Snoring and Sleep Apnea
Hazardous to Your Health
If you’ve been told you snore at night or worse yet, gasp and strain to breathe during your sleep, you may suffer from sleep apnea. We can help you determine the severity of this sleep disorder and improve your nighttime breathing so you can avoid health problems like these:
- Daytime sleepiness and fatigue
- High blood pressure
- Increased risk of heart attack
- Type 2 diabetes
- Liver problems
- Memory problems
- Weight gain
Oral Appliance Therapy
To improve your nighttime breathing, we take an impression of your mouth and teeth and create a customized oral appliance for you. Worn at night, this appliance corrects the position of your lower jaw which helps open your airway, improving your ability to breathe fully and easily at night. A custom oral appliance could eliminate the need for a CPAP or BIPAP machine.
When you breathe better at night, you’ll sleep better, feel better and reduce your risk of the serious diseases linked to disrupted sleep, snoring and sleep apnea.