Laser Therapy

TMJ Sleep Apnea

TMJ laser therapy is a nonsurgical treatment that uses low-level lasers to reduce inflammation and pain in the TMJ. The laser light penetrates the skin and is absorbed by the tissue, causing a biological response that reduces inflammation and pain. This therapy is often used in conjunction with other treatments, such as physical therapy or oral splints. In most cases, it is effective in reducing TMJ symptoms and improving jaw function.

The TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet is proud to offer cutting edge laser therapy for TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders. Our highly skilled and experienced team provides customized treatment plans that are designed to achieve optimal results. We use the latest technology and techniques, and our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the most advanced equipment available. If you are looking for an effective and long lasting solution to your TMJ problems, we invite you to visit us for a consultation. We are confident that we can provide you with the relief you need. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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. Laser Therapy may be your best option for pain relief! Our experienced team specializes in TMJ and helping you 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 or sleep apnea, then laser therapy from the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet might be the ideal choice for finding relief. Our experienced team of dentists and specialists customize a unique plan for every patient. The treatment is pain-free and non-invasive, making it perfect for most people.

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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