One patient was referred by a resident colleague to clarify a headache. That had been in existence for a few weeks. The patient had already been unsuccessful with several doctors. After a thorough medical history, we found that the patient had received numerous dental surgeries. From her dentist a few weeks ago. The review of the conservative restorations on our part revealed that some fillings had not been sufficiently ground into the occlusion. After the treating dentist corrected the bite, the headaches were gone. This example from our clinic illustrates the importance of the doctor-patient conversation in a particularly clear way.