Welcome to Southwest Orofacial Group

Phoenix: 14861 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032
Tempe: 2034 East Southern Ave., Suite E & F, Tempe, AZ 85282
West Valley: New location coming soon!

Phone: (602) 992-1486 Fax: (602) 992-6604

The doctors at Southwest Orofacial Group are recognized as authorities in TMJ, treatment of TMD, and headache medicine. Our unique group of TMJ doctors have teamed up to provide those suffering with pain stemming from TMJ, TMD and chronic headaches the best treatment options for these and other acute and chronic pain disorders.

Our doctors limit their practice to the field of orofacial pain, and come from a diverse background.  

Southwest Orofacial Group has doctors that can diagnose and treat a wide variety of both acute and chronic conditions such as headache and TMJ, and other conditions that are caused by other issues or prior injuries that can affect many aspects of your body's systems.

TMJ & TMD Doctors in the Phoenix Area
At our practice, we focus on treating TMJ. The temporomandibular joint is what connects the lower portion of the jaw, also known as the mandible, with your temporal bone located on the side of your head. To pinpoint this location, you can place a finger in front of your ears, then simply open your mouth, you will feel the joints on both sides of your head move. Learn more about TMJ and TMD in the Phoenix area.

Treatment for Sleep Apnea & Snoring Therapy
Many in Phoenix seek treatment for chronic snoring or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Those suffering with sleep apnea may be in danger, as they experience disrupted sleep and low blood oxygen levels during what are called sleep apnea episodes. Learn more about treatment for sleep apnea and snorning therapy in the Phoenix valley.

Headaches
Those in Arizona who have lived with chronic headaches will be happy to learn that over the past several years, headache medicine has made some great advances, both in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic headaches. Research in pain management, TMJ and TMD, as well as the availability of better medications have help chronic headache patients. Learn more about headache treatment in Phoenix.