Sleep Apnea - Augusta, GA
Sleep Better and Live Healthier
Treat Sleep Apnea and Improve Your Life
Do you have difficulty sleeping or wake unrefreshed? Or have others told you that you snore loudly or wake during the night gasping for air? You may be one of many people suffering from obstructive sleep apnea in Augusta, GA, a dangerous condition involving frequent cessations in breathing when you’re asleep. Obstructive sleep apnea often occurs because the tongue and soft tissues in the mouth relax during sleep and block air from getting through your airway and into the lungs. If you don’t get treatment for this condition, you risk complications from chronic poor sleep and aggravating systemic health problems, including diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and even stroke. For your everyday life, treating sleep apnea can improve your energy, mood, and overall health, while reducing or even eliminating problematic symptoms like snoring. If you’ve been living with the following signs of sleep apnea, you can restore a functional, healthy, and energized life through our personalized treatment!
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
Minimally-Invasive Solutions with Sleep Appliances
When you have an official diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea, we’ll start the sleep protocol to evaluate and treat your sleep apnea in Augusta, GA. This treatment process includes discussing your needs so we can match the best dental appliance that will improve breathing and overall health. As part of your treatment process, we’ll begin by considering nasal breathing therapy and other techniques to improve airflow. If you’d best benefit from an oral appliance, we’ll create different types of nightguards you can test out until you find the type that works for you. This final appliance can ultimately help you experience better breathing and more restful sleep. If you are CPAP intolerant or haven’t gotten relief through other treatments, we can help! Schedule your appointment at our Augusta, GA office today.
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