Our team offers natural, non-surgical solutions when providing TMJ and sleep therapy in Los Angeles, California, because we believe in healing patients and improving their lifestyle though quality care. You can learn more about our practice, Drs. Ariz and Arami, and our friendly, professional team by taking a look at some of these pages:

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Our philosophy is to treat sleep health with a multidisciplinary approach. As many scientific findings indicate, sleep is a key thread that intertwines numerous medical disciplines, including cardiology, endocrinology, ENT, and pediatrics as well as chronic pain and temporomandibular joint dysfunctions (TMJ/TMD). Sleep pathology and conditions of sleep disordered breathing have a large impact on overall health.

One critical aspect of sleep research involves the understanding of nasal airway patency. This is not only crucial for good sleep health, but also for the functional oral/facial development of children. In addition, nasal breathing is one of the first aspects of immune defense because it reduces development to allergies, environmental sensitivities, and overactive/autoimmune responses. Poor or inadequate nasal breathing can result in numerous pathologies and problems, including headaches, unstable glycemic control, increased cardiovascular disease, temporomandibular dysfunctions, and reduced cognitive performance. Quality nasal breathing is an essential element of maintaining a lifetime of good health.

We can produce the most optimal treatment results by identifying the cause of a problem and determining its relation to sleep conditions, TMJ disorder, and nasal airway patency. Our doctors and team have the knowledge, skill, and experience to complete this philosophy when we provide treatment for TMJ disorder, craniofacial pain, snoring, sleep apnea, and other related conditions. We can restore orthopedic functions, improve breathing, and resolve other symptoms when creating customized orthopedic appliances for functional and structural therapies.