Anti Snoring/Sleep Apnea Devices

Anti Snoring/Sleep Apnea Devices
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Do you snore and keep your partner awake at night? Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea but don’t want to or can’t use a CPAP(continuous positive airway pressure) machine? If so you can have a anti snoring/sleep apnea device made that can drastically improve your quality of life and help your partner get a good nights sleep.

Sleep apnea or snoring is caused when the tissue in the back of your throat relaxes and blocks off your airway either partially or completely. This can lead to lower blood oxygen levels which your brain will sense and wake you up so that you can start breathing again. These periods of wakening are generally so brief that you don’t even remember them. You or your partner may notice you making a snorting, choking or gasping sounds throughout the night. This pattern can repeat itself 5 to 30 times a hour!

Anti snoring/sleep apnea devices work by pushing your lower jaw forward slightly. The pushing forward of the jaw opens your airway and reduces the air resistance when you breath which leads to an either partial or total reduction of sleep apnea or snoring.

At the Parisien Denture Clinic we offer the very latest in anti snoring/sleep apnea devices. We offer completely digital 3D printed appliances: the D-SAD by Panthera Dental. These devices are stronger, thinner, lighter(in comparison to conventional anti snoring/sleep apnea devices) and come with a industry leading 5 year warranty. These devices can be made for individuals who have all of their natural teeth remaining. Anti snoring/sleep apnea devices can be made for those who wear full dentures, however, the conventional type of device needs to be manufactured in these instances.

Anti snoring/sleep apnea devices are not for everyone. Those with severe or central sleep apnea may not gain any benefit from these devices. Call us today for your free consultation so that you can discuss your unique situation with our denturist.

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