Orofacial Pain

Oro-Facial Pain disorders can present with any of these complaints.


Pain Behind Eyes
Above / Below Eye
Sensitive to Light
Pain with redness / tearing


Tooth pain
Clenching grinding teeth
Worn out, Shortened teeth
Pain on biting


Joint Pain Clicking / Popping sound Difficulty or Pain opening / closing Limited opening Muscle Stiffness

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Head Pain

Back of Head
One Sided


Ear Pain
Ringing in Ears

Shoulders back and neck

Pain Stiffness in shoulder / neck , Tired / Sore Muscles,Head Tilted , Numbness in arm / fingers , Radiating pain

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Oro-Facial Pain Disorders

Orofacial pain deals with the diagnosis and care of nondental pain that occurs in the head, face or neck, or inside your mouth.

Importantly, Orofacial pain is associated with a number of medical conditions, and could be life changing if diagnosed early.

A component of oro-facial pain is temporomandibular disorders (TMD), involving the temporomandibular joints (TMJs), which help control the jaw.

Check out our blogs for details on oro-facial pain and TMD’s.

Orofacial pain is most common in women.

Orofacial pain is difficult to diagnose as pain is felt in a different part of the body than where it’s originating.

As a result, many patients are told by their doctors that their symptoms are all in their head. Sometimes, patients feel as if they were being personally blamed for having a problem.

If you are one of those people who have facial pain that has lingered, not only is your pain real—it is not your fault! Your facial pain can be understood and effectively treated.

Schedule an Appointment with our Orofacial Pain & TMD Experts Today!

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Oro-Facial Pain Treatment

The first step to treating orofacial pain is to properly diagnose the cause.

Unfortunately, because so many conditions can cause orofacial pain, far too many of our patients have visited several offices before finally receiving the answers to their pain here. That’s why it’s important to reach out to an experienced orofacial pain doctor like Dr. Denzil.

Treatments are customized and may include stopping bad habits, such as teeth grinding, oral wearable devices, prescription drugs, or at times surgery.

While oral devices can help correct or protect your bite and decrease the symptoms you’re experiencing, the only way to find out the best treatment option is for you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Denzil Albuquerque.

Schedule an Appointment with our Orofacial Pain & TMD Experts Today!

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