- Lessen your risk of apnea-related health problems
- Snooze soundly throughout the night
- Stop snoring to help your partner sleep better too
Ideally you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. But if you have sleep apnea in Rockport, you wake up still feeling tired. You may also have an uncomfortably dry mouth and a headache. Let us help you wake feeling rested, not weary! We can help you get a better night’s sleep with a sleep apnea appliance.
An appliance will:
- Keep your airway clear while you’re sleeping so you can breathe easily
- Be comfortable to wear, without a mask obstructing your face
- Work silently, unlike a CPAP machine
- Eliminate unpleasant sleep apnea symptoms like headaches
- Help you feel alert and rested all day
- Lower your risk of health problems linked to apnea, including high blood pressure and heart disease
If your snoring is keeping you – or your partner – awake at night, ask us about a sleep apnea evaluation at your next dental exam. If you’d rather not wait, call us today at 361-209-8609. We can help arrange a sleep test for you, if one is needed.
A Sleep Apnea Appliance Is A Hassle-Free CPAP Alternative
The key to treating obstructive sleep apnea is ensuring your airway doesn’t become blocked while you sleep. The two most common methods to keep your airway open are a CPAP machine and a sleep apnea appliance. The CPAP uses a stream of pressurized air, while the appliance simply moves your jaw forward into a position that clears the airway.
More severe cases of apnea will likely require a CPAP. But mild to moderate cases can be treated with an appliance. The appliance is:
- Less Distracting – The appliance fits inside your mouth. Unlike a CPAP with its face mask, your partner likely won’t even notice it. Also unlike a CPAP, an appliance works soundlessly.
- Easier To Use – You won’t need batteries, electrical outlets, or any special supplies like distilled water for your appliance. Simply pop it into your mouth!
- More Comfortable – Inhaling pressurized air all night can leave you with an uncomfortably dry mouth.