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Our sleep apnea treatment is comfortable and worry-free. It can help you get a better night’s sleep, feel better, and improve your overall health. Plus, your bed partner will sleep better when you quit snoring.

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Frequently Asked Questions

OSA is a chronic condition that occurs when your muscles relax during sleep, allowing soft tissue to collapse and block the airway. This can cause you to stop breathing hundreds of times per night for anywhere from a few seconds to more than a minute. Repeated breathing pauses may result in reduced oxygen levels and disturbances in sleep.
OSA is more common in men, but it can occur in women too. Having excess body weight, a narrow airway, or misaligned jaw can increase the risk of OSA. Snoring, choking sounds while sleeping, intermittent snoring with pauses, excessive daytime sleepiness, awakenings with gasping, poor memory, irritability, and morning headaches may be signs of OSA. You should schedule a visit with your physician to discuss these symptoms.
Dream Dental begins by taking a detailed medical history and conducts a physical exam. We may recommend a sleep study to confirm the diagnosis of OSA.
After discussing your symptoms, your physician or a board-certified sleep medicine physician will complete a sleep evaluation and may schedule a sleep study. The physician will interpret the data from your sleep study to make a diagnosis.
Treating OSA is incredibly important. When left untreated, OSA can cause excessive daytime fatigue, morning headaches, and memory loss. In addition, studies suggest that untreated OSA increases the risk of numerous health issues, such as hypertension, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.
An oral appliance is a custom-fit, mouth-guard-like device worn only while you sleep. It keeps your airway open and unobstructed by supporting your jaw in a forward position to keep the upper airway from collapsing and blocking the airway.
Patients already using an oral appliance with DentiTrac chip recorder can schedule an appointment to bring in your oral appliance. We will read it and send a compliance report to you and your physician. New patients can schedule an appointment for an initial consult.
Oral appliance therapy is an effective, non-invasive treatment that fits easily into your lifestyle. Oral appliances are comfortable, quiet, portable, easy to wear, convenient for travel and easy to care for. Additionally, oral appliances do not restrict movements while sleeping, work with any patient sleeping positions, can be used for patients that are CPAP intolerant, do not require electricity, and require no consumable parts to replace.
Your physician will write a prescription for you to receive a custom-made oral appliance. We will do a thorough oral exam and scan your teeth to build a model. This model will be sent to a dental lab where the oral appliance is made.

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