Fall in love with
your smile again
at Gorman Dental.

Your team at Gorman Dental
is dedicated to your smile and
overall oral health & wellness.

Our investment in the latest
technology, coupled with our
dedication to your health
and wellness sets the bar
for patient care

Welcome to Gorman Dental

Our dental practice offers a comprehensive array of preventive, cosmetic, and restorative therapies performed with compassion and an eye for detail. Along with general dentistry, we specialize in the treatment of sleep disorders like sleep apnea and snoring, and the management of pain and problems related to TMJ.

Healthy smiles that last a lifetime

When it comes to something as important as your teeth, you want them to remain beautiful and healthy for life. So it is important to treat the underlying causes of dental problems—not just the symptoms. Dr. Martin Gorman’s approach is rooted in the optimal health-based philosophy of bioesthetic dentistry. It is based on years of research and observation of the human chewing system. In healthy systems, there is balance between esthetics, function and comfort. In simple terms, bioesthetic dentistry provides you with a healthy mouth that looks great, feels great, and chews great!

Our mission is to enhance your self image and quality of life. Call us if you would like to:

Relief for TMJ symptoms and pain

Dr. Gorman is a highly trained dental practitioner in the treatment of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction (TMD). He has spent over 35 years learning and practicing the most advanced technology and research to treat TMJ problems, including headaches, ringing in the ears, and facial, neck, and jaw pain.

He uses a unique, multidisciplinary approach to help patients find true relief from their TMJ symptoms. He has worked with many experts in TMJ treatment, including physicians, ear nose and throat doctors, dentists, chiropractors, physical therapists and natural health practitioners.

A better solution for sleep apnea and snoring

Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life-threatening breathing disorder that affects 20 million Americans. A person with sleep apnea stops breathing
during sleep, often hundreds of times each night. It causes a lack of blood oxygen, resulting in poor quality sleep and daily fatigue. CPAP is generally the standard treatment for sleep apnea, but patients who use it average only 4-5 hours of nightly use—not the recommended 7-8 hours.

Dr. Gorman treats patients with an alternative to CPAP: a comfortable, custom-fitted oral appliance worn during sleep. This FDA-approved device prevents airway obstruction, minimizing the effects of sleep apnea and snoring. It helps patients to breathe easily and sleep soundly.