Sleep Appliances

TMJ Sleep Appliances

At TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet, we offer cutting-edge solutions to address TMJ disorders and sleep-related issues. One of the innovative treatments we provide is the use of sleep appliances. A sleep appliance, also known as a mandibular advancement device or oral appliance therapy, is a custom-made device that resembles a mouthguard. It is worn during sleep to help reposition the jaw and maintain an open airway, thus preventing interruptions in breathing and improving overall sleep quality.

In addition to treating sleep apnea and snoring, sleep appliances can also be highly effective in managing temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. These appliances work by gently shifting the position of the lower jaw forward, which can alleviate pressure on the TMJ joint and reduce associated symptoms such as jaw pain, headaches, and neck stiffness. By promoting proper alignment of the jaw and relieving muscle tension, sleep appliances offer a non-invasive and comfortable solution for TMJ sufferers.

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

At the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of Temecula and Hemet, our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing comprehensive care tailored to each patient’s unique needs.  With our commitment to excellence and patient-centered approach, you can trust us to deliver effective TMJ treatments using state-of-the-art sleep appliances. Say goodbye to sleepless nights and jaw discomfort – contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards a healthier, more restful life.

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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