sleep apnea oral appliance 3 

There are many types of dental appliances, but they fall under two main categories: Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD) and Tongue Retaining Devices (TRD).  Both appliances are custom made to fit each individuals mouth.  A MAD is designed to fit over the upper and lower teeth and holds the jaw slightly forward to open the airways.  A TRD is designed to fit around the tongue and is often recommended for people with dentures.  Both options are made to fit comfortably in your mouth while you sleep.

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and you struggle to sleep with a CPAP, oral appliance therapy could be an option for you.

Learn More
Contact Us
sleeping woman

There are many advantages to using oral appliance therapy:

  • Non-invasive treatment
  • Comfortable & easy to wear
  • Quiet
  • Portable & convenient for traveling
  • Easy to care for
  • Effective treatment

If you and your doctor have decided oral appliance therapy is the best option for you, have your doctor refer you to our office for a custom made device.

Learn More
Contact Us

The Right Tools For The Right Solution. 


Comfortable & Easy to Wear

Oral Appliances are personalized to fit your mouth for high level of comfort.  These devices are easily put into place, similar to a mouth guard.

Small & Convenient

Unlike a CPAP, Oral appliances are small and fit in the palm of your hand.   This makes them easy to wear on a regular basis and carry while traveling.


No hoses, masks or machines to hook up to keeps these devices from interfering with you or your partner while you sleep.

Benefits of Sleep Apnea Treatment

Improved quality of sleep

Increased energy during the day

Improvement in overall health

Reduced snoring for most patients

We’re Here To Help You

Through exceptional patient care, advanced technology and skilled professionals.

Let’s Get Started!