Loud snoring. Waking up feeling groggy and unrested. Morning headaches. All these are symptoms of sleep apnea. The good news is that we have an entire sleep center dedicated to helping our patients with their Naperville sleep apnea. With expert treatment using a custom oral appliance, you can:
- Get a full night of uninterrupted sleep
- Wake up feeling more refreshed
- Reduce your snoring so your bed partner sleeps better, too
- Lessen your risks of serious health consequences
- Improve productivity during your workday
Call our skilled team as soon as possible so you can begin sleeping better: 630-528-0692. Dr. Planer is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM), and she is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM). Plus, our sleep center is accredited by the AADSM, the 61st dental sleep medicine accredited facility in the U.S.
We Offer Simple, Effective Relief For Sleep Apnea
Here’s how sleep apnea occurs:
- The tongue and other soft tissues in the back of your throat relax and drop down during sleep.
- Your airway becomes blocked off.
- Your brain causes your body to wake up and take in more air oxygen.
- This cycle can repeat itself hundreds of times per night in severe sleep apnea sufferers.
While CPAP therapy works well for many sleep apnea patients, others have difficulty getting used to wearing a bulky mask. As an alternative, Dr. Planer can use a custom-fit oral device to alleviate the symptoms of sleep apnea so you get the high-quality sleep you need to function better during the day.
Our device will sit comfortably in your mouth, exerting gentle pressure on your lower jaw to help keep your airway open during sleep. The result of our treatment is that you’ll breathe easier and your sleep will be less interrupted.
With proper sleep apnea treatment, you’ll also reduce your risk of developing serious health consequences. Obstructive sleep apnea has been linked to:
- High blood pressure
- Heart attacks
Seeking treatment as soon as possible could improve your quality of life now and down the road.
As a bonus, your snoring will be reduced as well. Since snoring is caused by air passing across those soft tissues in your throat, an open airway will lead to less snoring. Both you and your bed partner will be pleased with a silent night of sleep!
Get the help you need for Naperville sleep apnea. Call Naper Dental Center today at 630-528-0692 to schedule your appointment. You can also use our online form to request an appointment or to contact us about scheduling your next dental checkup.