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Open Monday March 20-22 and March 27-28
NightLase® Laser Therapy
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NightLase can reduce and attenuate snoring and provides an effective, non-invasive way to lessen the effects of snoring.
TMJ SLEEP THERAPY
We Treat The Following Sleep Related Breathing Disorders and Craniofacial Pain:
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Fotona’s NightLase can reduce the effects of and decrease the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle laser treatment of the mucosa tissue.
Jaw clenching is a condition that can lead to a number of problems, including headaches, jaw pain, and tooth damage.
Teeth Grinding (Bruxism) can lead to a number of problems, including headaches, jaw pain, and damage to the teeth. In severe cases, it can even cause jaw joint problems.
If you suffer from Jaw Clicking, we can provide several solutions that can help to reduce or eliminate the clicking sound.
If your jaw is popping constantly, it is important to contact TMJ Sleep Therapy Center of Reno so that we can assess the severity of the problem and recommend treatment.
Myofunctional therapy is an evidence-based form of treatment that addresses the tongue and facial muscles. It helps improve the function of these muscles, as well as improve overall oral health.
Providing Non-Surgical Therapies | Restoring Quality of Life
Are You Experiencing Any of the Following?
- EJaw Clenching
- EGrinding Teeth
- EMorning Headaches
Do You Suffer From Frequent Migraines?
obstructive sleep apnea
The site of obstruction in most patients is the soft palate, extending to the region at the base of the tongue. There are no rigid structures, such as cartilage or bone, in this area to hold the airway open. So as a person with OSA falls asleep, these muscles relax to a point where the airway collapses and becomes obstructed. Enlarged tonsils and small structural features of the maxilla /nose, mouth and throat may contribute to OSA. Proper evaluation and testing is needed for accurate diagnosis.
Sleep apnea can only be diagnosed by a medical physician. Screening for signs and symptoms can be found through routine dental examinations.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE:
- Trigeminal Neuralgia
- Capsulitis Of TM Joint
- Face Pain, Numbness, Tingling, Shocking
- Jaw Pain, Clicking, Popping, Crunching, Locking, Jaw Noises
- Teeth Clenching, Grinding
- Pain When Chewing
- Bite Feels Off Or Different Than Before
- Numbness In The Arms Or Legs
- Pain In The Base Of The Skull And Neck
- Shoulder Pain
- Burning Mouth
About Dr. Tammy
Suffering from sleep apnea herself, Dr. Tammy has a passion for helping her patients improve their quality of sleep, their quality of health, their quality of life.
After realizing the tremendous results Dr. Olmos’ protocols produced treating patients who suffer from these disorders, Dr. Tammy joined the other 44 Centres of Excellence spanning 7 countries so she could help her patients as well.
The success of these Centres is based on a whole-system approach, rather than focusing on only one component of the problem in isolation. Multi-discipline referral coordination has allowed Dr. Tammy to provide a team approach to help patients finally find answers and successful treatment results.
Dr. Tammy has implemented these protocols within her dental practice improving her patients’ quality of life.
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