If you struggle with sleep apnea, dental treatments can offer relief. Our team will work with you to customize a plan that best fits your needs.
At our clinic, we take a personalized approach to treating sleep apnea. Our trained dentists will evaluate your condition and create an individual plan for your dental care.
We use top-of-the-line dental equipment to ensure your treatment is comfortable and effective.
Our custom-fitted night guards help to adjust your jaw and airway to relieve the symptoms of sleep apnea.
Some patients prefer to use mouth sprays to reduce the disruption caused by snoring and interrupted breathing.
In some cases, oral surgery may provide a long-term solution for sleep apnea if other treatments are ineffective.
In addition to treatment options, there are several things you can do to improve your sleep quality:
Alcohol relaxes the muscles in your throat, making it more likely for sleep apnea symptoms to occur.
Exercising helps to strengthen the muscles that control breathing, reducing the potential for sleep apnea.
Sleeping on your back can worsen sleep apnea symptoms. Try sleeping on your side instead.
Stress can cause sleep disruption, so it’s important to practice relaxation techniques like meditation or deep breathing exercises.
Proper sleep apnea treatment can lead to a variety of health benefits:
Treating sleep apnea can improve the quality and duration of your sleep, leading to more restful nights.
Untreated sleep apnea can lead to an increased risk of serious health conditions, like heart disease and stroke.
With improved sleep, you’ll feel more energized and refreshed throughout the day.
It’s important to recognize the signs of sleep apnea to receive proper care:
You may notice episodes of stopped breathing or choking during sleep.
Snoring can be a symptom of sleep apnea, especially if it’s loud and frequent.
Waking up with headaches is common in sleep apnea patients due to low oxygen levels during sleep.
Sleep apnea can cause daytime fatigue, even with a full night’s rest.
Coverage for sleep apnea treatment can vary based on individual insurance plans, but many policies cover the costs of diagnosed sleep apnea treatments.
It’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage for sleep apnea treatments.
For services not covered under your insurance, we offer a variety of flexible payment plans to help make treatment more affordable.
We’ll work with you to explore all possible coverage options and help you maximize your insurance benefits.
Sleep apnea can have serious health implications, including:
Without proper sleep, the body’s immune system can be compromised, leading to an increased risk of illness.
Daytime sleepiness can increase your risk of accidents while driving or operating machinery.
Sleep apnea has been linked to an increased risk for heart disease and other cardiovascular problems.