If you have a cavitation ozone will kill the anaerobic bacteria and you might get some relief from your symptoms. But this is a quick fix at best and not a permantent solution. The anarobic bacteria will soon come back and with them, your health problems.
I've had cavitation surgery using drills and not using drills. The non drilling method is better from a healing point of view, and also if you are awake during the surgery. Hand tools is a lot less traumatic.
I'm not from the US so can't really recommend anyone there. I've heard good things about Dr Shankland. But if he is too expensive, get a cavitat scan. Take it to a maxillofacial surgeon and tell him to open up those areas of bone and thoroughly clean them out. The last cavitation opperation I had, the problem didn't show on x-ray or the cavitat scan, but I knew it was there because my symptoms had returned and I had previously had cavitation surgery there. The dentist was somewhat reluctant to go in again, but when he did he found the cavitation. It may seem pretty insane to some people to ask a dentist to open up your jaw bone. But if you have problems there it can really save your life.