• About Us

  • Dr. Brad Eli

    Dr. Brad Eli is a nationally-recognized leader in pain management and the treatment of sleep disordered breathing. He is recognized by colleagues in both medicine and dentistry and works closely with physicians and dentists in the treatment of their patients.

    His expertise in pain and sleep led him to develop a patient-centered method that matches each patient with the best treatment for their symptoms and lifestyle. Patients diagnosed and treated by Dr. Eli consistently achieve documented symptom reduction and improved treatment outcomes. Dr. Eli was the first Medicare and Tricare approved provider for multi therapy sleep treatment in Southern California.

    Dr. Eli earned a post-doctoral Master’s degree at UCLA where he received advanced training in orofacial pain and sleep disorders. He remains the only expert with this unique skill set in the San Diego region.

    Dr. Eli is on the hospital staff at Palomar Medical Center, Tri-City Medical Center, Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas, and Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla.

    He is a diplomate of the American Board of Orofacial Pain, a contributing author to textbooks, and a member of numerous professional associations including American Pain Society, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr. Eli holds multiple patents in the fields of both sleep and pain.

    Dr. Eli is also a Diplomate of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy.

  • Dr. Bryan Kim

    Born and raised in ­Southern California, Dr. Kim was inspired at an early age to pursue a career in dentistry. His father is a practicing dentist and consequently Dr. Kim was immersed in the dental profession throughout his entire life. His motivation for following in his father’s footsteps was to relieve patient’s pain and to have personal contact with his patients.

    Dr. Kim’s career took an abrupt turn when attending a professional meeting for the free pizza. At this meeting he was introduced to the field of Orofacial Pain Management. This field captured his attention as it offered the opportunity to meet his goals of relieving pain and developing rapport with his patients.

    This dream became a reality when Dr. Kim was accepted into the full-time UCLA residency program for treating patients with headache, facial pain, jaw pain, and sleep disordered breathing.

    Dr. Kim’s academic background includes: 

    • Bachelor's Degree from UC Berkeley in Molecular and Cellular Biology. 
    • Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) from UCLA School of Dentistry.
    • Post-doc Residency in the UCLA Orofacial Pain & Dental Sleep Medicine Program where Dr. Kim was Chief Resident in his final year. 

    Dr. Kim has been involved in research at the undergraduate and graduate level. One of these projects was published in the prestigious academic journal Neuroscience