At Plaza Family Dental in Peoria, Arizona, we strive to help our patients overcome their sleep apnea symptoms. If you are tired of feeling sleepy during the day or snoring at night, our dental appliance treatment options may be able to help.
Our dentist specializes in restoring the quality of life of patients who have trouble sleeping. You can look forward to exceptional care when you visit our practice.
You don’t have to let your sleep apnea control your life. If you’re ready to make a change, we encourage you to call Plaza Family Dental right away so we can get you on track to a healthier night’s sleep. We will be happy to schedule you for a consultation to discuss the best treatment for your needs.
Sleep Apnea Symptoms
If you’re unsure as to whether you have sleep apnea, below are some of the most common symptoms associated with it.
- Feeling tired during the day
- Feelings of depression
- Feelings of irritability
- Difficulty sleeping
- Loud breathing
- Feeling moody
- Feeling moody
- Weight gain
- Throat pain
- Dry mouth
Treating Sleep Apnea Symptoms
If you have sleep apnea, you’re probably aware of CPAP treatment. Understandably, not everyone wants to go that route for their care. That’s why we offer comfortable dental appliances for treating sleep apnea symptoms.
These custom-made devices allow your airways to remain open while you sleep, helping you get the rest you deserve while reducing or eliminating your symptoms.
Our dentist will make a custom mold of your mouth and send it to a technician. From there, your custom mouthpiece will be made to fit your mouth perfectly and comfortably.
Benefits of Sleep Apnea Treatment
Thanks to our custom dental appliances, our patients have experienced many benefits from their use, including:
- Lower risk of depression
- Noticeably better mood
- Potential weight loss
- Better energy levels
- Fewer headaches
- Less snoring
- Better rest
Would you like to explore your treatment options for your sleep apnea symptoms? Call Plaza Family Dental today so we can get you in for a consultation with our dentist. We look forward to caring for you and hope to see you soon!