TMJ, Headaches & Migraines, Snoring and Sleep Disorders


TMJ Doctor Rockwall

Ron Perkins, DDS, MSD

Do you suffer from frequent headaches or migraines or have trouble sleeping, including snoring or sleep apnea? TMJ problems, which are often related to headaches, are a strong symptom of a sleep disorder, where a patient is clenching or grinding their teeth during the night. Dr. Ron Perkins has been successfully treating patients with TMJ-related problems for many years, and has drastically increased his success rate to more than 96 percent by using a modified oral sleep appliance to treat the TMJ and sleep problems. He is treating the CAUSE of the TMJ problem rather than just the SYMPTOMS and drastically improving patients’ lives.

Many people suffer needlessly, even though the diagnosis and treatment is simpler than you might think. If you grind or clench your teeth there’s a strong possibility you may have one or more of these problems, which will continue to get worse throughout your lifetime. Common symptoms like depression, high stress, anxiety, cognitive problems, night sweats, acid reflux or indigestion, fibromyalgia, and many types of headaches can be related to interrupted sleep.


Too often, the SYMPTOMS of sleep disorder are being treated and not the real CAUSE. For example, high blood pressure, acid reflux, indigestion, and depression are usually treated with medications.

Many patients are taking strong drugs for headaches and poor sleep, which mask SYMPTOMS and don’t address the CAUSE of their pain and suffering.

Many patients have suffered from childhood with early symptoms of sleep disorders, as it is well known that these sleep problems are inherited and start at birth and are usually not recognized by many health professionals today. Family histories of heart attacks, diabetes, hypertension, thyroid problems, indigestion, snoring, insomnia, severe headaches, jaw problems, or any type of dementia are all related. Brain fog, extremely common with all sleep disorders, is caused by a lack of brain clearing of amyloid waste proteins across the blood/brain barrier, which is supposed to happen during deep sleep, which is reduced by sleep disorders.


Dr. Perkins uses a special TMJ balanced oral sleep appliance, which is custom fit to each patient’s mouth and jaw, making it much more comfortable, easier to wear and much more effective than most other appliances. Many patients quickly realize major improvements in a few days and major life changes within a few months.

If you have tried other options like CPAPs, oral appliances, bite splints, night guards, or even surgery without success, then the TMJ Balanced Appliance from Dr. Perkins will produce much better results.


Dr. Perkins understands his patients’ struggles because he himself has suffered from sleep apnea. This treatment has become his life passion and mission.



1010 W. Ralph Hall Pkwy,Suite 101
Rockwall , TX, 75032
(972) 722-2200

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