It's estimated that 1 in 10 people can experience symptoms related to TMJ dysfunction. If you are experiencing headaches or other facial related pain, we can help to treat the cause.
Sleep Apnea (Apnoea)
Do you snore, wake unrefreshed, suffer from daytime tiredness, or wake during the night choking or gasping for air? If Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is the cause we can help with a variety of treatments to help you back to a healthier you.
Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)
Bruxism is the habitual, involuntary grinding of teeth or tension in the jaw. The associated tight clenching of the jaw can lead to TMJ dysfunction and associated orofacial pain symptoms.
Jaw pain is a common symptom of TMD. If you have sharp jaw pains or constant discomfort and pain in and around the jaw area, you may have TMJ dysfunction. We can help.
Jaw Pain in Children
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder could be the underlying cause of pain, tension, jaw locking or jaw clicking in children. A consultation at the TMJ Relief Clinic will identify this for you.
CPAP is the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure method that can help you get a sound nights sleep without snoring.
Wondering how to stop snoring? The answer to your snoring solution could be related to temporomandibular joint dysfunction. We provide comprehensive analysis and treatment.
TMJ treatment using low level laser therapy decreases inflammation, decreases pain and helps to decrease tension in the targeted muscle.
TMJ issues start to develop from birth with feeding options affecting the natural jaw development of babies
TMJ Relief Clinic – Melbourne
As part of Richmond Fine Dentistry, the TMJ Relief Clinic offers dedicated TMJ dysfunction treatment in Richmond. It’s a quick tram ride along Bridge Rd from the Melbourne CBD. It’s estimated that 1 in 10 people suffer from TMJ Disorders in various stages of development. A single visit to our specialist TMJ Clinic will diagnose if you are affected. Various TMJ Therapy options are available. Contact Us to find out more.
Children’s TMJ Disorder
Temporomandibular joint disorder can onset from an early age. An increasing body of evidence is indicating a causal relationship between bottle feeding, sippy cups, thumb sucking and the development of TMJ disorders. Other causes are linked to anxiety, stress and the effects of teeth grinding and/or clenching. At a young age, the objective is to provide techniques to help the child recognise jaw tension and provide management strategies. Find out more
Sleep Disorders and Dental Problems
Lack of, or interrupted sleep can have a compounding effect on your body’s ability to respond and function normally. Dental sleep medicine specialists, like those at the TMJ Relief Clinic, specialise in the diagnosis and management of sleep-related disorders caused by dental problems. These include TMD, Snoring, Sleep Apnoea and Bruxism. Contact us for a comprehensive assessment of sleep disorders related to dental problems and the treatment options available. Find out more