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A woman holding a pillow over her ears while a man snores


Having obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) means you stop breathing during the night, likely snore, and wake continually as your body tries to breathe correctly. Sleep apnea is a dangerous condition that can impact your overall heath and leave you feeling exhausted.


Often OSA can be treated with a custom oral device designed by our doctors. This comfortable device is worn at night to gently position your lower jaw slightly forward, opening the airway and allowing you to breathe well and sleep soundly. 


An oral device, which may be covered by medical insurance, is an alternative treatment to a CPAP machine, which can be difficult for some patients to tolerate.

Here's What to Expect

Step 1

We’ll do a thorough risk assessment for OSA and may recommend a home sleep test.

Step 2

We’ll consult with a sleep physician and your primary care physician to determine the best treatment for your OSA.

Step 3

If an oral device is right for you, we’ll design a custom mouth piece just for you and ensure it fits comfortably while you sleep.

Step 4

You’ll wake feeling rested and ready to take on the day!

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