If you are looking for treatment for your headaches, jaw pain, or ringing in your ears, we can help. If you are trying to find relief from your daytime sleepiness, loss of energy and focus, or incessant snoring, we can help. At the Michigan Center for TMJ & Sleep Wellness and through our extensive network of care partners, we treat TMJ, sleep apnea, and all their related symptoms and complications.
If you are tired of living life with chronic pain or a lack of energy and are looking for a treatment center that considers all treatment options, then you are looking for the Michigan Center for TMJ & Sleep Wellness. If you are looking for effective TMJ and sleep apnea treatments in Detroit, please call (248) 825-8277 or email us today for an appointment.
Care Across the Lines
TMJ and sleep apnea are both interdisciplinary conditions. To diagnose and treat them properly often requires the expertise of several different specialties. Unfortunately, modern medicine is full of divisions, and often healthcare providers don’t work well together, even when it would be in the best interest of the patient. At the Michigan Center for TMJ & Sleep Wellness, we have only one priority: providing you with the best care possible.
Many people who have sleep apnea aren’t aware that they are also at risk for TMJ. In fact, about half of people with sleep apnea have TMJ, and perhaps 75% of TMJ sufferers have some form of sleep disordered breathing, such as snoring or sleep apnea. It’s crucial that treatment for either of these conditions is actually therapeutic for both.
Utilizing his expertise and training as a neuromuscular and sleep dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Haddad offers complete care for these conditions when appropriate. When necessary, he utilizes the expertise of area doctors, physical therapists, and other healthcare providers to ensure that every patient is getting the best care that modern medicine—in any discipline—can provide.
About Dr. Haddad
Dr. Haddad is one of the most recognized dentists in Michigan, partly for his extensive work with TMJ and sleep apnea sufferers. He has never been one to recognize that the word “dentist” means he should limit himself to being a “tooth doctor.” Instead, he realized that the body is a complete system with complex interactions that are best understood and treated with a broader perspective.
Focusing on the impact that jaw position and function has on the muscles, nerves, and airway, Dr. Haddad has realized that he can do a lot of good for a lot of patients who couldn’t find help elsewhere. He also realized, though, that he couldn’t do it all, and has reached out to care providers in many complementary disciplines to ensure that every patient he sees gets care that is based on results and isn’t blinded by traditional disciplinary limitations.
If you would like to learn more about our comprehensive approach to TMJ and sleep apnea and live in the Detroit area, please call (248) 825-8277 or email the Michigan Center for TMJ & Sleep Wellness today for an appointment.
Jeffrey S. Haddad D.D.S. received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1997. He completed his dental education at the University of Michigan in 2001. Since graduation, Dr. Haddad has been immersed in his training at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies.
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