Sleep Apnea Solutions

There are various methods of treating sleep apnea. One of the following options may be the right solution for you.

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Oral Appliance Therapy

These devices are FDA approved medical-grade custom-fabricated appliances by dentists that are specifically trained and Board Certified in treating sleep apnea. They fit in the mouth, similar to a retainer or mouth guard. They open your airway by moving your lower jaw and tongue forward while you sleep. They are small, comfortable, and effective

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CPAP Device

With Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), patients wear a specialized mask over the nose and face during sleep. The CPAP device delivers a steady supply of air, keeping the airway open. CPAP treatment can be very effective, IF the patient is willing to use it correctly and consistently.

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Upper Airway Surgery

If the mouth or throat have severe physical obstructions, there are surgical options available. Nasal surgery can correct a deviated septum or remove bones in your nose to improve air flow. Surgery may also be performed to remove and/or reduce the size of the soft palate, uvula, and back of the tongue. These surgeries are not typically recommended as first line treatments for obstructive sleep apnea.

Benefits of Treatment

Restful Sleep

A full night’s sleep for both you and your partner. Wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Daytime Alertness

Experience increased concentration, memory, focus, and energy.

Improved Health

Avoid the health risks caused by untreated sleep apnea and live a longer, healthier, and more enjoyable life.

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