Can My Dentist Help Me with Sleep Apnea?

Trouble Sleeping Due to too Much Snoring?

If you are one of the many people who suffer from chronic snoring or sleep apnea, Coshocton Dentistry offers a sleep appliance that might be able to help you! 

Dental Sleep Apnea Prevention

We offer an oral appliance that helps open up the airway while sleeping to help prevent snoring and other complications due to these sleep disorders. If you have experienced any of these issues and you have tried CPAP, this simple mouth guard could potentially help you sleep better. 

In the video above is a testimonial from one of our patients, Harvey, who has been using the sleep appliance for about three months now. 

Why Were You Interested in the Sleep Appliance from Coshocton Dentistry?

Harvey was recommended by his doctor to seek advice from a dentist to help alleviate his sleeping problems. 

Is the Sleeping Appliance Comfortable?

Harvey says, “Yes, I’ve been able to sleep with it with no troubles.” 

Likewise, many of his friends have told him not to try the CPAP, as it is too hard to sleep with. 

Have You Noticed Any Changes in Your Fatigue Levels?

“Yes, I feel more rested now, and my sinuses are even better because of the open airways.”

Learn More About this Sleep Appliance from Coshocton Dentistry

If you are someone who has trouble sleeping due to snoring or trouble breathing, this sleep appliance is a very simple and very effective treatment. Contact us today at Coshocton Dentistry to learn more.  
 

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