Sleep Apnea Treatment Could Be Right For You

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  • Get back to a full night’s sleep
  • Wake up feeling refreshed
  • No invasive treatment required
  • Breathe properly while you sleep
  • Regain your energy!

Do you snore regularly? Is it affecting your ability to get a full night’s sleep? Does your partner complain about it? Well, you’re not the only one. About 45% of adults snore from time to time, while more than 25% snore regularly. So, if this is happening to you, don’t feel bad or like something is wrong with you. And it’s not something that has to be permanent. Your Charlotte dentist may be able to stop it entirely with sleep apnea treatment at our office.

What Do People Snore?

Often, snoring is caused by weak muscles in the throat and tongue. Essentially, the tongue drops and hits the back of the throat, where it prevents normal airflow. The tongue and throat vibrate with each breath, resulting in snoring. In some cases, adenoids and large tonsils can also be the culprit.

 What About Obstructive Sleep Apnea

This is a debilitating condition that makes interrupts your breathing throughout the night. Common symptoms at night include gasping for air, snoring, dry mouth, and insomnia. During the day, you may find yourself waking up with a headache and/or experiencing irritability, insomnia, and anxiety, among others.

Our Method Of Treating Sleep Apnea

If it’s determined that you have sleep apnea, we may recommend you wear a custom-made oral appliance at night. Known as a mandibular advancement device, it has the same appearance as a sports mouthguard. It’s effective because it moves the lower jaw ahead to keep the throat muscles snug, which means they can’t interfere with your breathing.

If you’re ready to get a night of proper sleep and avoid the challenges that come with sleep apnea, it’s time to give us a call. We want to help you overcome this!