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At Advanced Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Center our goal is to help you find complete health and wellness.

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Welcome to the Advanced Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Center

We are a unique dental practice, specializing in TMJ/TMD treatment and Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea.  We aren’t set up to perform other dental procedures, so you can feel confident that you won’t be prescribed additional and/or unnecessary dental work.  We want to get to the root of your symptoms and resolve them, not just give you a short term fix.  When one part of your body is not functioning it affects your total health.   

Fatigue and pain wear you down and can cause harm to the other systems in your body.  What is fatigue? Fatigue is a symptom of an underlying disease.  Fatigue can be described as lacking energy, severe weariness and overwhelming exhaustion that doesn’t improve with sleep. If you find yourself with little to no energy even after a full night’s rest, it may be fatigue. 

There are many factors that lead to fatigue.  Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is one possibility.  If you have been diagnosed with OSA you should know your options for treatment. If sleep apnea is ignored and allowed to occur, it is proven to be detrimental to your health. 

What are the symptoms of OSA?

  • Daytime sleepiness, fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Snoring, choking or gasping during sleep
  • Irritability
  • Headaches
  • Teeth grinding / clenching
  • Depression
  • Poor concentration
  • Memory problems / forgetfulness
  • Difficulty performing work duties
  • Anxiety
  • Acid reflux / GERD
  • Frequent need to urinate at night

For more information about OSA and what we can do to help click here

What are the symptoms of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)?

  • Clicking, popping or sandy sounds in your ear(s) when moving the jaw
  • Headaches and/or migraines
  • Tooth pain (often leading to repeated root canals)
  • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
  • Pressure or congestion in one or both ears
  • Limited range of motion of the mouth or locking of the jaw
  • Pain in the side of your face
  • Difficulty chewing or tiredness of the facial muscles
  • Teeth clenching and/or grinding will exacerbate TMD

To learn what we do to help with TMD, click here

Isn’t it time to take the time to take care of yourself and relieve yourself of the symptoms that you are suffering from?  Start the path to a new you, today.

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