For people with TMD (Temporomandibular Disorders), "splints" for the teeth have been a major treatment. But there’s much more available than just the basic splint. Basic bite, clenching and grinding problems can cause headaches and tension.
Splints don’t work for everyone, and there are many different types. In HeadWay issue 10 we talked about a cheap solution that works for some people. But others are still looking for solutions. One of the newer types is the NTI-tss device, which is approved in the USA for migraine prevention. It’s designed to not be "clench-friendly" – to help your jaw properly relax without clenching or grinding. The device can also be made for children with headache. Visit this site for more on how the NTI-tss device works. It’s now available in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, South Africa, Singapore, Norway, and many more countries.