Relieve your jaw pain and headaches.
TMJ Relief in Raleigh, NC
Have you been experiencing headaches, migraines, or muscle pains in your face or upper back?
You may have an unbalanced temporomandibular joint (TMJ) – or TMJ disorder. This happens when muscles connecting the jaw bone to the skull are strained in an awkward position.
Luckily, Dr. Sarant can help! You don’t have to suffer any longer.
TMJ treatment eases your pain, restores normal jaw movement, and reduces unnecessary stress on your jaw.
Don’t live in pain! We want you to feel comfortable and happy. We’d love to help- schedule a consultation today.
TMJ treatment helps your muscles maintain a more comfortable position, which will make you feel better.
When your jaw is eased into a more relaxed position, you’ll be able to eat, sleep, and talk with no trouble.
We’re confident you’ll no longer be in pain after TMJ treatment. You can live life your way without pain from stopping you.
Get The Relief You Need, From Raleigh’s Premier Dentist.
How does TMJ treatment work?
- Cozy atmosphere: With our welcoming staff and spa-like atmosphere, you’ll feel calm from the moment you walk in.
- Same-day emergencies: If you have an emergency, we’ll strive to see you the same day. We also offer early-hour appointments for your convenience.
- Have no fear: Dr. James Sarant studied at one of the top dental institutions in the country, the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI)… opens in a new window to LVI website… to provide you with excellent, long-lasting care. Our office also invests in advanced, modern systems to make treatments faster!
Come in for consultation. We’ll discuss your concerns and answer any questions you may have. Our team will walk you through all of your options.
Dr. Sarant will examine your teeth, jaw, and the surrounding muscles to gain a better understanding of your needs. Everyone is unique, so we’ll create a plan specifically for you!
Dr. Sarant will work to relieve your pain by optimally positioning the joint. This can help preserve your teeth and will greatly increase the longevity of restorations.