CPAP Alternatives Los Angeles
I Have Sleep Apnea. I’m CPAP Intolerant, How Can You Help Me?
Every day, our team of doctors at Snore Experts hear from patients just like you who have tried the CPAP machine and found it uncomfortable or unbearable. Many of these patients struggle to find other treatments that are effective and tolerable which means they continue to struggle with sleep apnea on a daily basis.
Our dental-based solutions offer an alternative to the CPAP. Our line of Snore Experts oral appliances have been meticulously designed and crafted. They are custom fit to the size and shape of your mouth. Our goal at Snore Experts is to find a more comfortable solution to sleep apnea for all of our patients.
Oral Appliances for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
The architecture of the mouth varies from person to person. This means that there is no “one size fits all” oral appliance that works for everyone. The key to properly addressing snoring and sleep apnea is to provide customized solutions. Our oral appliances are designed to fit the unique curves and shape of each patient’s mouth to ensure proper results.
We offer 3 state-of-the-art snoring and sleep apnea oral appliances:
- Mandibular Advancement Appliances (MAD’s) that work by bringing the lower jaw forward.
- Our revolutionary “Hybrid” Appliance that has the best features of both the MAD’s and TRD’s.
Snore Experts Offers The Complete Care Package
Our snoring and sleep apnea solutions include:
- Personalized Custom-Fitted Oral Appliance
- Follow-Up Care and Training
- Comfort Adjustments
- Post-Treatment Sleep Study (Results=Success)
FDA-approved MAD’s have an average success rate between 70 and 80 percent. Using our Snore Experts appliances, Snore Experts’ success rate is upwards of 90-95 percent. The key factor for this success is the uniqueness of our appliances that specifically address the tongue along with our experience of treating thousands of patients.
In addition, I am not burdened by tubing and masks used with the machines. I happily endorse the use of Dr. Greenburg’s oral appliance for snoring and sleep apnea!
NightLase for Snoring and Sleep Apnea
In addition, snoring and sleep apnea treatments using NightLase have shown to reduce the effects of sleep apnea and decrease the amplitude of snoring by means of a gentle, laser-induced tightening effect caused by the contraction of collagen in the oral mucosa tissue.
Contact Us Today to Schedule a Consultation
At Snore Experts, our goal for many of our patients is to get rid of your CPAP machines forever! Contact us today to schedule a consultation so we can help you find a treatment for snoring and sleep apnea that works.