Sleep Apnea Newtown, PA

Do you or a loved one suffer from insomnia? Is your partner a chronic snorer? Ask our office about sleep apnea treatment in our Newtown, PA dental office. We can provide restorative dental care to patients with sleep apnea. This is because Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a common type of sleep apnea, is often the result of an airway issue. Sleep apnea occurs when the soft tissues in the back of the mouth collapse. Airway obstruction makes it difficult to breathe properly when sleeping and can increase the risk of heart disease, strokes, and heart attacks. We offer alternative therapy using oral appliances for sleep apnea and snoring. Oral appliance therapy for sleep disorders has been proven effective due to greater patient compliance when compared to CPAP use for mild to moderate cases.

Treat Sleep Apnea in Newtown, Pennsylvania

Sleep Apnea: Signs and Risk Factors

Patients are at risk for developing sleep apnea if they are:

  • Male
  • Overweight
  • Over 40 years old
  • Patients with heart problems

There are also several signs of sleep apnea to look out for:

  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Mood swings
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Insomnia
  • Dry mouth
  • Snoring
  • Chronic morning headaches

Please contact our office if you or a loved one have exhibited signs of sleep apnea. We can work with you to diagnose your sleep problem and find the right treatment for your specific needs.

Treating Sleep Apnea

For patients with mild to moderate cases of sleep apnea, we can provide a custom oral appliance. Oral appliances are a great alternative to CPAP machines for patients with mild to moderate OSA. CPAP machines are bulky, while mouthguard-like oral appliances are much more portable and easier to use.

In our office, we can take an impression of the teeth to create a custom oral appliance for you. Oral appliances open up the airways and prevent tissues from collapsing and obstructing your breathing. Patients with mild sleep apnea symptoms can sleep comfortably while wearing their customized oral appliance.

Request a Dental Appointment Today

Have you or a loved one noticed the signs of sleep apnea? Call our dental office for sleep apnea treatment today at 267-692-2394. Feel free to schedule a dental consultation with our professional dental team on our website. Let us know if you have further questions about sleep apnea and we will gladly help you get the answers you need.