Sleep Apnea Therapy in Athens, TX
Are you tired of being tired? You may be suffering with a sleep disorder.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a nighttime disorder where a person’s breathing stops and starts periodically during sleep. Left untreated, it may lead to higher blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, cardio problems, diabetes, and more.
Our Athens, TX dentistLearn more about our Athens office helps treat diagnosed sleep apnea with personalized devices to keep the airway open for a good night’s sleep. Improve your rest to improve your overall health with our airway therapy. If you or a loved one snore at night, suddenly wake up and gasp for air, or feel tired during the day, then this service may be for you.
Feel Better, Sleep Better
Wouldn’t it be great to finally sleep better, feel better, and know your sleep apnea is under control? Allen Family DentistryClick to go to the home page aids in treatments for diagnosed sleep disorders with custom airway therapy devices.
Sleep apnea therapy at the dentist helps you sleep comfortably through the night so that you can live comfortably through the day. We help you rest without interruptions so that you can feel more focused and relaxed.
Unlike bulky and noisy CPAP machines, our custom oral appliances for sleep apnea fit comfortably in your mouth like a retainer. They're effective in keeping your airway open plus portable, quiet, and easy to use. If you don't like your CPAP machine, then our devices may be for you.
We use custom sleep apnea treatments in Athens, TX, to help you and your partner sleep through the night. Our sleep therapy appliances attach to the upper and lower jaw to bring the tongue and soft tissue forward. This helps your airway stay open and increases oxygen during sleep.
Sleep Apnea Treatments
Modern appliances for better sleep.
Get sleep apnea relief in Athens, TX, by scheduling an initial consultation. Together, we review your medical history and sleep apnea diagnosis, plus perform an exam. Believe it or not, your mouth may have tell-tale signs of sleep apnea, like worn teeth from grinding at night.
We use our exam findings to recommend the next best steps. Our dentistLearn more about our Our dentist offers an alternative to CPAP machines with custom sleep apnea oral appliances. They’re a safe way to keep the airway open during sleep to prevent snoring and inconsistent breathing patterns.
Our dentist helps you sleep better and, in turn, promotes better health with sleep apnea therapy. Severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may lead to life-threatening conditions and should never be ignored. Speak with your sleep medicine specialist for a diagnosis. We help you understand your existing sleep disorder, its severity, and review your progress with treatment.