SNORING DEVICES in Hamilton
Snoring can be more than just something that annoys your partner. Sometimes it’s indicative of another more serious problem and can have significant health risks associated with it. You will be happy to hear that we have a solution for you at Century Stone Dental in Hamilton! Our revolutionary snore guard can alleviate this problem by slightly repositioning your jaw and opening up the obstructed airways.
Find Your Solution to Snoring with a Snore Guard
There are FDA-approved oral appliances available to help with snoring, but they are not available over the counter and do not always offer a comfortable fit. Our trained dentist can make you a custom snoring device, but only after you have been officially diagnosed with sleep apnea.
A snore guard can be made to fit your mouth precisely and help alleviate snoring by clearing the blocked throat passage. Separate trays for the upper and lower teeth will be connected by S-shaped connectors to create proper lower mandibular protrusion and eliminate snoring.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
- Central Sleep Apnea occurs when the brain is sending messages to the lungs to breathe, but the lungs are not receiving that message
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea is when something anatomical is blocking the upper airway
- Complex or Mixed Sleep Apnea happens because of a combination of central and obstructive apneic episodes
Why Should I Use a Custom Made Snoring Guard?
- A custom made snoring device is one of the most comfortable ways to treat obstructive sleep apnea
- The device is much more effective than any prefabricated one because it’s specially designed for your mouth
- A custom snore guard will last significantly longer than any prefabricated one.
Are There Any Side Effects with Using a Snore Guard?
- You could be masking a symptom of another sleep condition, which is why a proper diagnosis is so important
- TMJ Disorder can occur because these devices work by holding the jaw in a slightly forward position to clear the airway. Unfortunately, this can also put pressure on the joints and teeth and lead to TMJ Disorder
- There’s a chance that a snoring device can cause you to grind your teeth. Teeth grinding can lead to TMJ, pain, sensitivity, and worn teeth. If you wake up and you have a sore jaw, there’s a chance that you’re grinding your teeth at night and you may not be aware of it
- You might get pain in the teeth and gums if the device fits too snugly against the tissue. If this occurs, you’ll need to have the device readjusted
- You may experience dry mouth if your lips can’t close over the device or if you have trouble breathing through your nose
Schedule an Appointment for Snoring Devices
If you have any questions about snore guards or any of the other services we offer visit our service page, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Sims today to get started on a treatment. Call us at 905-545-4833 or email us at email@example.com.
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