Welcome to the Mid American Treatment Center for TMD!

Thank you for visiting Mid American Treatment Center for TMD's website, where we diagnose and treat orofacial pain and obstructive sleep apnea. Dr. Roger Baker and his staff are dedicated to the most effective, non-invasive care for TMD sufferers. Dr. Baker has been treating TMD and chronic migraine patients since 1992 and has successfully treated nearly 13,000 patients!

Early in his general practice, Dr. Baker identified that temporomandibular joint and muscle dysfunctions lead to instabilities and a host of symptoms. He realized that treating the jaw joint was imperative for maximizing the patient's health and well-being. It compares to building a house - a stable jaw is the foundation upon which the dentistry, either restorative or orthodontics, can be successfully completed with a predictable outcome. It was with this philosophy that Dr. Baker limited his practice in 1998 to treating and managing TMD, orofacial pain and obstructive sleep apnea.

Mid American Treatment Center for TMD (Tulsa) specializes in the following services:

Visit both Mid American Treatment Center for TMD locations in Wichita, Kansas and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Meet Dr. Baker

A Wichita, Kansas native, Dr. Baker graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical School, College of Dentistry. In 1992, he became more interested in temporomandibular dysfunctions and changed his general dentistry practice to a referral-based pain and dysfunction practice.

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Patient Testimonials

We know that our reputation depends on two things: our work and what people say about us. The highest compliment we can receive is a referral to our office! But don't take our word for it - read what our satisfied patients have to say about Mid American Treatment Center for TMD!

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"TMJ" stands for temporomandibular joint, while "TMD" stands for temporomandibular dysfunction. Possible problems include swelling, deterioration of the joint tissue or damaged joint tissue. These disorders are often incorrectly called "TMJ."

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Sleep Apnea

Snoring is caused by the vibrations of your soft and/or hard tissue palates. Loud snorers may have a more serious condition known as obstructive sleep apnea. In these cases, the blockage of air is so great that no air can get through, causing repeated awakenings throughout the night.

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Mid American Treatment Center for TMD

  • Kansas 818 N. Emporia, Suite 101, Wichita, KS 67214 Phone: 316-262-4863
  • Oklahoma 8006 S. 101st East Ave, Suite C, Tulsa, OK 74133 Phone: 918-254-4865

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