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Snoring and Sleep Apnea Therapy

Sleep soundly with a sleep apnea appliance

Chronic fatigue and snoring are common complaints, and they are not necessarily as harmless as they may seem. Sure, being constantly tired and loudly snoring are annoying, but could they be harmful? If these are signs that you're suffering from sleep apnea, they can definitely be a serious issue. Chronic fatigue will deteriorate your health, and snoring could be a sign of interrupted breathing during sleep that will put a strain on your body and increase your risk of certain serious physical health problems. Luckily, you can breathe easier and sleep better with snoring and sleep apnea therapy.

Visit Dothan Cosmetic Dentistry to learn more about snoring and sleep apnea therapy if you suffer from:

These can all be signs of sleep apnea, which inolves long pauses in breathing during sleep. These pauses in breathing will rouse you from the deepest stages of sleep, causing the chronic fatigue and problems with mental functioning. And, of course, the snoring will annoy your spouse! With snoring and sleep apnea therapy appliances, you can find relief for your sleep apnea and get a good night's rest.

Sleep apnea contributes to increased risk of heart attack and stroke, which means that the problem doesn't just cause discomfort or irritation -- it can cause deadly health problems, too. Snoring and sleep apnea therapy will greatly reduce your risk of these and other serious health complications.

We use intraoral snoring and sleep apnea therapy appliances to make it easier to breathe. These appliances reposition the jaw and keep the airway clear, preventing blockage that causes the pauses in breathing. Snoring and sleep apnea therapy appliances can be more successful than treatment with CPAP because you're far more likely to wear an intraoral appliance than a breathing mask. These appliances are comfortable and effective -- which are important when you're trying to get a good night's sleep!

Contact Dothan Cosmetic Dentistry to learn more about snoring and sleep apnea therapy. We look forward to helping you experience a better life -- and improved health -- with sleep apnea treatment and other dental care services.