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Treating Sleep Apnea with Custom Oral Appliances

At Snore Experts, we offer advanced treatment options to help our patients manage their sleep apnea and snoring to help them get the good night’s rest they need. We offer a variety of oral appliances that are precisely designed to address sleep apnea and improve breathing while sleeping. The oral appliances are custom fitted to ensure the best possible results for each of our patients.

What are Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea?

Oral appliances refer to a variety of special devices that are placed inside the mouth while the patient sleeps. The precise design of these oral appliances helps to adjust the placement of the jaw while sleeping or prevent the tongue from obstructing the airway to help make it easier for the patient to breath while they rest.

Types of Oral Appliances

The Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) is the most common type of oral appliance used for the treatment of sleep apnea. The MAD resembles the appearance of a mouth guard used during sports. The Device helps to shift the lower jaw forward while the patient sleeps which reduces any restriction along the back of the throat and opens up the airway to make breathing easier.

Tongue Restraining Devices (TRDs) are a type of additional feature that can be added in cases where the patient suffers from obstructive sleep apnea. TRDs help to prevent the tongue from falling to the back of the mouth and obstructing the airway.

The Snore Experts Hybrid Appliance

At Snore Experts, we offer a revolutionary device that is equipped with the best oral appliance features. This hybrid device offers comprehensive care and is an excellent option for any person who suffers from sleep apnea.

If you would like to learn more about the oral appliances we offer, contact Snore Experts today to schedule a consultation with our team of sleep experts. We can provide you with the personalized care you need the get the good night’s rest you deserve.

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Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) is considered by many the gold standard for the treatment of sleep apnea, especially for very severe cases. The CPAP and APAP machines are designed to increase air pressure going through the throat. This prevents the airway from collapsing during inhalation. At Snore Experts, we have helped countless patients get a good night’s rest using CPAP treatments to treat their sleep apnea. The goal of positive airway pressure is to keep the airway from collapsing using air pressure.