SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT

What is Sleep Apnea Treatment?

Sleep apnea is a common yet serious sleep disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. The disorder involves a cessation in your breathing throughout the night due to a small flap closing across the throat. With proper sleep apnea treatment, this flap is forced open and your airway is clear to breathe easy. We offer dental sleep apnea treatment that is comfortable yet highly effective.

Why might you need Sleep Apnea Treatment?

If you have sleep apnea and are looking for an effective treatment, a sleep apnea guard is a great alternative to other options. It is not uncommon for patients to have issues wearing CPAP machines. For this reason, a dental mouth guard that can help to keep the airway open while you sleep is easier to wear. These mouth guards are custom made to fit your mouth and can provide you with a secure, comfortable fit.

We offer dental sleep apnea treatment that is comfortable yet highly effective.

What makes you a good candidate for Sleep Apnea Treatment?

To be considered for a sleep apnea mouth guard, you will need to come into our office for a consultation. The consultation involves an exam and impressions that are then sent to a lab where the guards are made for you. It is important that you wear the sleep apnea mouth piece every night in order for it to be effective. You should keep up with your medical care through a doctor concerning your sleep apnea.

What can you expect with Sleep Apnea Treatment?

You will first come in for an exam and consultation. Impressions are made of your mouth and sent to a dental lab. Custom-made guards are made for you and fitted in office to ensure they’re comfortable and keeping your airway open. You will need to wear this mouth piece nightly to treat your sleep apnea. Many patients have found that this treatment option is easier and more comfortable than a CPAP machine. The mouth piece will need to be replaced after a few years and should be checked regularly for signs of wear and tear.

If you have sleep apnea and are looking for treatment options, our staff members will be more than happy to help answer your questions.

SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT

What is Sleep Apnea Treatment?

Sleep apnea is a common yet serious sleep disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. The disorder involves a cessation in your breathing throughout the night due to a small flap closing across the throat. With proper sleep apnea treatment, this flap is forced open and your airway is clear to breathe easy. We offer dental sleep apnea treatment that is comfortable yet highly effective.

Why might you need Sleep Apnea Treatment?

If you have sleep apnea and are looking for an effective treatment, a sleep apnea guard is a great alternative to other options. It is not uncommon for patients to have issues wearing CPAP machines. For this reason, a dental mouth guard that can help to keep the airway open while you sleep is easier to wear. These mouth guards are custom made to fit your mouth and can provide you with a secure, comfortable fit.

We offer dental sleep apnea treatment that is comfortable yet highly effective.

What makes you a good candidate for Sleep Apnea Treatment?

To be considered for a sleep apnea mouth guard, you will need to come into our office for a consultation. The consultation involves an exam and impressions that are then sent to a lab where the guards are made for you. It is important that you wear the sleep apnea mouth piece every night in order for it to be effective. You should keep up with your medical care through a doctor concerning your sleep apnea.

What can you expect with Sleep Apnea Treatment?

You will first come in for an exam and consultation. Impressions are made of your mouth and sent to a dental lab. Custom-made guards are made for you and fitted in office to ensure they’re comfortable and keeping your airway open. You will need to wear this mouth piece nightly to treat your sleep apnea. Many patients have found that this treatment option is easier and more comfortable than a CPAP machine. The mouth piece will need to be replaced after a few years and should be checked regularly for signs of wear and tear.

If you have sleep apnea and are looking for treatment options, our staff members will be more than happy to help answer your questions.

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