Migraine/TMD Pain Relief…From Your Sheboygan Dentist?

added on: May 16, 2019
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The Secrets You Need to Know Right Now

Do you struggle with migraine pain? Well, you’re certainly not alone according to these astounding statistics from the Migraine Research Foundation.

As it turns out:

  • Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. households includes someone with migraines
  • Amazingly, 12% of the American population (including children) suffers from migraines
  • 18% of American women, 6% of men, and 10% of children experience migraines
  • Migraines are most common between the ages of 25 and 55

If you’re plagued by migraine and TMD pain, then you should call our dental office in Sheboygan. We have extensive experience and advanced training to help you live a life that’s free from pain and discomfort.

How Can We Help You?

Head, neck, shoulder pain, dizziness, ears that are constantly ringing, teeth clenching and grinding, are all attributed to temporomandibular joint disorder or TMD. Did you know it’s estimated that over 10 million Americans struggle with TMD? Did you also know that migraines can be a symptom of TMD too?

If your daily routine or life is constantly interrupted by one or more of these symptoms, then you should call your Sheboygan TMJ dentist. We specialize in providing proven dental solutions based on the most advanced techniques and technologies to treat all of these issues and more.

“Dr. Korolewski truly has a passion for treating patients with TMJ. He is someone that will listen to you, care for you, and validate your concerns with his extensive knowledge of treating complex TMJ cases. My TMJ symptoms were debilitating including headaches, inability to chew properly and eat certain foods, and daily chronic pain. I feel like Dr. Korolewski has given me quality of life back.” – R. Grahn

Living in Pain? Please, Give us A Call!

The doctor and team at John M. Korolewski, DDS want to help you find the root or true cause of your pain and discomfort so that we can go beyond simply numbing symptoms with medication. If you’ve been battling persistent facial/neck pain and migraines, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our office. Let’s start the conversation about the ways we can help you enjoy life again.