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Oral Appliance Therapy

Contact us today about treatment options for snorting and OSA. Ask if oral appliance therapy might be the right solution for you.

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Sleeping Disorders Can Seriously Impact your health.

Snoring and Sleep Apnea are 2 major sleeping disorders that interrupt a night of good rest. Untreated these disorders cause fatigue and loss of concentration and generally lead to more severe conditions, like high blood pressure, diabetes and stroke, the effects of which are shared with your partner.

PAP Therapy, though effective in treating Sleep Apnea involves wearing a face mask tubed to a constantly running machine.

Oral Appliance Therapy

Research shows that oral appliance therapy is an effective treatment option for snoring and OSA. An oral appliance is worn in the mouth only while you sleep and fits like a sports mouth guard or an orthodontic retainer. Oral appliances support your jaw in a forward position to help maintain an
open upper airway.

Many patients consider an oral appliance to be more comfortable to wear than a PAP mask. Oral appliances also are quiet, portable and easy to care for.

If you and your doctor decide that oral appliance therapy is the best treatment option for you, then your doctor will write a prescription for you to receive a custom-made oral appliance. You also will receive a referral to a qualified dentist who can provide oral appliance therapy. More than 100 oral appliances have received FDA clearance. Your dentist will recommend the device that is best for you. Oral appliance therapy is covered by many medical insurance plans.

Get help today to improve your sleep and your health.

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