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

Referrals and Bookings


Dr. McMillan cares for patients with non-dental facial pain conditions such as: temporomandibular disorder (TMD), burning mouth syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia, persistent idiopathic facial pain (atypical facial pain) and trigeminal neuropathic pain. The clinic does not cater for oral medicine conditions or dental pain issues.


If you are unsure about whether the Clinic can help you, then please feel free to enquire with Dr. McMillan via email (Contact). 


Dr. McMillan is happy to receive referrals from other healthcare providers or self-referrals by patients. Referral is by completion of the Referral Pro Forma (below). 


Further details of the private facial pain clinic, including the fee structure, can be found in the clinic's terms of service.


Facial Pain Clinic - Private Care Referral Pro Forma
Please download and complete this referral pro forma and return it by post or email to Dr. McMillan. Please take note of the referral criteria. Please note that this document has been created using Windows 10 – therefore the checkbox system may not function with older versions of Word.

Please note that this pro forma is solely for private referrals and cannot be used for National Health Service (NHS) referrals.
Private Facial Pain Referral Pro Forma.d[...]
Microsoft Word document [500.1 KB]

Please note that Dr. McMillan is not registered with any private health insurance companies - hence patients may wish to check with their insurance provider prior to booking an appointment.

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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