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Enjoy Better Rest With San Antonio Sleep Apnea Treatment

When our San Antonio dentist Dr. John A. Moore, Jr. treats you for obstructive sleep apnea, he’s giving you your nights and your days back. No more struggling through each day counting down the moments until you can crawl back into bed. Sleep apnea treatment with a mouthguard could be the simple solution you’ve been searching for. Treatment benefits include:

  • Waking up feeling more refreshed instead of groggy and tired.
  • Less noisy snoring and better rest for you and your bed partner.
  • More alertness throughout the day, leading to better performance at work.
  • Decreased feelings of depression and fatigue.
  • Help with avoiding serious health complications like diabetes, heart attacks, and strokes.

Call Cosmetic Dental Associates today to schedule a sleep apnea consultation: 210-951-4444. Remember to schedule your regular dental checkup as well! Our modern facility is located at 5837 Babcock Road, near the intersection of Babcock Road and Huebner Road.

A Custom Mouthguard Provides Sleep Apnea Relief

Your lack of sleep goes beyond being tired – it can:

  • Weaken your immune system.
  • Increase your risk for accidents.
  • Make remembering things difficult.
  • Make you put on weight.
  • Increase your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
  • Make you moody or depressed.

Dr. John A. Moore will make you a custom sleep apnea mouthguard that will be comfortable and make it possible for you to breathe easier while sleeping. The mouthguard will move your lower jaw forward to create more space in the back of your mouth and throat for normal breathing. Plus, there’s an added benefit for your bed partner – no more disruptive snoring!

Understand Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when your airways become blocked at night when you’re lying down. This blockage could be created by your tongue or the tissue and muscles in your throat relaxing. This blockage can cause you to stop breathing dozens of times throughout the night. Sometimes this is treated with a CPAP machine, but a less invasive mouthguard could be the right solution for you.

Signs you could have obstructive sleep apnea include:

  • Loud, disruptive snoring
  • Waking up feeling tired despite having a full night’s sleep
  • Beginning each morning with a dry mouth or a sore throat

Get the rest you need with sleep apnea treatment from Cosmetic Dental Associates. Call us today at 210-951-4444 to schedule your consultation.

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