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Frequent Headaches? TMJ Disorder May Be the Culprit

May 15th, 2018 | By

Everyone gets headaches occasionally. They  may be the result of illness, lack of sleep, dehydration, hormonal changes, and even stress. However, when headaches become a routine part of your life, you should start taking them seriously. If you have frequent headaches, you may want to get checked out by a professional to find out whether

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What Does TMJ Have to Do with My Headache Relief?

Sep 25th, 2017 | By

For many patients, TMJ disorder is misdiagnosed as migraines or sinus headaches. Only a visit with Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes will correctly diagnose your temporomandibular joint pain. The symptoms of TMJ disorder confuse many patients. Frequent headaches and intense upper body stiffness are commonly mistaken for other conditions. Dr. Denes non-invasively offers headache

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Fresno Dentist Explains Full Mouth Reconstruction

Aug 22nd, 2017 | By
man with full mouth reconstuction

Oral health is compromised when dental structures don’t collectively work together. Fresno, CA dentist Dr. Claudia Denes corrects dental issues such as malocclusion (bad bite), TMJ disorder, damaged or missing teeth, and unattractive smiles with a comprehensive procedure, full mouth reconstruction. A properly functioning mouth consists of a strong jawbone, healthy gums, and a full

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Non-Surgical, Effective Treatments for TMJ Disorder

May 24th, 2017 | By

Waking up with a painful earache or a migraine that just won’t go away are two very common symptoms associated with TMJ disorder. Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) causes a lot of discomfort for those affected and can rattle the minds of those who unknowingly have this disorder. Two joints connect your lower jawbone to each

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Phased Dentistry for Full Mouth Reconstruction

May 14th, 2017 | By

The term “phased dentistry” is a fancy way of saying that your dental procedures will be broken down into phases, in order to achieve the treatment goals. If you’re wondering what the ultimate goal of phased dentistry is, it’s simple: we want to help you get to the smile that you’ve always wanted. With a

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