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New Solutions for Sleep Apnea
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What a difference! No surgery. No sleeping in a certain position or other remedy. Just a fast, simple solution to eliminate the problem.
– Kerney T.
Research has consistently shown that oral appliance therapy can be as effective as CPAP for treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). So why depend on an electrical socket to help you get a good night’s sleep when a lightweight device can keep your airway open so you can get the oxygen you need?
Here at the Laguna Hills Center for Sleep Apnea & CPAP Intolerance, Dr. Ann Abdulla helps patients from across Orange County with two main types of appliance:
- A mandibular advancement device (MAD) holds your lower jaw slightly forward while you sleep, keeping your tongue and the soft tissues around the top of your throat from restricting your breathing.
- A tongue retaining device (TRD) keeps your tongue from falling back and blocking your airway.
The devices are custom-fit to your mouth, FDA-approved – and covered by most PPOs and Medicare.
How Do Dental Appliances for Sleep Apnea Work?
“Nothing Worked. Then I Found Dr. Abdulla!”
We have seen many patients who had tried oral appliance therapy before, with underwhelming results. But skeptics have turned to believers upon trying our expertly fit devices and comprehensive supportive care.
– Nicole C.
Accurate Fit + Positioning = Better Results
Two things determine how effective oral appliance therapy will be, and they depend a bit on each other. One is whether the patient regularly wears it to sleep. The other is the fit and positioning.
Every one of our appliances is custom fit to the patient’s mouth with the most extreme precision possible. Many of the devices – like the plastic-free Panthera appliance – are created with CAD-CAM (computer-assisted design/computer-assisted manufacture) technology, which ensures an accurate fit.
A Closer Look at an Oral Appliance for Snoring & Sleep Apnea
More, Dr. Abdulla also uses a computerized pharyngometer to measure the size of the oral/pharyngeal passageway – something that helps ensure proper positioning of the appliance. By adjusting how the upper and lower jaws sit in relation to each other, we can help make the airway larger.
A better fit and better positioning mean a better experience for you.
– Peter H.
New Patient Offers
Yes, there’s really no charge for an initial consultation with Dr. Abdulla to find out how she can help you improve both your sleep and your health – holistically and non-invasively. While diagnosis is not included in this complimentary visit, you can explore your options and get answers to your questions about CPAP alternatives for better sleep health.
Just give the coupon code INTRO when you contact us to schedule this introductory consult.
Free Dental Imaging with New Patient Exam (A $150 Value!)
A new patient exam is the first step toward a diagnosis and finding just the right solution to your sleep breathing troubles. Book now, and we’ll cover the cost of the necessary dental imaging. You’ll save $150 on this first visit alone!
Just give the coupon code IMAGES when you contact us to schedule your new patient exam.