When it comes to treating TMJ disorders, sleep apnea, craniofacial pain, and Sleep disordered breathing, it is crucial to seek professional treatment. Neuvo Wellness offers solutions that help to manage and eliminate the root cause of these symptoms for a lifetime. . These conditions can have a significantly negative impact on one's quality of life and if left untreated typically become more difficult to resolve successfully. Chronic pain affects everything we do and can worsen our sleep quality which compromises our body’s ability to heal itself. Consequently, as our sleep quality declines so does our general health and we are more susceptible to chronic diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and heart attack, etc. Daily living trying to be our best selves is a challenge when we find it hard to focus on our work and relationships when we are living with sleep and pain disorders. Let us help you feel good again and free from debilitating head and neck pain.
For those of you who struggle to use CPAP equipment to treat your sleep apnea, we have effective, non-invasive (non-surgical) treatment. Using state-of-the-art technology we can target the blocked breathing anatomy using the Vivos System to stimulate a permanent change to open breathing passages. The doctors at Neuvo Wellness have helped hundreds of patients address their
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Dr. Bennett enjoys educating patients and giving them the tools to live healthier lives independent of "band-aid" fixes. He regularly attends cutting edge courses that further advance his clinical skills to continuously improve for the benefit of his patients.
Dr. Bennett is the Chairman of the Clinical Advisory Board for Vivos Therapeutics LLC. This allows him to educate other doctors on how to help their patients live a pain-free life.
Dr. Larsen graduated from the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California, in 1978. The next three years took him to Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri, where he served as a captain in the Army Dental Corps. Dr. Larsen started his private dental practice in Provo, Utah, in 1981. Since that time, his appreciation for dentistry has grown as he has served as the president of the Provo District Dental Society in 1996 and the Utah Dental Association in 2002. He currently serves as an examiner for the Western Regional Examining Board, and he previously served on the Utah State Dentist/Dental Hygienist Licensing Board. Dr. Larsen also taught at Roseman University of Health Sciences at the College of Dental Medicine.
Some of Dr. Larsen's interests are boating, raising horses, and riding motocycles as well as being a Father to 3 and Grandfather to 11.
Dr. Randy Nolf, D.D.S. attended the University of Miami, the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and went on to attend Temple University’s Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry to complete his studies. Dr. Nolf gave back to Temple University by serving as a faculty member at the Kornberg School of Dentistry for 9 years. Dr. Nolf specialized in periodontal care and dental implants. He has played a vital role in developing a dental program to improve the treatment and care of periodontal patients. Dr. Nolf is an active member of the American Academy of Periodontology, the Northeast Society of Periodontists, the American Dental Association, the Pennsylvania Dental Association and the Monroe County Dental Society.