Texas TMJ Sleep & Facial Pain
At Texas TMJ Sleep & Facial Pain, we value our patient relationships, making it our priority to deliver gentle compassionate care that you deserve. Our team of board-certified doctor and empathetic staff provides you with the kind of care that we would want for our own loved ones. Here you will receive a multidisciplinary approach to pain which will be individualized to best fit your needs and lifestyle.
Our practice is focused toward acute and chronic orofacial pain, TMJ disorders, primary headaches disorders and management of snoring/obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) with one goal in mind – restoring your quality of life by relieving your pain and improving your sleep.
We believe personalized care makes all the difference. We will treat you, the whole person – not just treat your symptoms. Our innovative nonsurgical and caring approach is devoted to the treatment of painful conditions and sleep apnea, to improve function, and enhance quality of life.
If you have TMJ, it probably started with pain and discomfort in your jaw joint and the muscles used to move your jaw. Pain and discomfort do not always signal a problem and usually go away on their own.
If you suffer from sleep apnea, you are unable to get enough oxygen when asleep, as you stop breathing several times while sleeping. Sleep disorders are serious medical conditions.
HEADACHES AND MIGRAINES
Having pain in any part of the head is called a headache. Often, a headache that is bothering you isn’t dangerous and will go away on its own. Severe headaches that last for a short or long time and have a big impact on your ability to do everyday things and your quality of life can often be controlled or eliminated with the right treatment.
Myofascial release is an intervention administered to various patients to alleviate pain or restrictive tissue problems.
Neuropathic pain disorders are a set of pain conditions resulting from disorder or injury to the nervous system. The human nervous system is divided into two general parts: the central nervous system, comprising the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system, including nerves that go to the limbs, trunk, face and all outlying areas of the body.
The benefit from the Botox also varies from setting the pain free to lasting two to three months. Some patients get a longer relief with the second round of Botox and some need Botox every three months.