How Can A Dentist Help Resolve Recurrent Headaches?

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Florida Dentist, Dr. Bromboz, receives training in an area of dentistry not widely known that helps resolve chronic headaches.

Dr. Jonathan J. Bromboz recently returned from Tampa, Florida, where he successfully completed an advanced seminar in the diagnosis and treatment of TMJ problems and other chronic head, neck and facial pain not commonly associated with dentistry.

The Seminar was held at the Bay Area Center for Craniomandibular Disorders which was established in 1985 as a patient treatment center and teaching facility for doctors from throughout the world, by Dr. Ralph Garcia, Jr., who is recognized world wide as an expert in the field of temporomandibular disorders.

This kind of dentistry, called "Neuromuscular Dentistry," addresses headaches and neck aches. Patients that go from doctor to doctor, such as neurologists, chiropractors, nutritionists, ear/nose/throat, etc. looking for solutions for their headaches have found relief by having the "bite" addressed by Neuromuscular dentists. The bite is the way the teeth come together when you chew. In many cases this can be corrected easily. Dr. Bromboz uses special equipment, similar to an EKG, to measure the activity of the chewing muscles located in the head, neck and jaw. This advanced training is done by a limited number of dentists.


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