Breathing problems don’t just get in the way of a good night’s sleep. They impact your life as well. But CPAP devices are no longer the only path to sleeping better. We’ve done our research, and we can provide you a variety of high-quality dental sleep devices that are comfortable to wear and easy to use. Contact us for a customary consultation. Together, we can improve your sleep quality.
- Custom fitted for comfort
- Better sleep
- Better Relationships
- Less-embarrassing travel
- Compact and easy to carry
- Easy to clean
- Some insurance & Medicare reimbursement*
If you’re suffering from snoring or mild-to-moderate sleep apnea, your dentist can prescribe a device, especially if you can’t tolerate or comply with traditional CPAP treatment.
When your airway is completely open, air flows freely, and you sleep soundly.
Snoring occurs when your airway relaxes and partially collapses as you sleep.
Sleep Apnea happens when your airway becomes fully blocked and your body struggles to take in oxygen.
The device moves your lower jaw forward, opening up your airway and allowing oxygen to flow freely.
To keep the respiratory flow going, it takes an increased effort. That’s where we come in. The appliance opens the upper airway by moving the lower jaw forward to a more comfortable breathing position. No more snoring. Much better sleep.
Just take our online assessment. Then, based on the results of your consultation, try our free at-home sleep test. This process helps us determine whether or not you actually have sleep apnea.