Sleep Apnea Sleep Better With Our Treatment
  • Get sleep apnea relief without a CPAP
  • Enjoy a better quality of life
  • Improve your overall health

Find Relief for Your Scottsdale Sleep Apnea Here

Are you fed up with waking up feeling groggy? Have you been told you snore or stop breathing while sleeping? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, you could be dealing with sleep apnea in Scottsdale. The team at Alex Martin, DDS has the solution you need in a simple sleep appliance. Our sleep apnea treatment will help you:

  • Enjoy a good night’s sleep without interruption
  • Eliminate snoring that can bother your bed partner
  • Wake up feeling refreshed and ready to face the day
  • Be more productive on your job
  • Reduce your risk for serious health concerns such as heart attacks and stroke

Call our office today at 480-660-4225 to schedule a consultation. No insurance? Be sure to ask about our in-house Membership Club that will save you money on your treatment.

Sleep Better & Feel Better With Sleep Apnea Treatment

If you have symptoms of sleep apnea, chances are you don’t even realize it. Obstructive sleep apnea (the most common kind) occurs when your airway is temporarily blocked by the tongue and soft tissues in the back of your throat. The result is you stop breathing for a few seconds until your brain signals your body to wake up and take in more oxygen. After you do, you drift back to sleep – only to have the cycle repeat itself over and over throughout the night.

One effective solution to eliminate these symptoms is to wear a custom-fit sleep appliance. It will:

  • Fit comfortably in your mouth while you sleep, with no obtrusive mask
  • Move your lower jaw slightly forward to help keep your airway open
  • Work noiselessly, unlike a CPAP
  • Lessen your episodes of sleep apnea
  • Reduce or eliminate your snoring

You’ll sleep better, your bed partner will sleep better, and you’ll reduce your risk for serious health consequences. Sleep apnea has been linked to heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, diabetes, and depression. Treating your sleep apnea will help you feel better and improve your overall health at the same time.

To get more information on treating your sleep apnea in Scottsdale, call Alex Martin, DDS today at 480-660-4225 to schedule an appointment. You can also make an appointment online for a sleep apnea consultation or for your regular dental cleaning and exam.

Common Questions About Sleep Apnea

What is sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea occurs when you repeatedly stop breathing while sleeping. It is caused by your air passages becoming blocked by your tongue and other soft tissues in the back of your throat. When they block your airway, you stop breathing for a few seconds before waking up briefly to take in more air. The sleep apnea cycle can repeat itself hundreds of times per night in severe sleep apnea sufferers.

Why is sleep apnea bad?

Sleep apnea disrupts your sleep to the point that you feel fatigued and are unable to concentrate during the day. Not only that, but this condition has been linked to several other serious health problems. Sleep apnea can play a role in high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and depression. Treating your sleep apnea now will improve your quality of life and potentially help you live longer.

How is sleep apnea treated?

With sleep apnea, your airway slowly becomes constricted as you fall asleep. To treat it, you need to find a way to keep breathing by keeping your airway open. A CPAP machine can help, but many people have problems using a CPAP consistently. We can design a custom-made oral appliance that shifts your jaw in a way that allows you to breathe freely throughout the night.

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