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Aching Jaw In Cary?

By June 26, 2015No Comments

Aching Jaw In Cary?

Hi. I’m Dr. Allan Acton, and today in the Cary dentist blog, I want to look at some of the conditions that may result in jaw pain.

Jaw pain may be caused by sinusitis. Sinusitis is the inflammation of the tissues that line your sinuses, and when these tissues are inflamed, the sinuses exert pressure on surrounding areas. If the inflamed sinus is near the jaw, pain in the jaw joint may result. This commonly happens with a cold or allergies.

Many of my Raleigh patients who come to me with jaw pain have some type of dental issue, such as an infection, or a problem in the temporomandibular joint (also known as TMJ).

The source of jaw pain can easily be identified at your Raleigh dental office, and treatment can begin from there. But remember, jaw pain shouldn’t be ignored.

If you are looking for quality dental care around the Apex, NC, Morrisville, or Holly Springs areas, please consider Cary Family Dental. I am located in Raleigh and have been serving the greater Raleigh area since 2003. If you have any questions about oral health or cosmetic dentistry procedures such as teeth whitening, veneers, bonding, or dental implants, give us a call today at 919-371-4428.

Cary Family Dental offers:

Kor whitening
Sedation dentistry
Dental crowns

And so much more! Whether you need a routine dental check up or are considering a smile makeover, contact our welcoming staff today!

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