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Sleep Apnea Treatment – Naperville, IL

Enjoy a Good Night’s Sleep Again

You might think that snoring is just a harmless yet annoying habit, but it can indicate that you’re not breathing correctly at night. In some people, it could be the first sign of a serious disorder called sleep apnea. On the bright side, our doctors at Grand Dental – Naperville are trained to recognize sleep apnea symptoms and can provide custom oral appliances for sleep apnea treatment in our Naperville, IL dental office to help you enjoy a good night’s sleep again.

Why Choose Grand Dental - Naperville for Sleep Apnea Treatment?

Why Sleep Apnea Is So Dangerous

Man in need of sleep apnea therapy tired behind the wheel of his car

First and foremost, sleep apnea disrupts your sleep. When your airway gets blocked, your body wakes you up with a gasp – even though you may not be aware of these episodes. This pattern of snoring, cessation of breathing, waking, and gasping can happen dozens, perhaps hundreds, of times a night, depriving you of oxygen and restful sleep.

One of the most common sleep apnea symptoms, chronic fatigue, can be dangerous to other people as well as yourself. For example, a constantly tired person is in danger of falling asleep at the wheel and causing a car accident.

Besides chronic fatigue, sleep apnea has been linked to several serious health conditions, including:

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Frustrated woman in bed next to snoring man who needs sleep apnea treatment

While loud snoring is a common symptom, look out for the following:

If you or your partner is experiencing any of these symptoms, contact us right away.

How We Can Help

Man placin gna oral appliance for sleep apnea therapy

If necessary, we can work with your primary care doctor to obtain a sleep study. Oftentimes, our first course of action will be to prescribe a CPAP machine that delivers a steady stream of air into your mouth and nose to keep your airway open. However, many patients have trouble with these bulky, noisy devices. As an alternative, we can make a custom oral appliance that fits in your mouth like a nightguards to gently reposition your mouth in such a way that opens the airway and let you get a restful night of shut-eye. 

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