There is a growing number of people who are suffering from poor quality of sleep.

People who snore and those that have mild to moderate sleep apnea have been finding relief in Oral Appliance Therapy treatment.

The popularity of this type of treatment is growing largely due to the ease of use.

Oral appliances are small plastic devices similar to a sports mouth guard.  The appliances are prescribed by a qualified dentist.  The device works while you sleep, helping to reduce pauses in breathing and snoring.

It has been a valuable option, especially to those patients who refuse or cannot comply with their prescribed CPAP therapy.

Health Risk Sleep Evaluation

    • Do you snore?
    • Is your snoring loud?
    • Does Snoring affect your relationship?
    • Do you stop breathing or “choke” while you sleep?
    • Does your snoring cause you or your partner to be irritable and/or tired?
    • Does your snoring require you to sleep in a separate room?
    • Does your snoring affect other people when you are sleeping away from home,  (i.e. hotel, camping, etc)?
    • Do you have high blood pressure?
    • Are you tired, fatigued, or sleepy during the day?
    • Have you had an overnight sleep study?

If you answered yes to two or more of the above questions you may be at risk of a health condition called obstructive sleep apnea and may want to speak with one of our qualified dentists on staff regarding testing and treatment.