Dental Related Conditions


Snoring, Sleep-Apnoea, Tooth Grinding & Migraines

Do you grind your teeth? Suffer from jaw tension and migraines? Or maybe you snore?

Migraines, snoring, grinding and excessive tooth wear are all commonly known as Dental Related Conditions which can be easily be treated effectively in the dental practice.

Michael King has been providing solutions to the above conditions here in Cumbria for over 10 years and is an approved professional to use the most effective treatments on the market today. These treatments may include a device to eliminate or manage your condition such as an anti-snoring device, a bite guard for migraine relief or sleep apnoea device.

Michael can also work alongside your GP or specialist sleep physicians to be able to provide you with a permanent solution.

"For the past year I have woken in the morning with headaches and a sore jaw. My dentist Michael King noticed lots of wear on my teeth due to grinding. He recommended the NTI tooth splint, which has had an immediate effect from the first nights sleep. Comfortable to wear and I wouldn't sleep without it!"

Snoring and Sleep-apnoea

Are conditions caused by full or partial closure of the airway during sleep. The vibration caused when the airway is retracted closed is known snoring. Snoring is generally made worse when lying on your back. Simple snoring issues can be treated with a mandibular advancement appliance (MAA) and fitted by a suitable qualified dentist.

Tooth Grinding

Teeth grinding and jaw clenching (also called bruxism) is often related to stress or anxietyIt doesn't always cause symptoms but some people get facial pain and headaches.  It can wear down or fracture your teeth over time. Most people who grind and clench their jaws aren't always aware they are doing so. It often happens during sleep or while concentrating or under stress. A simple appliance can be made to prevent damage to your teeth and help with associated symptoms such as headaches.


A migraine is not simply a bad headache. A migraine is an intense headache that may be accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea (feeling sick), vomiting (being sick), visual problems and an increased sensitivity to light or sound. Migraines can be caused by grinding your teeth.


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