Are Jaw Pain, Snoring, or Sleep Apnea Ruining Your Day (or Night)?

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Do I Need to See a Specialist?

Does your jaw pop or click?

If your jaws hurt or you’ve noticed a clicking or popping sound when you open your mouth, you may be suffering from a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. TMJ problems are especially common in young women and may lead to a number of seemingly unrelated symptoms. Getting treated for TMJ problems can help you manage the symptoms and improve your ability to chew normally.

Are you having trouble sleeping?

If your doctor has been unable to diagnose your sleep disorder based on your sleep schedule and habits or if the treatments that you’ve already tried haven’t been effective, then you may be a good candidate for a sleep study. If you notice any of the following sleep problems, talk to your doctor about whether a sleep clinic may be right for you: Chronic snoring, extreme sleepiness during the day (even after a full night’s rest), trouble falling asleep at night on a regular basis, or frequent awakenings during the night.

Do You Snore?

If so, you’re not alone. Approximately 75 million Americans deal with some kind of snoring that may cause sleepiness and fatigue. A significant portion of  these suffer from undiagnosed sleep apnea. If this sounds like you, it’s time to see a specialist.

Do You have jaw pain?

If you have pain in your jaw, you need to seek medical attention. If you have persistent pain or tenderness in, or if you can’t open or close your jaw completely, a TMJ specialist can discuss possible causes and treatments for your problem.

About Dr. Wilson

Board-Certified Specialist

After graduating from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences, Dr. Wilson went to the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, graduating in 2000.  She was a general dentist with a private practice until opening the Center for Sleep Apnea and TMJ…

About Dr. Wilson

Board-Certified Specialist

After graduating from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences, Dr. Wilson went to the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, graduating in 2000.  She was a general dentist with a private practice until opening the Center for Sleep Apnea and TMJ…

“Dr. Wilson was very attentive and her bite splint treatment was a key part in relieving me from the TMJ pain I had been experiencing for years.”
Switching from a CPAP machine to the dental appliance created by Dr Wilson has been life changing! Don’t hesitate to make the switch – contact Dr. Wilson and change your life too!
Kathy K.

Dr. Wilson is amazing! She definitely takes her time with you and explains all of your questions. My oral appliance for my sleep apnea is so much easier and convenient than my old CPAP machine. I highly recommend her!
Marti P.