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Do You Suffer From Head, Neck or Jaw Pain?

Some patients live with pain for years before it becomes enough to cause them to seek help.
Even then, relief can be temporary if the symptoms are treated and the underlying causes are left undiagnosed and untreated.

Other patients suffer from pain suddenly -- usually as a result of trauma or a blow to the head, face and/or neck region.
Indiana Craniofacial Center specializes in diagnosis and treatment of chronice head and neck pain issuesPain associated with these events is obvious and generally treated successfully.

Both types of patient can have very similar symptoms but treatment may not be necessarily the same.

Special care for head and neck oncology patients..
We provide oral health care and rehabilitation of medically or surgically compromised patients by providing diagnosis and non-surgical management of medically related conditions affecting the oral and maxillofacial region

The Indiana Craniofacial Center can help you with your head and neck pain solutions..
We have successfully treated many central Indiana patients with difficult head, neck and jaw pain issues, often using a team approach to diagnose and resolve their problems. Our office is conveniently located for patients living in central Indiana including the cities of Indianapolis, Plainfield, Zionsville, and Carmel.

Tired? Do You Snore? Suffer from Sleep Apnea?

More than 45% of normal adults snore at least occasionally.
Twenty-five percent are habitual snorers. Problem snoring is more frequent in males and overweight persons. It usually gets worse with age.

Snoring is usually associated with certain characteristics of the throat, tongue and nasal airway. Indiana Craniofacial Center can help with sleep problemsPhysical deformities, such as a deviated septum can also cause snoring.

Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea can be medically serious problems.
It disturbs sleeping patterns and deprives the snorer of appropriate rest. Snoring may be associated with ksevere long-term health issues including obstructive sleep apnea.

Do you hate your CPAP?
More than 25 million people in the US suffer from sleep apnea. CPAP machines have been the standard treatment for years. Recent developments in available therapy can make your life easier and they are available from specially trained dentists.