Are You Getting A Goodnight’s Rest?
- Approximately 40% of adults over 40 have snoring issues
- Snoring and Sleep Apnea worsens with age, increasing weight and diabetes
A Goodnight's Rest is One Dental Visit Away
Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Sleep Apnea is a potentially serious disorder, in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during the night. Snoring and mild to moderate Sleep Apnea can often be treated with an oral appliance. While physicians often recommend a C-PAP, many patients find an oral appliance less intrusive and more comfortable. The appliance consists of plastic retainers that fits over the teeth and move the jaw forward. This creates a larger airway, which increases airflow. It is effective for about 70% of patients with mild to moderate Sleep Apnea and snoring. It is often covered by medical insurance if accompanied by a sleep study and prescription.
What Our Patients Say
Diane K.Verified Patient / March 2, 2016
I finally stopped waking my husband up at night! Amazing device!
William P.Verified / December 5, 2017
I found my quality of life lessened considerably when I had to wear a mask for my OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea). When I asked my doctor if there were any other options to the mask, he recommended an oral appliance. It changed my life significantly. I get GREAT sleep! And it's so much more convenient than a mask, My only regret? That I waited this long to ask my doctor about it!