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Focused on the biopsychosocial model of healthcare, Dr. Levi is committed to treating TMJ and facial pain. She focuses her practice on treating and managing patients who have jaw pain, difficulty chewing, headaches, facial pain, mouth sores and obstructive sleep apnea. Additionally, trained in dental oncology, Dr. Levi also has the unique qualifications to treat the oral manifestations cancer therapy. 

Her practice areas focus on: 

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

  • Tooth grinding and clenching (bruxism)

  • Tension, Migraine and Cluster Headaches 

  • Facial Pain

  • Burning Mouth Syndrome

  • Ear Pain

  • Jaw Pain

  • Persistent toothache

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Myofascial Pain

  • Myalgia and muscle pain

  • Mucositis and mouth sores

  • Xerostomia and dry mouth

  • Radiation Fibrosis syndrome 

DENTAL Oncology

It's easy to forget about your mouth when you have recently been diagnosed with cancer but it is important that you don't! Dr. Levi has extensive experience treating patients before, during and after cancer therapy.​​ Find out more:

Pre-therapy oral evaluation and treatment

Oral care and evaluation before, during and after: 


Radiation treatment

Stem cell transplant or bone marrow transplant

Head and/or neck surgery

Other cancer related therapies such as anti-resorptive medications


Evaluation and management of soft tissue conditions such as :

Mouth sores, lesions or ulcers (mucositis)

Oral graft versus host disease (GVHD)

Dry mouth and/or salivary gland dysfunction

Foul or metallic taste

Radiation fibrosis syndrome and trismus


Management of hard tissue conditions such as: 

medication related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ)

osteoradionecrosis of the jaw (ORN)

dental oncology

Oral Medicine

​Many say the windows are the eyes to the soul. Dr. Levi firmly believes the mouth is a snapshot of your overall health. Oral diseases and disorders may be latent and or may be extremely debilitating affecting your ability to eat, drink, speak and socialize possibly leading to malnutrition and other health conditions. Additionally, often many underlying health conditions may manifest first in the mouth affecting the tongue, floor of mouth, lips, cheeks and palate. Do you suffer from an oral disease or disorder?

In the hands of the right oral healthcare professional, these oral conditions may be appropriately managed and treated. Lauren Levi DMD performs a thorough oral evaluation emphasized on diagnosing and quickly providing you with the appropriate treatment.

Oral diseases and disorders

  • Burning mouth or tongue

  • Swollen or enlarged gums

  • White or red patches in the mouth such as lichen planus

  • Burning mouth or tongue

  • Oral changes from systemic diseases including Crohn's disease and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

  • Thrush (oral yeast infection)

  • Bacterial and viral Infections

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Do you wake up with daily headaches? Does it hurt to chew? 

Have you been told you have TMJ? The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ), the joint that connects the upper jaw (maxilla) to the lower jaw (mandible), is vital for eating and speaking. Often people are told they have TMJ when in actuality they have a Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD). TMJ disorders and orofacial pain can be debilitating and interfere with daily life functions. An orofacial pain dentist, Lauren Levi DMD has extensive experience treating TMD and facial pain and can put you on the right track to feeling better today.

Evaluation and management of orofacial pain

TMJ disorders and tooth grinding (bruxism)

Neuropathic pain of the jaw such as phantom tooth pain

Facial and trigeminal neuralgia


orofacial pain

Dental Sleep Medicine

Do you feel rested when you wake up in the morning?


Have you ever been told that you snore?

Snoring may be a sign that you are suffering from obstructive sleep apnea, a sleep disorder, that may be potentially dangerous if left untreated. 

Did you know that a dentist can treat sleep apnea?

Lauren Levi, DMD, has extensive experience treating sleep apnea and can help you get a good night's sleep today.

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