“Excellent customer service and very friendly and professional staff. Dr. Reed treated my TMJ and sleep apnea using a device that has been a game changer for me. I can sleep quite well now, and the TMJ pain is gone.”
Snoring. Low energy. Brain fog. Headaches. Irritability. Experiencing these exhausting symptoms could indicate more than a poor night’s sleep. You may be one of roughly 60 million people in the U.S. experiencing obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA.
You might be hesitant to pursue a sleep study, because when most people think of OSA, they think a clumsy continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device is the only option for relief. Many people would rather deal with the negative effects of OSA than use the CPAP machine and mask to sleep for the rest of their lives.
But there’s a less invasive alternative. If you’ve been diagnosed with OSA, your sleep problems could be solved with a simple oral appliance from . This device fits over your teeth, similar to a bite guard, and has none of the downsides of positive airway pressure therapy. Our custom oral airway dilators for OSA are:
- easy to wear
- designed to fit your mouth perfectly
- small and portable
- simple to care for
- silent and discrete
- free of tubes or face straps
If the thought of adjusting to a CPAP machine has you losing even more sleep, call Reed Orthodontics to schedule an evaluation to find out if oral appliance therapy will help you sleep better. Because, you deserve more energy and more clarity (and fewer kicks at night because you’re snoring too loudly).
*Want to prevent your children from developing this disorder? With Airway-Friendly Orthodontics, we help young patients avoid OSA discomforts and risks down the road.