YOUR KANSAS CITY SLEEP APNEA & TMJ DENTIST
Welcome to Raman Center for TMJ and Sleep
At Raman Center for TMJ and Sleep, you’ll find high-quality care from caring and compassionate sleep and TMJ professionals. Our neuromuscular dentist, Dr. Prabu Raman, can help you eliminate your TMJ pain and get a better night’s sleep with treatment.
The treatment patients receive at our Kansas City dental practice is life-changing. Patients come feeling drained and frustrated at the lack of care they received elsewhere and leave with a new lease on life. We treat everyone, from children to adults, because we believe everyone is entitled to a healthy and joyful life. Our office stands out from the crowd because we understand that TMJ and sleep apnea are two sides of the same coin. We treat the root cause of the problem, leaving you pain-free and with a good night’s sleep every night. Your Kansas City sleep and TMJ dentist is here to help.
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Relieve Your TMJ Pain with Treatment in Kansas City
TMJ disorder is a painful and often debilitating condition that stems from a misaligned jaw joint. People with TMJ disorder often suffer from headaches, facial pain, ear pain, difficulty chewing and talking, worn down teeth, and other symptoms that make it challenging to go about daily activities. Due to these symptoms, your family life, social life, and career can suffer.
But you don’t have to live with TMJ disorder pain. With treatment from Kansas City, TMJ dentist Dr. Prabu Raman, you can regain your life. Patients who have received TMJ treatment from Dr. Raman describe it as life-changing, as they can enjoy their favorite activities that were no longer enjoyable with TMJ pain.
Treat Your Sleep Apnea to Better Your Life
Sleep apnea is a common condition that is 80% undiagnosed and untreated. Those with sleep apnea suffer headaches, daytime sleepiness, snoring, memory fog, mood disturbances, and much more due to the lack of sleep they receive each night. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea and is treatable in our Kansas City dental office. Through the use of oral appliance therapy, we can reposition your jaw at night, so your tongue and other soft tissues don’t block your airway. With a clear airway, you’ll sleep all night, wake up feeling rested, and generally feel like yourself again. Treating sleep apnea also lowers your risk for comorbidities that result from untreated sleep apnea, like heart disease. Make an appointment with Dr. Raman today to treat your obstructive sleep apnea and enjoy your life again.