Sleep Apnea Treatment From Your Dentists in South Elgin & Sleepy Hollow

A condition in which a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep, sleep apnea can cause snoring, sleepiness during the day, headaches, jaw pain, and a series of other problems. And while there are a variety of treatment options available to sufferers, at Brar Dentistry in South Elgin and Sleepy Hollow, IL, we know that many of our patients have benefited from the use of a customized oral appliance.

How can an oral device treat sleep apnea?

A custom-made, comfortable device that’s worn in the mouth during sleep, an oral appliance is designed to keep a patient’s airway open by holding their tongue or jaw in a forward position.

How do I know if an oral device will help my sleep apnea?

This depends on the type and severity of your sleep apnea. During a consultation appointment, we'll carefully assess your mouth to determine if an oral appliance is likely to be beneficial to you. Should this be the case, we'd be happy to create a custom appliance that fits your mouth and jaw perfectly, helping you to get the sleep you need.

Comprehensive Sleep Apnea Care Services in South Elgin

In addition to providing from South Elgin appliance for sleep apnea treatment, Brar Dentistry - South Elgin offers a comprehensive range of services to address all aspects of your oral health. From routine cleanings and check-ups to advanced restorative and cosmetic procedures, our goal is to help you achieve optimal oral health and overall wellness.

What are the benefits of using an oral appliance to treat sleep apnea?

There can be many benefits associated with using an oral appliance to treat sleep apnea, including:

  • Relief from snoring
  • Reduced sleepiness during the day
  • Fewer headaches
  • Improved mood and concentration.

If you’re looking for effective treatment options for sleep apnea, don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to help!

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  • Treat restless or interrupted sleep
  • Prevent dry mouth, which can contribute to tooth decay
  • Eradicate morning or daytime sleepiness
  • Learn how to foster consistent, restful sleep
  • Utilize an oral appliance that will help you sleep soundly.

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