Other people who have really worn teeth or when teeth have worn down, your jaw position actually shifts. So, that can also cause a lot of stress in the muscles in your head. Therefore, a lot of people who may not grind and clench, but their teeth are really worn because they used to be a grinder or clincher, they can often get migraines as well due to the fact that their jaw position is not at a comfortable position. So when we build the teeth back up and put the jaw back into the position that it should be, the migraines will disappear as well.
So hopefully that gives you a little bit of insight into whether toothaches and migration are interrelated or not. If you do get regular toothache or migraines, we would love to see you to see if we can help. Simply give us a call, direct message us on social media, or complete the enquiry form on our website. See you in the next video.
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Toothache can be multifactorial. It could come from the tooth or the gum surrounding the tooth, your jaw or muscles, or sometimes even your sinuses.
The cause of a toothache could be due to many various factors. It could be because something is wrong with your actual tooth, or it could mean that something is wrong with the gum around the tooth.