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Daniel Klauer, DDS

Leveraging eight years of dental experience, additional post-graduate training, and over 1,800 hours of continuing education in Craniofacial Pain, TMD, and Sleep Medicine, Dr. Klauer is dedicated to helping sufferers achieve victory over pain, sleepless nights, and all the consequences associated with TMD and sleep apnea.

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“It’s possible to conquer the pain and sleeping challenges caused by your TMJ/TMD and Sleep Apnea.”

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Solutions for TMD and Sleep Apnea

In his recently published book, Dr. Klauer helps readers understand:

  • Need-to-know aspects of their crippling conditions
  • Need-to-know aspects of their crippling conditions
  • Symptoms that accompany these conditions and why they are happening
  • Individual case studies that spotlight how these conditions have been conquered
  • Detailed guidance on how to be victorious over your specific condition
  • How a holistic approach to care is critical to achieving optimal health and comfort
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Recent Articles

How Exercise Helps Treat Sleep Apnea

March 16, 2020

Exercise provides many health benefits. Regular activity such as aerobic exercise, strength training, and participating in sports contributes to a healthier body, helping to prevent a wide range of physical issues related to a sedentary lifestyle. Exercise also has a positive effect on your subjective well-being and mental health, by increasing your energy and serotonin. But did you know that a workout routine can also improve your sleep quality?

The Sleep Apnea & Heart Disease Connection

February 10, 2020

For now, you might be putting up with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) symptoms like loud snoring, morning headaches […]

How To Get a Better Night’s Sleep

January 9, 2020

It’s normal to have an occasional night when you don’t sleep well — constantly waking up during the night and then feeling tired the next day. Several things can cause you to have a bad night’s sleep: stress, overindulgence in food or drink, and illness to name a few.