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By DENTAL CENTER FOR SNORING AND SLEEP APNEA
June 05, 2017
Category: Sleep Apnea

Sleep-disordered breathing is a disorder characterized by repeated episodes of apnea (not breathing) and hypopnea (underbreathing) sleep apneaduring sleep. Dr. Angela Bauer of Dental Center for Snoring and Sleep Apnea in Cambridge, WI, offers treatments for sleep-disordered breathing. Read on to learn about a revolutionary treatment for sleep-disordered breathing.

What is Oral Appliance Therapy?

Oral appliance therapy is an effective treatment option for sleep-disordered breathing. Worn during sleep, the dental device fits like an orthodontic retainer or sports mouth guard. It keeps the jaw in a forward position to keep the upper airway open. Many types of oral appliances exist with different design features. 

How to Get an Oral Appliance

A sleep apnea dentist in your Cambridge area can help you get started with this life-changing treatment. If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, your sleep apnea dentist can determine whether an oral appliance is the right treatment option for you; if it is, then your dentist will give you a prescription for a custom-fitted dental device. Your sleep apnea dentist will recommend the dental device that is best for you. The dental device is covered by many health insurance plans.

Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy

Oral appliance therapy can improve your sleep, restore your alertness and revitalize your health. People love oral appliance therapy because it is easy to wear, comfortable, quiet, convenient for travel and easy to care for. Treating sleep-disordered breathing with oral appliance therapy can help you feel like a new person. It's likely that you will get a better night's sleep, feel sharper and more energetic throughout the day. 

Ready to make a change in your life? Call Dental Center for Snoring and Sleep Apnea at 608-423-3615 today to schedule an appointment in Cambridge, WI. Treating sleep-disordered breathing promotes a healthier mind and body. With our sleep apnea dentist’s help, you can improve your sleep and your health!