Pain & Sleep Dentistry
Suffering from Sleep Problems or Orofacial Pain?
Dr. Chionh holds full membership to all four Royal Surgical Colleges of the United Kingdom and Ireland. He has also gone through formal residency training in Orofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine, resulting in certification and accreditation in these areas. Dr Chionh has a special interest and passion for dental implants, TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder), and chronic pain issues. Click to find out more.
How a Dentist Can Help to Treat Your Sleep Apnoea Problems
Your dentist will first examine your teeth, mouth and TMJ (temporomandibular joints), to determine if Mandibular Advancement Devices or orofacial therapy are suitable for you. They are commonly used, and have fewer side effects as well.