Sleep Apnea Dental Appliance

Sleep Apnea Dental Appliance, Snoring RemediesIf our questionnaire has determined that your snoring type is either NOT-SOS, BUT or SOS snoring sleep apnea dental appliance may appear to be the most effective solution to the problem. In this case there is high probability that you have sleep apnea, which is quite serious condition and needs special attention to be treated properly, but this does not mean that you will have to pass snoring surgery or sleep with a cpap machine by all means. Sleep apnea dental appliance may easily provide the help you need.


Many of sleep apnea dental appliances are approved by the FDA. These devices, which can help you sleep well and eliminate the side effects of sleep apnea such as snoring, can be custom-fitted by sleep apnea dentists. After they have been molded sleep apnea dental appliances can treat obstructive sleep apnea by preventing the obstruction of the air passages and allow its consumer to breathe continuosly. Sleep apnea dental appliances can be worn comfortably during sleep, they are just like other orthodontic appliances. The only difference is that they are specially designed to keep the soft tissues of your mouth and throat from collapsing and therefore give you possibility to sleep breathing without interruption. This can be done by a sleep apnea dental appliance by repositioning your lower jow, soft palate, hyoid bone or tongue into a certain position, which results in the unobstructed air passages, or by providing artificial tone to the muscles, which results in the airway blockage prevention.


We still strongly advise to visit a sleep specialist if our our questionnaire has determined that your snoring type is either NOT-SOS, BUT or SOS snoring. In this case you should pass proper medical examination to determine what kind of treatment should be used. After a complete diagnoses, if your physician recommends sleep apnea dental appliance, you are lucky as you have the mildest form sleep apnea! Sleep apnea dental appliances can be molded easily by a dental specialist and you can sleep without threat to your life provided by obstructive sleep apnea.

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