Sleep Apnea Therapy

If you have trouble sleeping or never feel like you get a quality night of rest, sleep apnea therapy may be able to help. At Harbour Dental Care, we help patients with obstructive sleep apnea and address their symptoms with the help of an oral appliance. If you are experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea in St. Johns, FL, call our office today to get the help that you need! Quality sleep is important, and our team would love to help you get a better night of rest with the help of sleep apnea therapy! 

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

If you are suffering from sleep apnea, you may be experiencing some of the following symptoms:

  • Loud snoring
  • Gasping for air during the night
  • Morning headaches
  • Excessive drowsiness throughout the day
  • Moodiness or irritability
  • Trouble focusing

What Causes Sleep Apnea?

With obstructive sleep apnea, the airways become blocked when you sleep. Oftentimes, the tongue gets in the way or the muscles of the throat relax and cause the airways to be obstructed. When this happens, it causes you to constantly wake gasping for air and your sleep is interrupted again and again throughout the night. By not being about to breathe properly, you rob yourself each night of proper rest. Sleep apnea left untreated can lead to serious health issues such as heart problems or high blood pressure because when you stop breathing, it prevents oxygen from getting to your brain. By treating sleep apnea, you can contribute to your oral and overall health.

Treatment for Sleep Apnea

We offer a custom SomnoDent device that is worn throughout the night. This oral appliance is made to fit perfectly in your mouth and keep the airways open as you sleep. By keeping your jaw in the right position and removing all obstructions from your airways, you can breathe properly all night long. A simple custom-made device can give you a better night of rest every night. Most patients find this solution to be more comfortable and convenient than a CPAP machine since there is no mask that needs to be worn or large machine constantly working while you sleep. 

If you are interested in learning more about sleep apnea treatment, call our team today to schedule your consultation! We’ll work to get you the help that you need so you can rest better and feel better! 

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