Dr. Halligan’s former San Diego TMJ Practice Continues

Dr. Raymond Carpenter treats TMJ patients in San Diego, CA

Dr. Halligan’s San Diego TMJ Practice Continues

Dr. Raymond Carpenter treats TMJ patients in San Diego, CA.

Dr. Raymond Carpenter is now treating TMJ patients in San Diego. call 858-277-3910.

Dr. Halligan

Dear Friends,

The day has come finally for me to make the transition to retirement. I am proud to announce that the office is being transferred to the capable hands of Dr. Raymond Carpenter. Dr. Carpenter, a prosthodontist in Rancho Bernardo, is also a member of the American Association of Craniofacial Pain. The office phone remains the same: 858-277-3910.

I have a great deal of gratitude for your support over nearly two decades. With Dr. Carpenter now on board, I think you can look forward to years of continued help with TMJ related concerns.

William Halligan

For DENTAL PROFESSIONALS, Dr. Halligan is available for consultation especially regarding patients with TMJ or occlusal issues.
His many years of experience can be valuable whether one is implementing TMD treatments in a general practice setting or wishes to have a practice devoted entirely to oral-facial pain treatment.

For PATIENTS and CONSUMERS, Dr. Halligan provides an online gateway for obtaining help with your TMJ pain and related issues.
Upon request he can review patient complaints and history, read jaw CT scans or MRIs and provide a report of findings.
TMJ help starts here.

New Video — Why do your patients have Orofacial Pain?

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Is it a TMJ disorder? If you’d like to do more comprehensive dentistry I’d suggest you first look at screening and diagnostic procedures for TMJ disorders, because the TMJs are actually the foundation to occlusion.

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