For sleep apnea, the standard treatment is the CPAP. Unfortunately, for many people, CPAP treatment isn’t effective because they are CPAP intolerant. Luckily, there are many effective CPAP alternatives that can help those with sleep apnea achieve a good night’s rest.

CPAP alternatives are solutions that can reduce snoring and treat sleep apnea. Some examples of advanced techniques that can be used are mandibular-advancement appliances, tongue-restraining devices, and a hybrid combination of the two.

Mandibular-advancement appliances (MAD) bring the jaw forward, whereas tongue-restraining devices prevent the tongue from falling back and blocking the airways.

Speak with Dr. Jay Khorsandi to learn more about CPAP alternatives.

Contact us at our office in Los Angeles to schedule a helpful and informative consultation.