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TruDenta Treatment System in Ames, IA

Precision Headache & Migraine Diagnosis

When chronic migraines or headaches aren’t responding to treatment, they deserve a closer look.

TruDenta certified doctors use the latest diagnostic technology to closely examine the musculoskeletal system of the head, neck, and jaw to find any signs of the inflammation and tension that can lead to chronic headaches or migraines.

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Chronic Headaches & Migraines

If you’re suffering from chronic headaches or migraines, you’re not alone — frequent migraines affect 3% of Americans, and painful tension headaches affect over 20% of people worldwide.

Chronic head pain sufferers are 3x more likely to become depressed, and also are more likely to have anxiety, fatigue, and trouble sleeping.

Preventative medications attempt to prevent migraines and headaches before they start—typically beta blockers, anti-seizure medication, or antihistamines.

These medications only work for about 40% of the people who take them, and even then only reduce the frequency of episodes by an average of 50%.

TruDenta Treatment System

Early Morning Aching
  • TruDenta’s different technologies work together to reduce pain and inflammation from the very first session, with the end goal of creating a complete and lasting resolution of symptoms.
  • No injections and no medications means no unpleasant side effects.
  • The whole-body approach combines state of the art ultrasound, cold laser, microcurrent, and trigger point manipulation techniques.
Finding And Treating The Underlying Cause
  1. Bite Force Analysis — this TruDenta technology is able to analyze and display the different forces at play in your mouth and jaw, right down to how much pressure is exerted by each individual tooth.
  2. Range of Motion Analysis — TruDenta’s ROM system measures any abnormal or restricted movement in your head and neck in order to narrow down potential causes and create a specialized treatment plan.
TMJ Disorder

TMJ Disorder

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is where your jaw connects to the side of your head. It needs to be able to move up and down and side to side, as well as handle the enormous forces that the jaw can exert.

It one of the most complicated joints in the body, with a specialized structure and tissue makeup. An estimated 10 million Americans also suffer from TMJ issues.

Jaw, Face, Neck, Or Ear Pain

The many nerves present in the jaw can result in pain appearing in nearby areas, and can cause pain or tenderness in different locations even if the jaw itself does not hurt.

If the jaw does not move as far or as easily as it usually does, it might be a sign of problems with the TMJ. Other common symptoms include the jaw locking in an open or close position, as well as clicking or popping noises during movement.

There Are Several Factors That Could Be At Play:
  • Stress is an important factor — it frequently increases muscle tension in the jaw, which creates imbalances over time.
  • Any kind of physical trauma.
  • Dental work, orthodontics.
  • Any quirk in your eating habits, or grinding of the teeth.
  • Or it might just be time — your mouth and jaw are made up of living tissue, and can shift as you age.

TruDenta Treatment System

  1. TruDenta’s different technologies work together to reduce pain and inflammation from the very first session, with the end goal of creating a complete and lasting resolution of symptoms.
  2. No injections and no medications means no unpleasant side effects.
  3. The whole-body approach combines state of the art ultrasound, cold laser, microcurrent, and trigger point manipulation techniques.

Take control of your pain. Discover more about TruDenta today!

Just add your details to the form below and we will get back to you.
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