If you're suffering from headaches, TMJ, or chronic pain, there's only one name you need to know - Kevin Flood DDS. Kevin Flood DDS is dedicated to providing you with safe and effective herbal solutions to your tooth pain.
Keep in mind that herbal solutions are not cure-alls. For example, if you have broken teeth, they should be professionally repaired as quickly as possible to prevent further damage. However, herbal remedies may provide some relief until you're able to see your dentist.
Read through the information below to learn more about the types of issues we can treat with herbal solutions. Contact Kevin Flood DDS
today if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.
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Bruxism is a condition that is sometimes so mild that it doesn't even require treatment. However, it can also be frequent and severe. In these cases, bruxism can lead to jaw disorders, headaches, and damaged teeth among other problems.
People taking drugs to enhance bone density may be at risk of extremely rare but very alarming and dangerous side effects. Read through our Bone Drug Alert document
for additional details about the drugs you should be aware of and their potential risks.
Body Work, TMJ, and Chronic Pain
Resolution of jaw pain and headaches involves more than just a dentist. It requires bodywork. You'll experience the most effective results when seeking both treatments simultaneously than if these modalities were sought one after another.
Chronic pain can originate from a wide range of sources. Fortunately, over the past 25 years, researchers have been able to demonstrate that a high percentage of chronic pain originates from biomechanical structural imbalances in various body parts. Through bodywork and professional dental treatments, we can help to maximize the results of your pain reduction.
TMJ is a dysfunction of the jaw joint. It is probably the most misdiagnosed cause of chronic pain. It's estimated that the number of people affected with varying degrees of TMJ range anywhere from 25% to 80%. View our TMJ document
for additional information.