Craniofacial Pain, TMJ and Sleep of Oklahoma

448 36th Ave. N.W., Suite 103
Norman, Oklahoma 73072

Phone: 405.321.8030
Fax: 405.321.2108


Mon. - Thurs.
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8 a.m. - noon
(Business Office open only)

Oklahoma Dentist office

Welcome to Craniofacial Pain, TMJ, and Sleep of Oklahoma

With multiple board certifications and over forty years of experience, it is deeply rewarding to know that we can offer real solutions to patients of all ages who suffer from TMJ disorders, headaches and all types of facial pain, and sleep disorders.

We understand the pain our patients endure. And we validate in them what they are experiencing. We know that helping you feel at ease is the first step toward giving you excellent care. It lays the foundation for achieving the results you need - and deserve.

Ongoing clinical research, active participation in professional organizations, plus continuing education of our doctor and staff allows us to offer the most innovative diagnostic and dental treatment techniques that is, treatment that produces exceptional results without surgery, reliance on analgesics or prolonged drug use. This is why patients (and referring physicians) trust our credentials and rely upon us for the specialized oral, dental and craniofacial therapies they need to resolve their most complex concerns.

TMJ and TMD Pain screening dental equipment

SLEEP SCREENING - Left untreated, snoring and sleep apnea can put you at increased risk of developing serious health problems including high blood pressure, stroke, congestive heart failure and coronary artery disease. While it cannot replace an exam by a qualified sleep professional, this Self-Scoring Sleep Questionnaire can help you determine if you are at risk.

TMD SCREENING - TMD-related pain and dysfunction often go undiagnosed. Using a One-Minute TMD Screening your healthcare provider can use to assess your potential for a TMJ disorder. It's quick, easy and especially helpful when no other diagnosis can be made.

DID YOU KNOW... Snoring can lead to sleep apnea because it can change tissue structure. Early treatment of TMD can help prevent you from developing degenerative arthritis.

PAIN POINTER - Yawning. Opening your mouth too wide when yawning can make your jaw joint crack or pop loudly. It can also cause your mouth to lock OPEN. When you feel a yawn coming, tuck your lower lip over your bottom teeth. This will prevent you from opening too widely.

Dr. Talley is a board-certified dentist offering real, clinically-proven solutions for headaches, jaw pain, and sleep-disordered breathing (snoring, sleep apnea and CPAP intolerance). He and his experienced staff are here to help you be happy, healthy and pain-free.

In more than 95% of cases, TMJ disorders and sleep-disordered breathing can be managed successfully without surgery. We encourage you to contact us for a second opinion before undergoing any surgical procedure.