Dental migraine

Pain of migraine can be localized to the face and around the mouth according a two recent reports. Dr. Gaul and colleagues reported in journal Cephalalgia on two patients who had dental pain as well as typical migraine symptoms, including throbbing, sensitivity to light and noise and in one of the patients visual aura (flickering colorful lights) preceding the attack. This report confirms the fact that pain of migraine can occur anywhere in the head, including teeth, eyes, ears, forehead, top or back of the head.

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