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Sleep Better, Stop Snoring: Sleep Apnea Treatment in Mt. Holly

Do you get a good night's sleep?

Signs of Sleep Apnea:

Did You Know?

The good news is, there's a solution. Traditionally, the treatment is to wear a CPAP machine. It's basically an air pump that is attached to a face mask that keeps the airway open so breathing doesn't stop. Unfortunately, many people either cannot or will not wear their CPAP. The alternative is an oral appliance.

With the exception of the most severe cases, oral appliances are very effective in opening the airway. These appliances maintain a forward positioning of the lower jaw. Bringing the jaw forward moves the tongue away from the back of the throat, thereby removing the blockage that impedes breathing.

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