Do you wake yourself up snoring? Has your bed partner told you that you stop breathing while sleeping? Do you wake up feeling unrefreshed or tired? If you answered yes to any of these questions….you may need to visit a sleep dentist!
What Is a Sleep Dentist?
A sleep dentist is a regular dentist who is an expert in the area of Dental Sleep Medicine. They that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Dentists work...
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Side Effects of Sleep Apnea Devices
Sleep Apnea is a serious disorder that interrupts an individual’s breathing while they are asleep. Individuals may repeatedly stop breathing and resume again, which is cause for serious alarm. Sleep Dentists are continuously working toward...
Feb 27, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Silence The Snore With Anti-Snoring Devices
Nothing makes you run to the hills faster than a snoring partner bed partner. But before you pack your sleeping bag and head out, keep reading to learn about how you can help silence the...
Feb 20, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Clenching Your Teeth During Sleep-Use A Sleep Apnea Mouth Guard
Some people tend to clench and grind their teeth in sleep. A common way to treat this is to use a sleep apnea mouth guard. While teeth clenching and grinding is considered normal if done...
Feb 13, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Paralyzed During Sleep? Call A Sleep Doctor
Imagine waking up in the middle of the night and not knowing why you can’t move your body, a sleep doctor/sleep dentist may have the answer. It can be a scary feeling like something sitting...
Feb 05, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Advantages of Oral Appliance Therapy: Sleep Apnea and Snoring
Sleep Apnea can be a life-threatening condition and oral appliances can be used to help make sleep not so scary. In case you don't know, sleep apnea can cause individuals to stop breathing and resume...
Jan 17, 2019 Andrea Patrick comments (0)
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder…..What???
Temporomandibular Joint Disorder. It’s not easy to say, and it is even harder to understand. One thing is for sure, it is very real and treatable.
What exactly is this?
This disorder begins...