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TMJ/TMD & Sleep Apnea Treatment - Fort Worth, TX

The Relief You Need & Sleep You Deserve

A full, rich life without having to worry about TMD/TMJ, excessive migraines, and snoring issues is only a phone call away. Contact Fort Worth Snoring & Sleep Center today to discover the possibilities and finally get relief.

We are in network with most Major Insurances to Provide Affordable Sleep Apnea Treatment!
Problems We Solve

Our practice in your area has a simple mission that can have a dramatic effect on our patients' quality of life. We aim to stop persistent jaw pain & headaches and help people overcome sleep apnea and snoring using simple, effective, and non-invasive solutions. Thanks to our unique expertise, we can eliminate these chronic problems and provide long-lasting relief for decades to come.

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Sleep Apnea & TMJ/TMD Expertise

Exceptionally Skilled
Uniquely Qualified

As a sleep apnea dentist in Fort Worth, Dr. Mitch Conditt has been providing patients around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex with comprehensive treatment for temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD/TMJ) and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) for more than 30 years here at Fort Worth Snoring & Sleep Center. A highly-credentialed clinician and member of several of dentistry’s leading professional organizations, Dr. Conditt prides himself on staying at the forefront of treatments and research to control these cumbersome problems. Over 60 million Americans are struggling with the debilitating effects of TMD/TMJ and sleep apnea every day, and it’s his goal to help you finally get the relief you need and enjoy the refreshing sleep you deserve.

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“I compared his credentials and ratings with other contenders including a couple from D Magazine's Best. One of my criteria was his expertise in TMJ/TMD. Dr. Conditt is one of fewer than five dentists in the Metroplex with certification in the method from Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dentistry to realign one's bite. His pricing compared very favorably to the contenders and he is very ethical in his fee structure as well. Dr. Conditt's office is as appealing, staff is as friendly and competent, and his hygienist is one of the best I have had.”

Anne F., Monticello, TX

"Dr. Conditt is one of the top clinical clinicians in the country. The quality of the work he offers is unsurpassed. They serve their patients with the highest standard of care and are always demonstrating a consistent superior level of customer service. I have known these guys personally for a long time and they are top quality people!"

Cameron B., Arlington Heights, TX

"Dr. Conditt operates a first-class practice. His staff reflects his value and commitment to excellence. His office design and decor represent his approach to detail and impeccable taste. The environment is relaxing. The follow up and personal attention of Dr. Conditt are the best I have enjoyed. I am very pleased to have found Dr. Conditt and will recommend his services to anyone, especially those seeking a discerning experience."

Jack N., Weatherford, TX
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Exceptional Care. Affordable Prices.

Whether you’re coming to our nearby practice for oral appliance therapy or TMJ treatment, you can have peace of mind knowing that we are here to help you navigate every aspect of your care, including the cost. We welcome Tri-Care, BlueCross BlueShield, United Healthcare, and Aetna medical insurance, and we are happy to accept flexible financing through CareCredit as well. If you want to learn more, then the next step is simple: give us a call!

We Look Forward to Seeing You Soon!

When it comes time for your appointment with our Fort Worth sleep dentist , head on over to our office, which is located at 451 University Drive Suite 102 in Fort Worth, TX. We’re between Hysen's Nizza Pizza and Starbucks, and we’re across the street from the Shell gas station. If you have any trouble finding us, simply give us a call – we’ll help!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Chances are that you’ve heard of sleep apnea and TMJ disorder, but you may not be entirely sure how they work or how they can be treated. Naturally, our team can answer any sleep apnea or TMJ questions you might have. But why wait to get answers when you can start learning more right now? Below are some FAQs that include questions that many patients tend to have when they’re suffering from sleep-disordered breathing or chronic jaw pain.

What Happens If Sleep Apnea is Left Untreated?

Some people are tempted to leave their sleep apnea untreated. However, this is never a good decision. Having your sleep constantly interrupted by pauses in your breathing can significantly increase your risk for dangerous health issues such as strokes and heart disease. On top of that, sleep apnea often leaves you feeling excessively drowsy and can interfere with your ability to concentrate, which can lead to accidents at work and on the road.

Simply put, the safest thing to do when you believe that you have sleep apnea is to seek a diagnosis as soon as you can. A sleep test can help confirm the nature of your sleep disorder and how severe it is; this information is critical in determining the best next steps for treatment.

Is an Oral Appliance Better Than a CPAP Machine?

It depends on the situation. Oral appliances tend to work best for mild to moderate cases of sleep apnea; if your disorder is particularly severe, you will most likely need to consider other forms of treatment. That being said, if you find your CPAP machine to be too noisy or uncomfortable to the point where you stop using it altogether, then a comfortable, completely silent oral appliance is definitely worth considering.

What is the Best TMJ Treatment?

At our office, we often recommend customized oral splints for treating a TMJ disorder. The appliance will help your jaw find a better resting position so that the muscles, ligaments, and nerves around the temporomandibular joint have a chance to rest. It should be noted that we take a neuromuscular approach to TMJ treatment, meaning we view the jaw, head, and neck as a single system; this makes it easier to identify and treat the real source of the problem. In certain situations, orthodontic corrections or restorative treatments may be required.

Can I Treat TMJ Disorder Myself?

There are steps you can take at home that can help lessen the pain caused by your TMJ disorder. For example, you can switch to a soft food diet in order to avoid overworking the muscles in your jaw. On top of that, stretching and massaging your jaw muscles can often help. And of course, applying an ice pack to the area can go a long way toward reducing your discomfort. Of course, at-home remedies are no substitute for having your TMJ disorder diagnosed and treated by a professional.