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Chronic Pain

This condition occurs when the joints connecting the lower jaw to the skull become misaligned or inflamed, causing a range of symptoms such as difficulty chewing, headaches, and even earaches.

Jaw Clenching

It’s not uncommon to clench or grind your teeth occasionally, especially when feeling stressed or anxious. However, when this behavior becomes chronic and affects the TMJ, it can cause discomfort and even lead to serious damage.

Laser Therapy

Traditional treatments for TMJ include medication and physical therapy, but more dental professionals now offer advanced laser technology, which uses targeted light energy to stimulate certain cells in the mouth and promote healing of inflamed tissues.

Migraine Relief

Many people suffer from chronic migraines, often experiencing daily headaches that can significantly impact their quality of life. While there are numerous treatment options, one increasingly popular option is TMJ therapy.

Orthopedic Dysfunction

Symptoms may include difficulties chewing or aching sensations in the face and neck. TMJ disfunction can be caused by habits such as teeth grinding or misalignment of the bite, but it can also stem from arthritis or even psychological stress.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

With a weak airway and sleep apnea, the jaw moves around constantly while you sleep. This stretches and injures the jaw joint. Treatment for sleep apnea uses oral appliances to stabilize the jaw and support the airway while avoiding a CPAP machine.

Teeth Grinding

Also known as bruxism, teeth grinding can cause discomfort in the jaw and lead to worn down enamel on the teeth. One common cause of bruxism is temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.


Often when we think of snoring, we imagine someone lying on their back with their mouth open. But for those suffering from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, snoring can be a frustrating and painful issue.


Popping refers to a condition where your jaw makes a clicking or popping sound when you open or close your mouth. This condition can be uncomfortable and even painful, making it difficult to eat, speak or yawn.

Jaw Noises

Jaw noises can occur for many reasons. Some factors that can contribute to jaw noises include teeth grinding, arthritis, or injury to the jaw. Although not always a cause for concern, they can be a sign of an underlying issue.

Ear Pain

The TMJ connects the jawbone to the skull and is essential in opening and closing the mouth for speaking and chewing. If this joint is inflamed or injured, it can lead to persistent ear pain and even hearing loss.


Jaw locking can be a frustrating and uncomfortable symptom for anyone experiencing it. The condition occurs when the jaw joints are unable to perform their normal movements, resulting in the jaw getting stuck in an open or closed position.

Wake Up Ready For Your Day

Many people don’t realize the connection between the health of your jaw and the quality of your sleep. Did you know that TMJ can also lead to problems with sleep? When left untreated, TMJ can interfere with proper rest, resulting in fatigue and decreased productivity during the day. Our experienced team offers personalized treatment plans to address TMJ and help improve your sleep patterns. Wake up ready for your day with help from TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet.

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Restorative Therapies | Improving Quality of Life

If you are suffering from TMJ disorder causing pain or sleep issues, the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet is the perfect choice for finding relief. Our experienced team of dentists and specialists offers personalized treatment plans, utilizing cutting edge technology. We also provide non-surgical options, including custom nightguard fittings to address grinding and clenching.

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Are You Experiencing Any of the Following?




Jaw Clenching


Grinding Teeth


Morning Headaches



Any of the above could be a sign of sleep-related breathing disorders and should be evaluated promptly.

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TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet Offers a Variety of Treatment Options For Sleep & TMJ Related Disorders

Do you have TMJ pain or dysfunctions? Patients often experience facial neuralgia and musculoskeletal pain in conjunction with headaches or migraines.

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