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138 Migraines Headaches Tinnitus & Malocclusion – Rosenthal

migraines, headaches, pain, dental occlusion, tinnitus,

Headaches, migraines, and tinnitus often arise as a result of undetected, under recognized & correctable dental malocclusion challenges.

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  1. Rob B. on 01/07/2018 at 2:49 PM

    Malocclusion intrigues me as a potential cause for my headaches, particularly as my bite is unusual – an entirely open bite with my only two (2) points of occlusion being a single set of molars on each side. I would like to contact Dr. Rosenthal for any relevant insight or information he might offer but I find no link in these show notes(?) Are you able to please direct me or otherwise assist in making contact?

    (By the way, discovery of your podcast over the holidays has been a profound unexpected benefit of the suspension of new podcasts from my regular menu! I am now an enthusiastic listener.)

    Many thanks.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 01/09/2018 at 5:14 AM

      Many thanks, Rob – our guests are terrific. Dr. Rosenthal has retired, but I would check out the links here to find others so inclined. I have another guy here in Va Beach who shares his opinions – just don’t have his name at this moment. Are you in VA?

  2. Ryan K on 08/12/2017 at 8:36 PM

    Great talk, I have a couple questions!

    1. How could malocclusion and/or grinding cause light sensitivity–a hallmark symptom of migraines?
    2. If plastic nightguards are not suggested, how would nighttime clenching be avoided?

    Lastly, what other avenues would you explore if you were dealing with unexplained tinnitus for several months aside from discussing with ENTs/neurologists/chiropractors? I’m currently have a plastic dayguard and a plastic nightguard as per my TMJ dentist…It has improved my bite so far in a couple weeks of treatment, but I still have sore face muscles i.e. masseter.

    I won’t accept unexplained “atypical migraines” as a diagnosis! Will continue to search for the root of the problem.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 08/17/2017 at 4:37 AM

      I’m not the expert on these matters and suggest you contact Dr. Rosenthal at the links in these show notes. As you know after listening he is much stronger on precise malocclusion correction by correcting oral/teeth structure instead of simply using bite guards. Thanks for weighing in,

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