Make your mental health a priority and take back your life

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ, TMJ Migraines0 Comments

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Living a life with chronic migraines can be devastating. Many people don’t know that these headaches can be one of the symptoms of TMJ disorder or TMJ dysfunction. As a Noblesville dentist offering TMJ treatment, I want every patient to be aware that TMJ-induced migraines can have a large effect on their mental well-being. A person suffering from migraines may experience anxiety, stress, depression and other debilitating symptoms. These may eventually lead to deterioration of their mental health. As a health provider that treats migraines and other painful symptoms of TMJ, I aim to help each patient get the treatment … Read More

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

Fight Against Migraines: Free Workshop by Dr. Deldar

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ, TMJ Dentistry, TMJ Migraines, TMJ Treatment Category, TMJ/TMD0 Comments

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

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

Vertigo and Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) – What’s the connection?

Dr. Mike DeldarTMJ, TMJ Migraines, TMJ symptoms

Image of man in paid. He looks like he was vertigo. TMJ Dentist Dr. Deldar can treat TMD and TMJ migraines.

Vertigo is a condition wherein the patient experiences dizzy spells. It feels as if the whole world is spinning and swaying. Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) impact the facial muscles and bones. The Temporomandibular joint is the hinged connection between the jaw and the temporal bones of the skull. It’s located in front of the ears. This joint facilitates opening and closing of the mouth, chewing, yawning, talking and moving the jaw from side to side. How are vertigo and TMD related? The human body is able to maintain its balance based on information received from 2 main sources: 60% from … Read More