Treating Your Sleep Apnea
By DENTAL CENTER FOR SNORING AND SLEEP APNEA
April 26, 2018
Category: Oral Health
Tags: Sleep Apnea  

Getting a better night’s rest could be just around the corner with oral appliance therapy.sleep apnea

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects millions of Americans. Unfortunately, a lot of Americans go through their days feeling extremely exhausted and zombie-like and don’t understand why. In their case, they might be dealing with sleep apnea. While this condition can be treated, if left untreated it can lead to serious health complications. So, whom can you turn for sleep apnea treatment? Well, it might just be our Madison, WI, sleep apnea dentist Dr. Angela Bauer.

If you are someone who has been diagnosed with mild or even moderate sleep apnea then you may want to schedule a consultation with our sleep apnea dentist in Madison, WI, to find out if oral appliance therapy is the right approach for treating your symptoms.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

While the traditional treatment for sleep apnea is CPAP therapy, we know that not everyone responds well to this treatment option; however, it’s important that there are other sleep apnea treatment options at a patient’s disposal. Oral appliance therapy can be an ideal alternative therapy for treating both loud snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

This oral device looks similar to a mouthguard and it is custom made to fit over the upper and lower teeth. You only need to wear this device while you are asleep in order to reap the benefits. Instead of wearing a bulky facemask while you sleep, you can easily just pop in your oral device right before bedtime and remove it in the morning.

This oral device works by repositioning the jaws so they sit forward, which allows the airways to remain open and unobstructed while you sleep. Of course, there are different kinds of oral appliances used to treat sleep apnea, so we will determine which one will work best for you based on your specific needs when you come in for your consultation.

As you might imagine, there are some unique benefits to choosing oral appliance therapy. The most obvious one is that this device is compact, easy and comfortable to wear. It’s also easily transportable, which is great if you have to travel often.

Our sleep apnea dentist Dr. Bauer at Dental Center for Snoring & Sleep Apnea is dedicated to providing its patients with the very best in sleep apnea and snoring treatment here in Madison, WI. We know the value of good sleep and our dental team is here to make sure that a good night’s sleep is on the horizon.

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