Sleep Apnea Oral Appliances

Breathe! Your Life Depends On It!

Snoring is more than just annoying 90% of the time it is associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). When the tongue and tissues of the airway relax during sleep they can vibrate (snoring sound) or become blocked (obstructed). You stop breathing! Lack of air and lack of sleep can be a serious and deadly health hazard and is related to health conditions, some of them dangerous: lack of energy, obesity, acid reflux, migraines, dental problems, high blood pressure, heart problems, depression, stroke, impotence, diabetes, cardiac arrest, and even death. A CPAP mask is an excellent solution that forces air past the obstruction while you sleep. 

Breathe! Your Life Depends On It!

Snoring is more than just annoying 90% of the time it is associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). When the tongue and tissues of the airway relax during sleep they can vibrate (snoring sound) or become blocked (obstructed). You stop breathing! Lack of air and lack of sleep can be a serious and deadly health hazard and is related to health conditions, some of them dangerous: lack of energy, obesity, acid reflux, migraines, dental problems, high blood pressure, heart problems, depression, stroke, impotence, diabetes, cardiac arrest, and even death. A CPAP mask is an excellent solution that forces air past the obstruction while you sleep. 

When CPAP is not an option, there is another very effective solution for mild to moderate conditions–an oral appliance. Wearing this type of mouth guard at night positions the lower jaw forward, allowing the airway to open and more air in so you don’t snore and you get the air and rest your body needs. FDA approved appliances are covered by medical insurance and Medicaid and offer a simple solution that can save your life.  Dr Andrus has been providing these appliances for patients since 1999. 

When CPAP is not an option, there is another very effective solution for mild to moderate conditions–an oral appliance.  Wearing this type of mouth guard at night positions the lower jaw forward, allowing the airway to open and more air in so you don’t snore and you get the air and rest your body needs.  FDA approved appliances are covered by medical insurance and Medicaid and offer a simple solution that can save your life.  Dr Andrus has been providing these appliances for patients since 1999. 

Ready To Improve Your Quality of Life?

Call today to schedule an appointment to improve your oral health, enjoy your favorite foods again, and feel good about your smile!

Call: (435) 674-3100

Ready To Improve Your Quality of Life?

Call today to schedule an appointment to improve your oral health, enjoy your favorite foods again, and feel good about your smile!

Call: (435) 674-3100