Oral Appliance Therapy – Scottsdale, AZ

Using Oral Appliances to Treat Sleep Disorders

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Are you unhappy with the idea of needing to use a loud, cumbersome CPAP machine to manage sleep apnea? With a personalized oral appliance, there’s another way to get a full night of truly restful slumber. Instead of forcing air into your throat, an oral appliance helps you maintain an open airway simply by moving your lower jaw slightly forward. This helps your breathing remain uninterrupted during the night and can also put a stop to your snoring. Don’t settle for an over-the-counter appliance; the devices that we offer are all specially made for a specific patient’s mouth. Click the link below if you’re interested in reaching out to us to set up an appointment to learn more about our high-quality oral appliances in Scottsdale.

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Advantages of Oral Appliance Therapy

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There are plenty of reasons why so many sleep apnea patients choose oral appliances over other kinds of sleep apnea treatments:

  • Oral appliances do not make any kind of noise, so they won’t disturb you or anyone who is sleeping nearby.
  • It’s easier to use and maintain an oral appliance as opposed to a CPAP machine; it’s also the more cost-effective option.
  • Since you can just put an oral appliance into your purse, pocket, or bag, traveling with it is a simple matter.
  • For the best possible results, the oral appliances we provide are customized according to the needs of the individuals they’re made for.

Who Could Benefit from an Oral Appliance?

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You may want to consider looking into having an oral appliance for sleep apnea made if:

  • You don’t like using a CPAP machine.
  • You find that your CPAP machine isn’t giving you the best results.
  • You want an alternative to sleep apnea surgery.
  • You’ve previously undergone sleep apnea surgery but still have sleep problems.
  • You want a simple, affordable way to treat your sleep disorder.

How Can You Get an Oral Appliance?

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There are several kinds of sleep apnea appliances to choose from; how can you find the one that is best for you? The best answer is to speak to one of our experts at GoTo Sleep Center - Scottsdale. They have been extensively trained in the use of appliances to improve jaw position to address snoring and sleep apnea. Remember, though, that to undergo oral appliance therapy, you first need to have your sleep apnea diagnosed by completing a sleep test.

Custom-Made Solutions for Every Patient

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Some practices see sleep apnea treatment as simply taking an impression of the teeth and giving patients an oral appliance. But at GoTo Sleep Center - Scottsdale, we pride ourselves on going further. We make sure that we completely understand what your unique needs are, and we’ll take the time to digitally design an appliance that is tailor-made for your specific situation and fits perfectly on your teeth.

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