Our office uses the 3D CEREC (CEeramic REConstruction) technology to create high-quality crowns for patients in just one visit.
Snoring is more than a loud annoying noise, it can be an indicator of a Sleep Breathing Disorder. The most common form of SBD is Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a medical condition where your tongue and oral soft tissue close off your airway and stop air from entering your lungs.
SIGNS AND SYPMTOMS OF SLEEP APNEA
The good news is that a dentist with advanced training in Sleep Dentisty-Medicine may be able to help you. In partnership with medical physicians, your dentist can help you understand, screen, and treat your mild to moderate Sleep Apnea. With the use of a Sleep Apnea medical device, your sleep trained dentist can provide you with a comfortable and easy-to-use option for a more restful sleep.
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