Sleep Apnea Therapy – Sebastian, FL
Rest Easy with Oral Appliances for Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Needless to say, snoring can be very annoying, especially if your bed partner does it every night. Not only can this mess with everyone’s quality of sleep, but it may also be a symptom of a much more serious problem—sleep apnea. At Sebastian Dental, our dentists can provide patients with custom-made mouthguards to wear to bed that open up the airway, stopping snoring at the source. This cannot only make a big difference for someone’s sleep, but their overall health as well! If you’re tired of being tired and are ready to do something about it, be sure to contact our team today to discuss snoring and sleep apnea therapy in Sebastian, FL.
Why Choose Sebastian Dental for Sleep Apnea Therapy?
- Able to Stop Minor, Mild, & Severe Snoring
- Appliances Custom-Made for Every Patient
- Gentle & Effective Treatment for Sleep Apnea
Snoring can occur for many reasons—seasonal allergies, a deviated septum, large tonsils or adenoids restricting the airway . . . the list goes on. Basically, snoring is the result of air rushing past the tissues of the throat and causing them to vibrate, creating that iconic sound we all know. Sometimes, these tissues can even fully block the flow of air, leading to sleep apnea. Fortunately, there is a solution to this common problem, and it doesn’t involve medication or invasive surgery.
Snoring Oral Appliances
For a patient who wants to stop snoring, we can give them a specially designed oral appliance that slightly shifts their lower jaw forward. This naturally keeps the airway open and prevents the tissues from obstructing someone’s breathing. The end result is a quiet, restful night for both the patient as well as their partner and family!
The Silent Nite® snoreguard is a small plastic appliance that is comfortable to wear and trusted by dentists/sleep physicians around the country to help patients dealing with chronic snoring. It is always fitted for each unique patient, and its size allows a patient to speak and drink normally while getting ready for bed.