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State of the Art Pain Relief for Migraines, Neck & Jaw Pain In San Antonio
TruDenta® systems have been designed to get at the heart of your headaches, migraines, TMJ, jaw pain, or face pain, which is why they are a preferred treatment in our San Antonio dental office. Through proven, state-of-the-art technologies in the fields of advanced dentistry and sports medicine, you can finally get headache and migraine relief in a way that will:
- Reduce your pain levels as well as the duration of pain
- Provide headache relief without dependence on drug-related solutions
- Give you control of your healing process
- Possibly even give you your life back — the one you enjoyed before all this pain took you down the path of “trying to cope”
It’s time to have a talk with your dentist and dental hygienist about how we can help you. A simple painless screening test can determine if TruDenta® is right for you. Our digital diagnostic technologies can even show you what might be causing your symptoms.
Q. What symptoms can be resolved at a TruDenta practice?
A. The majority of the patients we treat suffer from headaches, migraines, face/jaw pain, TMJ/TMD, and other recurring discomforts of the head, neck, mouth, and jaw.
Q. What can cause the symptoms resolved by TruDenta?
A. Improper or unbalanced forces within the head, neck, and jaw can be caused by a number of factors that include dental work, poor work posture, accidents, head trauma, and many other conditions.
Q. What should I expect during a TruDenta exam?
A. We can provide important, objective, diagnostic information which may help identify the causes of your symptoms. The examination includes a computerized measurement of the force balance in your mouth on a tooth-by-tooth basis, and a computerized measurement of the disability of your muscle movements. Then your mouth movements will be measured. With these easy, painless tests, we can expect to be able to see where your problems lie.
The remainder of your comprehensive examination will help you and your dentist pinpoint other related areas of mouth health, muscle health, tooth-related issues, and other potential problem areas that will be addressed during your treatment.
Only TruDenta dentists are equipped with this unique combination of diagnostic tools and education, which can often lead to immediate symptom resolution for patients.
Q. What is the TruDenta treatment process?
A. After completing an exam and providing a diagnosis, your doctor may prescribe a personalized program of therapy and rehabilitation designed to lead to lasting symptom resolution. The TruDenta treatments are painless and drug- and needle-free. The treatments are primarily performed by a specialist within the dental practice and utilize patented technologies, many of which are derived from advanced sports medicine therapy.
Q. What will I experience after the first treatment?
A. Depending upon your symptoms, patients often realize immediate relief and see objective improvement in their symptoms. See the testimonial videos from actual patientsafter their first TruDenta treatment here.
Q. What does TruDenta treatment cost?
A. It depends on the diagnosis of the individual patient, but in general, treatment cost can range from a couple of hundred to several thousand dollars. Our practice offers flexible financing options to make TruDenta treatment affordable to everyone. Please visit our Trudenta pain relief costs page for more information, or call our office to schedule a consultation.
Q. Is the TruDenta treatment covered by insurance?
A. It depends on your insurance carrier and policy. Call our office to schedule a consultation and we can explain your insurance coverage and/or financing options.
Q. What is the purpose of the TruDenta questionnaire?
A. An examination begins with a questionnaire. It is important to understand what issues and specific symptoms you may be experiencing and what might be causing them. This could include a history of accidents or problems you experienced many years ago. The more your doctor knows about you and your history of dental, head, and neck issues, the more likely we can help relieve recurring symptoms.