Effectively Helping You Stop Snoring at Night
Snoring might seem harmless but it has many health risks associated with it. People who snore can be at risk for many different health problems, including sleep apnea which comes with its own issues. Sleep apnea can potentially lead to obesity, chronic headaches, a strain on the heart, light sleeping, a poor night’s sleep, and daytime sleepiness, to name a few. If you’re a habitual snorer, you should see Dr. Forrester at Forrester Dental for treatment before your condition gets worse.
Sleep Tight & Snore No More
At Forrester Dental, we use SomnoDent to provide our patients with the most state-of-the-art oral sleep devices. These snore guards prevent snoring before it even starts! With two lines to choose from, there’s plenty of options for you and your needs. We’ll recommend the best type of device based on your snoring condition. We’ll even custom-fit the device, ensuring it aligns your jaw comfortably.
Sleep has a dramatic impact on a patient’s overall health. Our office can create oral devices approved for mild to moderate sleep apnea. The oral device we use comfortably moves the patient’s mandible forward. This allows the patients to have a continually open airway.
Numerous factors can cause snoring, such as:
- Larger tongue or tonsils
- Abnormal muscle relaxation
- Nasal polyps or turbinates
- Deviated septum
If you’re ready to enjoy a good night’s sleep again, and your significant other is too, call for an appointment today to see if you’re a candidate for this sleep device. Our Yalesville dentist proudly serves patients from Oxford, Woodbridge, New Haven, and North Haven.