Learn About Our Nonsurgical Sleep Apnea Treatment Options that Work While You Sleep

CPAP machines are effective, but dealing with the mask, the tubes, and not even being able to move in your sleep can be a bit much for some. Why can’t you be as free as your dreams when you sleep? Well, we believe you can. The good news is . . .

Our Dental Devices for Sleep Apnea Are Comfortable and Convenient

Restoration Sleep Solutions offers custom-built dental devices that can treat sleep apnea without surgery or clunky, expensive machines. High-impact sports athletes wear mouth guards to protect their bodies when they play, and our devices protect your body from itself while you sleep. Our nonsurgical, custom-made dental devices can keep your jaw, tongue, and neck muscles from obstructing your breathing, leading to the following benefits:

  • Improved blood oxygenation
  • Reduced instances of teeth grinding
  • Alleviation of TMJ (temporomandibular joint) problems
  • Improved quality of sleep
  • Less fatigue and irritability

In addition to being less intrusive than other sleep apnea treatment options, these devices are covered by most health insurances!

Sleep apnea is a disorder in which a person stops and starts breathing multiple times while they sleep. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the more common variety of sleep apnea and is caused by a physical obstruction blocking air flow into your body, while central sleep apnea (CSA) is caused when the body periodically stops respirating. Sleep apnea can cause a wide range of problems for your health and personal life, including:

  • Low blood oxygen levels
  • High blood pressure
  • Cardiovascular problems
  • Increased risk of stroke
  • Tiredness/irritability
  • Low productivity at work
  • Learning problems
  • Strained personal relationships

Many of the risk factors associated with sleep apnea also make a person more vulnerable to COVID-19. Addressing the underlying causes of sleep apnea now may be especially urgent.

Schedule a FREE Consultation to Learn About Your Treatment Options

A little snoring can seem harmless, but the effects can compound over time, affecting your relationships, health, and career. If you’re suffering from sleep apnea and putting off treatment, contact Dr. Walker for a free online or in-person consultation, depending on your preference, to see if a dental appliance for sleep apnea is an appropriate solution for you. It could save your life!

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