Sleep Solutions for Kids

Did You Know Crowded Teeth Can Hinder Your Child’s Breathing and Bone Development ?

During a child’s development, their body is highly adaptable, especially in their mouth and bone structure. However, when their teeth become crowded, it can lead to improper breathing. The tongue is forced forward against the teeth, narrowing the dental arch and airway, which can result in oxygen deprivation and hindered bone development. These issues can cause various symptoms later on, affecting your child’s overall health and well-being.

Solution: Early Intervention with Our Sleep System

At SmileUP dentistry, we understand the importance of your child’s sleep and overall health. We offer sleep systems that evaluate and address the root cause of your child’s sleep-related breathing symptoms. With over 40 million children affected by sleep disorders, and 9 out of 10 children suffering from one or more symptoms of sleep-related breathing issues, early treatment is critical. Our team of experienced dental professionals provides customized solutions that cater to your child’s specific needs.

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If your child is a mouth breather, or snores or grinds his teeth at night. This may be a At SmileUp Dentistry, we specialize in providing non-invasive and nonsurgical solutions for children, helping them achieve optimal health and well-being. Fill out this questionnarie so you can setup a consult with one of our experts.

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Symptoms in Children Can Include

  • Restless Sleep
  • Nightmares
  • Bedwetting
  • ADHD like symptoms
  • Swollen Tonsils Or Adenoids
  • Irritability, Anger, Depression, Headaches
  • Mouth Breathing
  • Snoring And Grinding Teeth

What are Vivos and Airway-Based Solutions?

Vivos and airway-based solutions are non-invasive, non-surgical approaches to addressing various oral and airway issues in children. These solutions include custom-fit oral appliances that can help optimize the growth and development of the jaw and airway, reducing the risk of sleep-related breathing disorders and other related health issues.

At SmileUpdentistry, our team of experienced dental professionals is dedicated to providing comprehensive, personalized care for children. We use state-of-the-art technology and techniques to identify and address any underlying issues related to oral and airway health.

The Importance of Early Intervention

Early intervention is key to addressing any issues related to oral and airway health in children. By identifying and addressing these issues early on, we can help ensure that your child develops a healthy, properly aligned jaw and airway, reducing the risk of sleep-related breathing disorders and other related health issues.

Our Vivos and airway-based solutions for children are designed to provide long-lasting, effective results, helping your child achieve optimal health and well-being for years to come.

Benefits of Vivos and Airway-Based Solutions for Children

Vivos and airway-based solutions offer numerous benefits for children, including:

  • Improved sleep quality
  • Reduced risk of sleep-related breathing disorders
  • Enhanced overall health and well-being
  • Reduced risk of chronic diseases associated with sleep-related breathing disorders
  • Improved jaw and facial growth and development

At SmileUp Dentistry, we understand that every child is unique. That’s why we take a personalized approach to care, tailoring our treatment plans to meet the specific needs of each child we serve.

Get Started Today

If you’re concerned about your child’s oral and airway health, don’t wait. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our Vivos and airway-based solutions for children. Our experienced dental team will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan that meets your child’s specific needs and helps them achieve optimal health and well-being.

At SmileUp Dentistry, we’re committed to helping children achieve a lifetime of healthy, happy smiles. Let us help your child reach their full potential with our Vivos and airway-based solutions today.