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TMJ Pain

Your Trusted Dental Office in Mississauga

We specialize in TMJ dysfunction, orofacial pain, snoring and sleep apnea. 

We Treat TMJ Dysfunction in Mississauga

Are you experiencing jaw pain, difficulty in chewing, clicking and locking your jaw joint? Then there is a chance that you may have a temporomandibular disorder (TMD). However, there is no need to panic. It is treatable by a dental professional. Raamya Dentistry is your dental office for the treatment of TMJ dysfunction, orofacial pain, snoring and sleep apnea in Mississauga. Our staff helps children and adults feel comfortable at the office by explaining procedures and helping you achieve optimal health. Schedule your appointment with our dentist today.

At Raamya Dentistry, we only treat patients suffering from TMJ/TMD, orofacial pain, snoring and sleep apnea. Only a handful of dentists throughout Canada treat orofacial pain patients. If you are looking for orofacial pain care services, please click here.

Orofacial Pain

Orofacial pain is a general term covering any pain that is felt in your mouth, jaws and face. If you are suffering from orofacial pain, there is a high probability that it is due to underlying dental causes. It’s wise to book your consultation with a dentist who specializes in the treatment of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) and orofacial pain.

What is Sleep Apnea?

If your airway closes while sleeping, you end up breathing through a narrow airway. It will result in vibrations that cause snoring sound and this condition is called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In this case, you may stop breathing as many as 30 times an hour or even more! Read more.

Professional Affiliations

TMJ Pain we can help you

Orofacial Pain

Over 95% of orofacial pain results from dental causes.

We care for your Pain

TMD/TMJ Dysfunction

TMJ dysfunction can lead to discomfort or pain in your jaw joint.

Snoring we can help you

Sleep Apnea

A sleep disorder in which your breathing repeatedly stops and starts.

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