Headache Treatment

Common symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders include:

  • A sudden change in a person’s bite
  • Dizziness
  • Earaches
  • Headaches
  • Hearing problems
  • Limited jaw movement
  • Pain in the face, jaw, neck, or shoulders
  • Popping/clicking in the jaw joint

If you are suffering from any of these symptoms and are also experiencing prolonged pain, it is highly recommended that you consult your Dentist. Your Dentist may be able to make a diagnosis of TMJ disorder while looking for the cause of your discomfort.

Dr Crighton is very experienced with regards to TMJ and occlusion problems ( the way the upper and lower jaws meet together). He graduated from Roy Hicksons occlusion course in everyday practice (2007). As a qualified engineer and with an M.Phil in Bio Mechanical Engineering this aspect of dentist is of specific interested to him. Dr Crighton completed his 4 year advanced Implant course (Oxford society of implantology) in 2008 with distinctions in all areas. On average Dr Crighton has done about 100 implants a year since 2006.

If you are experiencing pain, or any of the symptoms above there are often affordable, simple and fast treatments that can alleviate your symptoms.