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Sleep Medicine

Sleep disorders — and sleep solutions
Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a serious disorder. It occurs when breathing stops during sleep, sometimes hundreds of times per night. Consequences include the brain and the body getting insufficient oxygen, plus increased risk for high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, depression, and heart failure.


Snoring, which may be linked to sleep apnea, most often occurs because of airway constriction, which causes the tissues in the throat and soft palate to vibrate. Snoring can also affect the tongue, uvula, tonsils, and adenoids. It most certainly affects people who sleep near the snorer. The good news: it can be diagnosed and treated.

Clenching and Grinding

Also known as bruxism, clenching and grinding teeth is a sleep-related movement disorder. It is a common condition among both adults and children, and when it happens frequently, it results in dental damage, facial and jaw pain, and loss of sleep. Possible factors include stress, snoring, and fatigue.

Dental appliances: Solving the problem

For too long, sleep disorders were brushed aside, treated with prescription medicine, or simply ignored.

But today, dental appliances are changing the lives of people who have spent years without quality sleep. Dental appliances are safe. They can be customizable, comfortable, and convenient. Best of all, they can improve the physical, mental and emotional wellness of those who wear them.

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