Tooth Interference

Here are some of the questions that I have been asked relating to Interference.

  1. What do you mean when you use the word Interference?

  2. How does Interference affect the patient?

  3. Why does Interference develop?

  4. What do I do if I get any Migraine symptoms?

  5. How would buying your book, "Migraine, The Causes and Treatment", help me?

1. Question: What do you mean when you use the word Interference?

 Interference is a problem in one or other of the Dental arches that prevents normal movement for chewing etc. The various forms of Interference are the basic cause of Migraine.  In my book, "Migraine, The Causes and Treatment", I go into details.     Back to Top of Page

2. Question: How does Interference affect the patient?

Interference causes muscular spasm to develop that leads to such Migraine symptoms as headaches, nausea, dizziness, hearing abnormalities, vision problems, and non- articulator shoulder pain.  These, plus other symptoms, not previously known by the Medical nor the Dental Professions, are discussed in my above book. Back to Top of Page

3. Question: Why does Interference develop?

Interference can develop as a result of normal wear and tear over time, or by the loss of a tooth or teeth with the resultant changes that take place between the teeth in the upper and lower Dental arches.  It is the change in the relationship between these two sets of teeth that leads to your Migraine symptomsIt is important to remember that there are 16 Dental Triggers of Migraine that create Interference. Back to Top of Page

4. Question:   What do I do if I get any Migraine symptoms?

You have to find a Dentist who is knowledgeable as to the Dental Triggers of Migraine, and who can investigate your Dental arches for any of the possible causes of the problem areas.Back to Top of Page

5. Question:  How would buying your book, "Migraine, The Causes and  Treatment", help me?

My new book covers all aspects of Migraine that are not normally recognized nor understood by Dentists and Doctors because this research is an entirely new field.  Since Migraine affects both the physical and the emotional areas of a sufferer's life it is essential that you know that your Dentist has bought and has studied my first book entitled, "The Myofascial Syndrome Its Causes and Treatment," because it gives detailed instructions for the Dentist to follow in order to identify and to eliminate the areas of Interference that form the Dental Triggers of Migraine. Back to Top of Page

  

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