A full night’s sleep is essential to your overall health. If you are well rested, you feel good and can function at your best. At TMJ & Sleep Center Of Metropolitan NJ, our goal is to help patients affected by sleep disorders get a more restful and restorative night’s sleep. Our skilled and experienced professional team provides a comprehensive range of the most advanced solutions for the treatment of sleep disorders. We customize every plan of care to address individual needs and to ensure a better night’s rest to maintain overall well being.
With patient care and comfort as our top priorities, we blend state-of-the-art technology with the highest level of skill and compassion to help every patient experience a safer and more beneficial night’s sleep. By helping our patients breathe easier while sleeping we can improve wellness and daily function for a better quality of life.
We encourage you to browse through our website for more information and to contact us with any additional questions or to schedule an appointment for care.
We always welcome patients who are looking for a new dentist to address their TMJ and sleep apnea needs.
We proudly participate with Delta Dental Premier, Cigna PPO, Guardian PPO and United Concordia Elite.
We are located at 22 Old Short Hills Road, Suite 206, Livingston, NJ 07039 with easy parking available in our lot.
It is our goal to make your visit with us a pleasant one and to send you home with a beautiful and healthy smile.
Under the leadership of R. Craig Miller, DMD, MAGD, FICOI, The Miller Center team shares a dedication to delivering the very best preventive, restorative, and cosmetic care possible. Dr. Miller is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry and is a Fellow of The International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He is also qualified to treat sleep apnea by the Diplomate, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. Whether you need a routine dental exam or a complex restorative procedure, you can rest assured you’re in the best of hands with the staff’s male and female providers.
It is estimated that more than 10 million people in the United States are affected by temporomandibular joint problems. When evaluating for the presence of a TMJ disorder, the dentist will perform a thorough clinical assessment of joint symptoms and function.
In situations of mild to moderate sleep apnea, a dental appliance may be deemed the appropriate treatment. An oral appliance is easy to wear, easy to care for, comfortable, and portable. Oral appliances are individually fabricated, and customized for both maximum effectiveness and comfort.
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