The Best Holiday Gifts Ideas for Migraine Sufferers

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ Migraines, TMJ/TMD0 Comments

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Does someone you know suffer from migraine headaches? These types of headaches are excruciating and often debilitating. The pain is felt mainly at the top and sides of the head. However, it can extend to the face, neck, shoulders, and even tingling of the fingers. Understanding the causes of this type of pain can help you provide your friends and family members with assistance. For example, did you know that many people who suffer from chronic headaches actually have migraine headaches from TMJ? The TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is our jaw joint. If this joint is strained in any way, it … Read More

ADHD from Sleep Apnea: What Parents Need to Know

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Is it just me or are more and more children being treated for ADHD? Unfortunately, what many in the medical community haven’t been aware of until recently is that there is a link between sleeping disorders and behavioral disorders. Recent studies have shown that there is a strong link between sleep apnea and many behavior problems in children. This means that your child might not be suffering from actual ADHD. Instead, they may be suffering from the symptoms of ADHD from sleep apnea. What else do the studies show? And how can we help our children? ADHD from Sleep Apnea … Read More

A Warning From Your Local TMJ Dentist: Avoid the Lure of DIY Braces

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rubber bands are used for diy braces

Warning: Don’t try this at home! We’ve all heard those words from time to time, but I never would’ve expected to voice those words to my patients about orthodontic treatments. People are always trying to save a buck wherever they can. This leads to at-home medical and dental treatments that are, more often than not, ineffective and even dangerous. One such treatment that’s been on my radar over the last few years is do-it-yourself (DIY) braces. As a Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD or TMJ) dentist, the thought of anyone trying to treat their orthodontic issues on their own scares me. … Read More

Your Mouth is What You Eat

Dr. Mike DeldarGeneral / Family Dentistry, Oral Health0 Comments

family dentist talks about which foods are good for your teeth

If you are anything like most Americans, you probably believe that your oral health isn’t greatly influenced by what you eat. However, two of the most common diseases I see in my family dentist practice – tooth decay (caries) and gum disease (periodontal disease) – are easily impacted, treated, and managed by diet alone. Bacteria occur naturally in the mouth, but when too much sugar or starch is consumed, acids are created that directly attack tooth enamel. These acids contribute to the breakdown of healthy teeth and gums, leading to decay and gum disease. Although many people recognize the danger … Read More

Fight Against Migraines: Free Workshop by Dr. Deldar

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Free migraines workshop for those that suffer from migraines, that want migraine relief and to see what treatments are out there for migraines and headaches. Presented by TMJ specialist, Dr. Deldar

Dr. Deldar’s Migraines Workshop is back with “Fight Against Migraines” If you have chronic migraines or headaches, and/or you suffer from TMJ, join us at our Migraines Workshop “Fight Against Migraines” on September 28. Thursday, September 28, 2017 At Deldar Dental 6:00-7:00PM Free Workshop with appies and refreshments served. With over 20 years of experience as a TMJ specialist, Dr. Deldar has seen it all: severe migraines that led to dizziness, loss of appetite, nausea, blurred vision, and even vomiting for some patients. Migraines can last up to 72 hours if they are untreated! Attending this workshop may help patients … Read More

How Heavy Backpacks Can Affect Posture and Aggravate TMJ Disorder in Kids

Dr. Mike DeldarGeneral / Family Dentistry, TMJ/TMD0 Comments

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Your jaw, your health, and your posture – most people don’t lump these three together. What you may not realize, though, is that they all affect each other in significant ways. Your kids are especially susceptible. For instance, did you know that heavy backpacks can contribute to TMD (temporomandibular jaw disorder)? Kids, Heavy Backpacks, and Poor Posture: A Bad Combination for Health Almost every kid who goes to school has a backpack. It’s a practical necessity for every student – they can bring home lots of textbooks. I regularly see them loaded down with their heavy backpacks, and all I can do … Read More

Cheap Teeth Whitening – Is it Really Worth it?

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Charcoal teeth whitening is becoming popular. Here's a dentist's thoughts on cheap teeth whitening options.

Nearly every patient who walks through my Noblesville and Carmel dental office wants the same thing. They want a beautiful, bright, white smile. Unfortunately, when it comes to teeth whitening, most people get caught up in trends. They want fast results and they want them for the cheapest price. This idea of cheap teeth whitening has resulted in a lot of people coming up with whitening solutions. These whitening remedies are generally found at the corner supermarket. These whitening trends are popular because of their supposed cheapness and effectiveness. But are they really more effective than bleaching systems from a … Read More

Migraines & Headaches Workshop: Find real life migraine relief

Dr. Mike DeldarDeldar Dental News, Jaw Pain, TMJ, TMJ Migraines, TMJ/TMD0 Comments

migraine relief and tmj doctor, Dr. Deldar in Indianapolis and Noblesville is hosting a free migraines and headaches workshop for patients suffering and who want relief fast.

Migraines are one of the hardest ailments to deal with. Not only do they affect your quality of life, but they can severely impact your personal relationships and career. Before we can discuss your options for migraine relief, we must first understand how migraines come about, and the triggers that cause them. First: Migraines and Headaches are Not the Same Patients often confuse migraines for headaches. While they both involve your head, that is about all the similarities the two have. A headache is when you feel pain in your head or neck. However, a “headache” is a generalized symptom. … Read More

Your Noblesville Dentist’s holistic approach to dentistry

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There’s no denying that more people in the Greater Indianapolis Area are looking to their health care providers for a more holistic, whole body approach. Taking a holistic approach to dentistry often means going against the grain of conventional practices. As your Indianapolis, Carmel, and Noblesville dentist – I don’t have a problem with that. Our number one focus is on the health and safety of our patients. There are 4 ways in which I currently treat our patients in a more holistic, healthful manner. 1. Deldar Dental is an Amalgam-Free Environment One of the first things to leave our … Read More

Pay Attention to Head, Neck, and Mouth Cancer—They’re On the Rise

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mouth cancer and oral cancer screenings in Noblesville by Dr. Deldar

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Why should this concern you? While the statistics for mouth cancer haven’t reached the proportions of other cancers, numbers are in fact rising and growing to prominence. That means that more people that you care about—including yourself—are at risk. In the spirit of awareness, I wanted to give my Noblesville and Indianapolis patients some information about this disease. I thought it would be interesting to see how Indiana compares to the rest of the US. Plus, I want to share some of the risk factors. Oral Cancer Awareness Month: Why we need it According … Read More