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You made reservations weeks ago and are finally sitting down with your sweetheart in that fine restaurant, ready to enjoy the romantic dinner you’ve both been looking forward to.

Unfortunately, an awkward silence fills the air between you. Neither of you have much to say to each other lately. You haven’t spent much quality time together over the last few months, and when you do, you’re both so exhausted and cranky, it seems to always end in an argument, followed by more long stretches of silence.

And the intimacy you once shared? It feels like a distant memory by this point now that your spouse sleeps in the guest bedroom to avoid your loud snoring.

You were hoping your special date on Valentine’s Day would give you two the chance to reconnect. But here you are, tired, frustrated, and even a little depressed.

Sound familiar?

You and your spouse deserve better than this! That’s why you should visit Cosmetic Dental Associates in San Antonio, TX for a small, silent sleep apnea solution. We can provide you with an oral appliance that will end your snoring, get your spouse back in the bedroom, and help you both feel rested, energized, and more deeply connected.

Treat Sleep Apnea & Reconnect With Your Spouse!

The gold standard of sleep apnea treatment for many years has been a CPAP machine. It’s a device that pushes air through a hose and face mask that allows you to breathe without problems all night long.

If a CPAP didn’t work, it wouldn’t still be relied upon by sleep specialists today. But there are drawbacks to this machine that keep many sleep apnea sufferers from using it or finding rest and relief.

Something many patients complain about is discomfort because you have to wear a mask over your nose and mouth while you sleep. You also have to be close to an outlet at night and try to avoid getting tangled up in the hose and cord.

But the user isn’t the only one who has to put up with the CPAP machine. Your sleep partner may not see any benefits. While your snoring may stop, they’re left still feeling tired and irritable  because the noisy CPAP keeps them up at night.

These are just a few of the most common reasons people don’t use their CPAP machines as instructed. But at Cosmetic Dental Associates, we can provide an alternative that will help both you and your spouse get more sleep!

We can create a custom mouthguard, quiet as a church mouse and small enough to fit in your pocket! It keeps your jaw in the best position while you sleep so air flows freely, and it alleviates the loud, chronic snoring.

So you get the rest you need night after night, and so will your sweetheart! Without the noise, couples are able to sleep in the same bedroom again, restoring the intimacy sleep apnea had stolen from them. It could be the solution you’ve been hoping for that finally brings you and your spouse closer together and more deeply connected again.

Improve Your Sleep Now!

Don’t spend next Valentine’s Day the same way you spent it this year, tired, cranky, and separated from your sweetheart.

Spend every single day with your spouse feeling healthier, happier, and more connected than ever!

Call Cosmetic Dental Associates today at 210-951-4444 or fill out our online form to request a consultation for snoring and sleep apnea solutions!

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