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Snore Therapy

Dentists typically have the answer when it comes to chronic snoring. Why, you ask? Because what people don’t know is that the root cause of your snoring is often an oral issue – like a smaller than average jaw, or large tonsils. Don’t worry though! We offer a selection of snore therapy options that can be the best solution for getting a good night’s sleep.

Why are You Snoring?

We mentioned a couple of issues that might be causing your snoring, but the underlying reason can sometimes be more serious, like obstructive sleep apnea. This is a common sleep disorder that can cause other health conditions, if left untreated.

If chronic snoring is keeping you from getting proper rest, it’s likely that you have a blocked airway. This also limits the amount of oxygen flowing to your brain and body. So, if you’re having trouble sleeping, it’s important to get checked out.

Types of Oral Appliances

Our snore therapy solutions include oral appliances, which can open your airway and reduce snoring during sleeping. In some cases, custom-fitted oral appliances can be more effective than CPAP machines.

Solea Sleep Laser Therapy

This is the most advanced and unique therapy for snoring. All tissue laser Solea is used to provide the laser therapy that only takes about 15 min of your total time for immediate improvement of snoring. This treatment is painless and easy with no down time after the treatment.

Mandibular Advanced Devices (MADs)

MADs are very similar to orthodontic retainers, or a sports mouthguard. They snap onto your upper and lower teeth, pushing the jaw and tongue forward. This stops your airway from collapsing during sleep.

Tongue Retainers

Just like it sounds, tongue retainers hold the tongue down and in a forward position, so they don’t fall back toward your throat.

Benefits of Snore Therapy

  • Relieves pressure on your lungs & heart
  • Opens your airway
  • Stops dental grinding
  • Alleviates headaches from snoring
  • Gives you a more restful sleep


Ready for Snore Therapy with a Pennsylvania Dentist?

If you have a problem with snoring, our team at Family Dental Group is here to help. We can try out all your options to make sure you sleep better and live healthier. Contact us at Family Dentistry Group today to learn more about snore therapy solutions.

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