Dr n. med. Agnieszka Laskus
dr@laskus.pl

Headache and tooth illnesses

Could migraines be caused by untreated cavities in tooth or teeth grinding?

It’s difficult to define it precisely. A little dental trouble for example small cavities definitely aren’t reasons of migraines. However habit of crimping or tooth grinding could cause muscle tension, which actually can cause headaches. Sometimes its’ reason may be ailments of temporomandibular joints, which are results of malocclusion. Occasionally inflammation associated with tooth manifests itself as a pain radiating to different head’s places. To check it out it’s necessary to consult it with dentist.

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