Relief for Sleep Apnea
This problem results in loud, incessant snoring or interrupted breathing while sleeping due to the airway being obstructed. If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may have already been fitted with a CPAP device. This machine pumps air through a mask that fits over the nose and mouth to maintain a flow of air into the lungs.
Although it works well for breathing and snoring problems, the mask for the CPAP machine may be uncomfortable to wear all night. As a result, patients stop wearing the mask and the problem recurs.
Let us introduce to you a small, comfortable acrylic device that fits over upper and lower teeth. It is similar to a retainer or mouthguard and gently repositions your jaw and tongue to keep the airway open for continual, easy breathing. It’s a cinch to insert and remove, no fuss to clean, and highly portable for traveling. More than 90% of patients who use this device have reported success in comfort and continual breathing. Please give us a call today so you can get the restful sleep you need.