?
Our TMJ dentist in Plymouth MI can create a custom night guard to treat TMJ disorder caused by unconscious teeth grinding. A night guard for TMJ can help alleviate pain that might have otherwise traveled to your skull and caused migraine headaches. The night guard prevents teeth grinding by forming a protective layer between your upper and lower teeth.