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Maryland Center for Craniofacial TMJ and Dental Sleep Disorders

Anthony B. Sims, DDS PC

8865 Stanford Blvd. 
Columbia, MD 21045

In Favor With God and Man

Meet Dr. Anthony B. Sims


Dr. Anthony B. Sims D.D.S.

8865 Stanford Blvd
Columbia, MD 21045


Office hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 4:00pm
Friday: 8:30am - 1:00pm

Dr. Anthony B. Sims has been Practicing Dentistry for over 35 Years.  He attended college in Lincoln Nebraska and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Ohio State University.

Dr. Sims has always had a desire to be of service to others which lead to his practicing Dentistry on the mission field of Ghana, West Africa.

Dr. Sims has been married for over 40 years. He is the father of three adult children and the grandfather of four.  In addition to his passion for family, Dr. Sims has a passion to educate people on the importance of maintaining excellent dental care and the effect it has on the quality of a person’s life, including how dentistry interrelates with the many different types of movement disorders.

Dr. Sims is a member of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain and practices in Columbia Maryland, where he also treats TMJ/Tourette’s patients. He has lectured in the U.S. on TMJ dysfunction, its treatment and its connection to the various movement disorders.  He has also lectured in London England, Belgium, Canada, and Japan on the Modern Advances in TMJ Treatment.

Dr. Sims peer- reviewed Published articles include:

  • Published:  Tourette syndrome: A Pilot Study for the Discontinuance of Movement Disorder: primary article in the Journal of Craniomandibular Practice (’09)
  • Published: The Relationship between Posture and Equilibrium and the Auriculotemporal Nerve in Patients with Disturbed Gait and Balance:  Journal of Craniomandibular Practrice (’09)
  • Published: An Intraoral Neurocranial Vertical Distractor Appliance Provided Unique Treatment for Tourette’s Syndrome and Resolves Comorbid Neurobehavioral Problems of Obsessive Conplulsive Disorder: Medical Hypothesis Journal (2010)
  • Published: Spasmodic Torticollis: The Dental Connection: Journal of Craniomandibular Practice (2012)
  • Published: Supression of Movement Disorders by Jaw Realignment: Journal of Pain Medicine(2012)

Please explore our website to learn more including the testimonials & videos of previous patients. We look forward to seeing you.