Do you have?
Jaw popping, grinding, or clicking when you chew?
Jaw Pain or Facial Pain?
Migraine headaches or frequent headaches?
limited jaw opening, so you can't open your mouth fully
Neck pain and tension
Tooth grinding or clenching
Do you snore or feel fatigued?
Do you have apnea but don't want to wear CPAP?
If this is you, there is hope for relief.
Temporomandibular Joint or jaw joint is associated with a number of disorders causing pain in the head and neck which is called a temporomandibular disorder (TMD). The joint itself when not functioning properly along with pain can lead to significant pain and headaches. The National Institute of Health estimates that more than 10 million Americans have TMJ problems. Click here for a more detailed description and treatment options.
Sleep Apnea: What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep Apnea is a condition characterized by temporary breathing interruptions during sleep. The pauses in breathing can occur dozens or even hundreds of times. Click here to learn more about Sleep Apnea and our non-surgical treatments.
Orofacial Pain: If I don't have a TMJ disorder, what else could it be?
One out of every four Americans suffer from oral facial pain, headaches, or migraines. It can be caused by a number of issues such as poorly aligned teeth, head or neck trauma, and many other associated problems. Click here to learn more about orofacial pain and our non-surgical treatments.