If the positioning or alignment of your jaw joint is skewed, it can contribute to numerous issues such as sleep apnea and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. These disorders can result in significant discomfort and affect your quality of life and your health.
Often patients respond well to conservative interventions that address these issues. Our process begins with a comprehensive evaluation that assesses all of the factors that may be involved in your condition. After identifying the particular culprits, we can then move forward with effective treatment.
We encourage patients who suspect that they have sleep apnea or those experiencing jaw pain or other TMJ symptoms to contact our office to schedule your evaluation so that you can get relief from those symptoms.