Snoring can be a nuisance, and an embarrassment. If you leave a snoring issue unaddressed, it can be aggravating for the people you live with, particularly a partner who shares a bed with you. In cases where snoring is caused by sleep apnea, the problem can even have an impact on your health. Snoring sounds are produced when soft tissue in your throat partially blocks your airways. With a custom-made snore guard in place, you can sleep through the night without experiencing this blockage, meaning you can sleep peacefully, and quietly. Your dentist can provide you with this oral appliance, and ensure that it is a proper, custom fit.
Using A Snore Guard To Reduce Obnoxious Nightly Snoring
By wearing a snore guard, you can adjust your jaw in such a way as to avoid issues with your breathing passages becoming blocked. This means you will sleep soundly, without making any disruptive breathing noises. In cases where patients snore because of obstructive sleep apnea, a snore guard may provide you with a means of correcting the problem without the use of a CPAP machine. Sleep apnea carries potentially severe consequences for your overall health, and it should be addressed as soon as possible.
Talking To Your Dentist About Different Oral Health Concerns Can Lead To Beneficial Care
Are you taking full advantage of your dentist’s care? Scheduling regular dental exams will allow you to routinely have your oral health evaluated. During these examinations, you can discuss any worrying issues. Your checkups are not limited to just making sure you are cavity-free. In addition to addressing a snoring problem, your dentist can help you deal with chronic pains associated with TMJ dysfunction.
Talk To Allen Family Dental About Stopping Your Snoring Problem
At Allen Family Dental, our office is committed to providing our patients with a range of important oral health services. If you are bothered by a snoring problem, we can help by providing you with a snore guard, which will allow you to sleep peacefully, without making intrusive snoring sounds. Schedule a meeting with Dr. Torrens-Parker or Dr. Lizardi, call Allen Family Dental in Allen, TX, today at (469) 342-6644. Located in Allen, we also proudly welcome patients from Frisco, Plano, McKinney, Fairview, and all surrounding communities.