Sleep Disorder Treatment
Sleep disorders, including apnea and snoring, can effectively be treated after proper evaluation and treatment by our staff. Every patient is unique, with unique issues, and deserves a unique plan of care. Our staff is committed to providing non-invasive treatment that is best suited for each individual patient who comes to us for help.
The most common treatment for sleep apnea is the use of a CPAP machine. While CPAP machines can be effective for some people, others find them to be highly invasive and intrusive and hat they hinder their ability to fall and stay asleep.
For that reason, many patients are CPAP intolerant.
We have solutions that can alleviate your symptoms by treating the source of the issue – not simply disguising it or covering it up. For patients who cannot use CPAP machines and those with mild or moderate sleep apnea, for example, we might devise a treatment plan that treatment that utilizes a highly advanced TRIOS digital impression scanner to take an impression of your mouth to construct a custom-made appliance, in conjunction with the cold laser therapy, combined with the use of the highly advanced Nightlase laser. These appliances can open the airway during sleep, reposition the jawbone slightly to an ideal resting position, and prevent teeth grinding or clenching.
These treatment appliances can substantially improve a patient’s quality and quantity of sleep, improving their quality of life in the process.
We have found that most of our patients prefer a solution that does not require them to attach a bulky CPAP mask to their face every night when they go to bed.