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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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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

Aching Jaws and Worn Teeth – Join the Club!

October 4, 2019

Do your jaw muscles ache? Do you have headaches? Are your teeth extremely sensitive and showing signs of wear? You might be grinding your teeth and clenching your jaws excessively, a condition called “bruxism.”

It is estimated that between 8% and 31% of people suffer from this common condition, with many unaware of the behavior, especially when the symptoms are not obvious.

Constantly Tired and Have Trouble Controlling Your Weight?

August 28, 2019

Have you noticed the numbers on your scale creeping higher, ignoring your efforts to eat healthy? Do you resolve to exercise more but instead find yourself too exhausted to begin? By any chance does your partner say that you snore in your sleep? These may be symptoms of a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).