If you have sleep apnea, how have you treated it in the past? Have you seen doctors, used snore guards, and perhaps even have a CPAP machine to help you sleep at night?

While a CPAP machine may help you sleep at night, it can be very troublesome to your partner. The good news is, though, that other options do exist. They just exist in a place that you may not have thought of – Dr. [doctor_name]’s office in [practice_name] in [city], [state]. A dentist is actually one of the best people to go to for sleep apnea treatment. Let’s take a look at what can be done to help your apnea.

Why go to the dentist?

Believe it or not, but some sleep apnea problems are caused directly by problems with how your jaw is aligned. A dentist is one of the best medical professionals from which to seek treatment regarding this, since the mouth is their area of expertise. There are a few different treatment options for those who suffer from sleep apnea.

Treatment options

The most common treatment used by dental professionals is oral appliance therapy. This involves the use of a device that looks and fits just like a mouth guard, but it’s designed to change the angle of your jaw while you sleep. This improves air flow and decreases the amount of times you’ll wake during the night, since decreased airflow is one of the causes of sleep apnea in the first place.

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Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea is a common and potentially serious condition in which the breathing pattern is constantly disrupted during sleep. Dr. Chad Latino offers nonsurgical solutions to sleep apnea and other sleeping disorders so that patients can find much-needed relief. Depending on your specific condition, our dentist may recommend a Respire Series oral appliance, which adjust the mouth to allow for easier breathing. If you have trouble sleeping at night or suffer from chronic snoring, we invite you to visit us soon to learn if you would benefit from our treatments for sleep apnea in Waco, Texas.