In response to the current situation we are facilitating pre-diagnosis to all past and new patients at home.
Are you experiencing any pain or discomfort?
Get a Video Consultation with your local dentist
Do you have of these issues?
Snoring & Sleep Apnoea
If you snore or cough/gasp for air while you sleep at night, you may not be breathing properly in your sleep. You may be potentially choking yourself, plus disturbing other people’s sleep.
Teeth clenching and grinding
Are you grinding away your teeth at night while you sleep? Do you wake in the morning with tight/painful jaw muscles? Book a consult today to stop your teeth grinding
TMJ or Jaw pain
If your jaw clicks/pops, or hurts when you open or close your mouth, you may have Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD). Book now to relieve your jaw pain today!
About Your Dentist
Dr. Damian Teo
Sleep & TMJ Dentist at Melbourne Dental Sleep Clinic
Damian is a holistic dentist with a focused interest in snoring, sleep disorders, teeth grinding, TMJ disorders and airway focused orthodontics. In his dentistry, Damian is passionate about looking “beyond the mouth” and treating the body as a whole. He believes dentists play an important role in being able to recognise airway/breathing issues, sleeping problems, and craniofacial pain (such as headaches, neck pain, and TMJ disorders). This led him to undergo extensive postgraduate training with world renowned specialists in the field of sleep medicine and TMJ disorders.
Damian is a member of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA), and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Dental Sleep Medicine with the University of Western Australia. Damian also consults out of the Melbourne TMJ & Facial Pain Centre, and previously worked in Darwin’s first official TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre, where he exclusively treated patients for snoring, sleep apnoea, teeth grinding and TMD. Damian understands the value in working with skilled allied health practitioners outside of dentistry. He has presented talks and held seminars to medical and dental professionals to spread the knowledge that dentists can help one’s health and quality of life “beyond the mouth.”