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Bryan P.
Nelson DDS MS 303-427-5000

"You shall do what is right and good in the sight of the Lord." Deut. 6:18


Thank you Dr. Nelson and staff I was struggling with a very difficult case of TMJ when referred to Dr. Nelson. He and his staff were very aware of the special treatment I required and the outcome of my treatment was amazing. Thank you for all you've done. I don't believe it is overstating the case to say you made a very positive improvement in my life.  - Karen R


Dr. Nelson Can Help You with  TMJ Issues:

In the course of his daily orthodontic practice Dr. Nelson noticed an increase in the patients coming in looking for relief from TMJ or Craniofacial pain, and requests for oral sleep appliances. There were really no good resources for help for patients, so Dr. Nelson  enrolled in and completed  a residency program to learn how to treat TMJ and craniofacial pain.  He has also completed a certification program to treat sleep disorders. He has implemented these modalities  into his practice and is delighted to be able to help patients become pain free and healthy.

TMJ and craniofacial pain typically result from jaw para-function, bite discrepancy or damage to the jaw joint and can be very painful. Jaw locking, clicking, facial pain and headaches are common symptoms of problems with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Physicians are often unsure  how to effectively treat the pain and unclear how to correct the problem. Since orthodontists are focused on the jaw, bite, and teeth, it makes perfect sense for them to treat all of the related issues.

Dr. Nelson is one of only a handful of orthodontists in the area qualified to treat these areas in addition to doing braces and creating beautiful smiles.

Dr. Nelson received his diplomat status in TMJ/sleep apnea from the American Academy of craniofacial pain August 2014. The AACFP is a highly regarded association of dentists and doctors with an interest in craniofacial pain and dysfunction The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain is committed to the relief of craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders and dental sleep related disorders and supporting the advancement of education and research.

Listen to Richard's Tesitmony on how Dr. Nelson helped him with his TMJ issues ! 

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