TreatmentsSleep apnea is a serious medical condition, below are some signs and symptoms.
Traditional therapies include Continuous Positive Airway Pressure or CPAP, Auto-CPAP and BPAP, all are reliable methods of treating sleep apnea, however some people find these machines cumbersome and uncomfortable therefore not using them effectively.
Another option is wearing an oral appliance designed to keep your airway open during sleep.
Some benefits of oral appliance therapy include:
Easy to use and comfortable to wear
Easy to travel with
Higher compliance rates vs. traditional therapies
Covered by most medical insurances
There is over 15 years of evidence supporting the effectiveness of using an oral appliance. Dr. Scott LaClair is a licensed dentist who has advanced training in dental sleep medicine.
After a thorough evaluation Dr. Scott and his team will design an oral appliance custom fit for just for you.
This specially designed “mouth piece” is designed to gently realign your tongue and jaw to assure an open airway and allow normal flow to the lungs as you sleep.