Dr. Roddy McMillan Facial Pain - Private Care
Dr. Roddy McMillanFacial Pain - Private Care 

About the Consultations


Dr. McMillan diagnoses and manages patients with a variety of non-dentally related facial pain conditions such as: temporomandibular disorder (TMD), burning mouth syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia, persistent idiopathic facial pain (atypical facial pain) and trigeminal neuropathic pain.


Dr. McMillan conducts most of his consultations remotely via telephone / videoconference; remote consultations work very well for facial pain patients, as rarely does a physical examination change the diagnosis or management for such patients. Alternatively, he will be happy to arrange a  face-to-face consultation at his private consulting rooms. Consultations are conducted on weekday early evenings and all consultations are arranged by prior booking (Referrals and Bookings). 


Face-to-face consultations are conducted in the Ambra Aesthetic Clinic (https://ambraclinic.com898 High Road, North Finchley, London, N12 9RH. The Clinic provides a professional, relaxed and comfortable environment that complements the high quality, evidence based care that Dr. McMillan provides for his patients.



Further details of the private facial pain clinic, including the fee structure and what to expect during the consultation can be found in the clinic's terms of service (below).



For further enquiries please feel free to contact Dr. McMillan directly via email (Contact). 



Private Facial Pain Consultations - Terms of Service
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Facial Pain

Facial pain conditions can be very disabling and often result in negative impact upon a patient's quality of life. These conditions are often misdiagnosed, which can lead to costly and irreversible dental treatment, or surgery and delays in receiving appropriate management.


The facial pain clinic diagnoses and manages a wide range of facial pain conditions such as: 

temporomandibular disorder (TMD)

burning mouth syndrome

persistent idiopathic facial pain (atypical facial pain)  

trigeminal neuropathic pain

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