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Sleep Apnea is Not a Condition to Ignore

1 in 5 adults suffer from sleep apnea and don’t even know it. Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that leads to snoring, countless health risks, and even death.


Snoring is more than just annoying, it’s a tell-tale sign of sleep apnea.

Health Risks

Sleep apnea begins a vicious cycle of health risks that get more and more serious as time goes on.

Life Threatening

This sleep disorder has the ability to cut 15 years off the sufferer’s life.

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Sleep Apnea Dental Devices

If you are looking for an alternative to the CPAP machine or sleep apnea oral surgery, sleep apnea dental devices are your perfect solution. Sleep apnea mouth pieces, such as the Mandibular Advancement Device (MDA), are custom made by your dentist using a plastic-like mold to perfectly fit your teeth and mouth. These dental devices are small, safe, hygienic, comfortable, and extremely effective. Worn only while you sleep, these dental devices fit just like a sports mouth guard and work to reduce the air resistance that disrupts normal breathing patterns. Sleep apnea dental devices are effective at stopping both sleep apnea as well as the loud snoring that often comes with it. When compared to other treatment methods, sleep apnea dental devices offer a wide range of specific advantages including:

  • Convenience
  • Noise-free
  • No wires and hoses
  • Safe and effective
  • Custom made
  • Non-invasive and pain-free

Sleep Apnea Dental Device

Sleep Apnea Dental Device
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

Continuous positive airway pressure, also known as CPAP, is a sleep apnea treatment that involves wearing a mask over your mouth while you sleep. The mask is hooked up to a machine that delivers a constant air flow into your nose. This flow of air helps keep your airways open so that breathing is regular. Although CPAP is the most common method of treating sleep apnea, it can often be extremely cumbersome or uncomfortable.


Surgery for Sleep Apnea

Typically, if you have enlarged tonsils, a deviated nasal septum, or a small lower jaw with an overbite causing the throat to be too narrow, you may need surgery to correct sleep apnea. Surgeries should only be done to treat sleep apnea after all other treatments have failed. The most commonly performed types of surgery for sleep apnea include:

  • Nasal surgery
  • Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP)
  • Mandibular maxillar advancement surgery


Other Treatment Options

Here at TLC Dental, we are one of the few practices in Florida certified to treat your sleep apnea with sleep apnea devices. As a result, we can effectively help you say goodbye to sleep apnea, snoring, and restless nights and hello to a great night’s sleep, countless health benefits, and 15 more years of life.

Other Treatment Options

Other Treatment Options

Our experienced team can help you stop snoring, finally achieve a great night’s sleep, and add years to your life by effectively treating your sleep apnea.

Tel: 954-982-7300
Email: Sleep@TLCDental.biz

For more information on all of TLC Dental’s services visit: http://www.tlcdental.biz

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