Our practice is focused solely on improving the quality of life of adults and children suffering from craniofacial pain (TMJ/TMD) and sleep-breathing disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea and snoring.
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At TMJ & Sleep Treatment Centres we provide non-surgical therapies for adults and children suffering from craniofacial pain (TMJ/TMD) and sleep-breathing disorders, such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring. With proper evaluation and diagnosis, these conditions can be successfully treated. TMJ & Sleep Treatment Centres are dedicated exclusively to the evaluation and treatment of these conditions.
Our approach is to use a comprehensive evaluation for proper diagnosis followed by non-invasive, reversible, sustainable therapies. We provide successful results using state-of-the-art technology and research-based treatment in a caring and friendly environment. We recognize and treat each patient as a unique individual.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is caused by an airway blockage (obstruction) during sleep. During the day, muscles in the airway region keep the throat and airway passage wide open but when a patient has OSA, the throat collapses during sleep, blocking the airway and preventing air from getting to the lungs. OSA is dangerous and should not to be ignored at any age. OSA can often be treated with an oral appliance.
Dr. Goodfellow helped me immensely with all of my TMJ and sleep problems. He always explained every part of my treatment in detail so we were always at the same level of understanding. His staff was extremely kind and always accommodating of my needs. One of the best clinics and most pleasant experiences I have had when getting a medical treatment!
if you have TMJ issues and headaches, go to Dr Goodfellow! I have suffered from migraines, jaw locking and clicking, aches, etc; after my treatment with Dr Goodfellow and his team, my jaw doesn’t lock and click anymore and I can open my mouth wide again with no pain! My headaches have decreased too. very happy, thank you 🙂
I’ve suffered so long with headaches, jaw pain, tinnitus and severe fatigue and was so great full to have meet Dr. Goodfellow and his amazing staff, they are beyond knowledgeable and I finally no longer suffer with pain
A dislocated disc happens to about 33% of the population.
If your jaw clicks or pops when you open your mouth, you have a dislocated TMJ disc. If clicking/popping is your only symptom, no treatment is needed.
Surprisingly, yes. TMJ issues can come from clenching and grinding your teeth during the night, while asleep. This can lead to tight muscles and jaw problems. In children and adolescents, TMJ and sleep problems often go undiscovered.
Botox is the injection of a neurotoxin into your jaw and head muscles to kill the nerves that cause your muscles to contract. About 33% of the nerves become paralyzed, making the force of contraction less. Botox only deals with your symptoms, not the cause of the problem. While Dr. Goodfellow is certified to give […]
TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint, which is an anatomic term. TMD stands for tmporomandibular dysfunction, which is the name of a syndrome.