Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Ivy Rose Family Dentistry specializes in treating patients who suffer from sleep apnea or upper airway resistance (snoring). Although these conditions may initially seem to be only aggravating problems, they are sometimes life-threatening.  Studies from numerous sources[1][2][3] have proved that sleep apnea and related disorders are increasingly fatal.

Merging Dental & Medical Strategies

Forward-thinking medical practitioners understand the link between our oral health and our whole physical wellness.  Several conditions give their first signs within the oral domain.  Hence, at Ivy Rose Family Dentistry, we collaborate with medical minds to properly manage and solve sleep apnea and snoring conditions. Examples of our team’s cooperation with the medical specialists include:

  • Ivy Rose Family Dentistry’s use of appliances recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine as the first treatment choice for these sleep disorders.
  • Attending seminars and workshops that educate dental and medical practitioners in the sphere of sleep apnea.
  • Sharing dental findings with patient primary care physicians in regards to their sleep apnea.


Why Visit a Dentist  for Sleep Apnea?

There are a variety of medical procedures that treat sleep apnea.  Many of them are very aggressive.  CPAP machines, airway pressure devices, and surgical procedures such as implants, jaw repositioning, and tissue removal are very expensive.  Often a simple dental device can relieve sleep apnea and heavy snoring conditions. Ivy Rose Family Dentistry utilizes non-invasive dental procedures that offer excellent results at minimal expenses.

If you suffer from snoring or sleep apnea, you should consider adding an experienced dentist who can effectively treat sleep disorders. Ivy Rose Family Dentistry has experienced dentists and state-of-the-art technology that allows the effective treatment of such problems. We can create FDA approved and custom designed dental appliances that will significantly reduce your problems.

When it comes to treating sleep apnea or snoring, you can entrust our practice to help you make significant strides in your treatment response. We take pride in helping you address a multitude of issues, including these sleep disorders that can become life-threatening if not properly treated.

Call our practice today to discuss your needs for snoring or sleep apnea. We will make recommendations and gladly schedule an appointment where one of our dentists can offer a full assessment of your condition.