Free Yourself from a CPAP with our
Sleep Apnea Treatment Alternatives
Oral appliance therapy (OAT) is an effective first line treatment option for patients diagnosed with mild to moderate sleep apnea and also severe patients who are unable to tolerate CPAP or prefer an alternate therapy. At Superior Sleep and Wellness, our dentists provide custom-fabricated oral appliances for each individual patient—we are not a one size fits all office!
While most patients do not know that there is a simple and comfortable solution to treat sleep apnea, treating sleep apnea with an oral appliance is advantageous because it is a non-invasive method of treatment that is seamlessly incorporated into your current lifestyle. Oral appliances are comfortable, they do not disturb your bed partner, they are transportable, they can be cleaned and cared for easily, and they are convenient for travel.
We offer custom appliances for a quiet, comfortable night’s sleep
Call Superior Sleep and Wellness now to set up your free consultation to meet with one of our dentists to discuss oral appliance therapy.
“After having been assessed for severe snoring, I was tested and found to have severe sleep apnea. Since I have been treated, my life has not been the same. My memory is significantly better, I wake up rested, and my quality of life has dramatically improved.” - Bill Benton
A quiet, peaceful night’s sleep is our mission.
“I just came from my cardiologist 3 weeks after receiving and wearing my Panthera oral appliance for treatment of my recently diagnosed sleep apnea. He was pleased to tell me my blood pressure had already dropped 30 points and that my A1C was coming down as well!” - Joe Portale
“I used to fall asleep at meetings and would even sometimes nod off at stop lights. I never realized why I was so exhausted. A nurse friend once heard me snoring loudly at night and even gasping and told me I should go get checked for sleep apnea. I can’t express strongly enough how being treated for sleep apnea has improved my quality of life. My only regrets were that after 50 years of insomnia nobody had ever screened me in the medical setting for sleep apnea before. Having treatment changed my life.” - Kathy D.