Tampa, FL (PRWEB) August 04, 2012
Randall A. Diez, DMD, of General and Cosmetic Dentistry realizes that migraine headaches can be triggered by a number of things, including an unbalanced Temporomandibular joint. Using the TruDenta procedure gives Dr. Diez an opportunity to help relieve the pain or discomfort that many people experience because of problems with the TMJ. As a Tampa dentist, Dr. Diez is concerned about the health of his patients and provides options that can improve his patients' lives.
Tampa dentist, Dr. Randall A. Diez, knows that many people many not realize that their aches and pains may be dental related. Such things as teeth grinding and clenching; clicking, snapping and popping of the jaw joints; sensitive teeth; and broken teeth are likely to be thought of as dental problems. However, migraine headaches, limited neck and head range of motion, vertigo, and ear pain can all be connected to dental issues such as a dysfunction of the TMJ.
Dr. Diez uses the TruDenta Migraine Therapy system and its patented technologies to gather information about the causes of many of these symptoms. One device measures the bite forces and how they are affecting the neck, head, and jaw. It provides the doctor with a digital bite force analysis. Next, the range of motion within the head and neck is measured. Once the examination is completed, a treatment program may be prescribed.
Treatments usually include therapy and rehabilitation designed to provide some immediate relief as well as leading to lasting relief. Depending on how severe the diagnosis is, a patient may require anywhere from one to 12 treatments for complete treatment and relief. Each treatment lasts approximately 50 minutes. To learn more about the TruDenta Migraine Therapy procedure, visit dentist-in-tampa.com.
General and Cosmetic Dentistry is a general practice offering patients personalized dental care for Tampa, FL for over 25 years. Dr. Randall A. Diez received his bachelor’s degree from University of Florida, is a graduate from University of Florida College of Dentistry and Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies. He is educated in advanced anterior aesthetics, cosmetics and reconstructive procedures and occlusion I (biting function and related muscles and joints). Dr. Diez is certified in sedation dentistry, Invisalign, CEREC, Laser Dentistry and TruDenta Migraine. He is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the most recent FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment, and only two percent of dentists have his level of advanced education. To learn more about General and Cosmetic Dentistry and their dental services visit their website at http://www.dentist-in-tampa.com and call (813) 321-0074 or (813) 358-5750.