At Beachwood Sleep Center; we know how important your sleep is. That’s why we offer FREE virtual snoring and sleep apnea consultations. At your consultation, you’ll discuss your symptoms with the dentist and decide on a treatment plan that works best for you and your unique situation.
Get The Correct Diagnosis for the Best Sleep Apnea Treatment
Not all sleep apnea is the same, and each person’s mouth and throat anatomy is unique. Additionally, slerp apnea treatment options vary in how long they take and how much they cost. At Beachwood Sleep Center, we’ll make sure you’re getting the best treatment for your situation.
Nighttime Mouth Guard
Since a sleep apnea mouth guard is the most minimally intrusive and cost-effective treatment; we often start there to see if that relieves your sleep apnea. A sleep apnea mouthpiece works by slightly repositioning your jaw, making it less likely that your throat muscles narrow and block your airflow during the night.
A sleep apnea mouth guard might also support your tongue, preventing it from falling backward and restricting your air.
Invisalign Sleep Apnea Treatment
Not many people think of orthodontics as a sleep apnea treatment, but since your tooth alignment affects your overall mouth and jaw position, frequently adjusting crooked teeth or a misaligned bite can be a highly effective treatment for sleep apnea.
Invisalign orthodontics can help reduce your sleep apnea even as it works to straighten your smile and solve your sleep apnea, and giving you a lifelong charismatic new smile at the same time.
Other Sleep Apnea Treatment Options
Beachwood Sleep Center also offers airway orthodontics to treat sleep apnea. This process gradually stretches the soft palate over several months, which creates more space in your mouth and the back of your throat.
This treatment is perfect for patients whose mouths are too small. Small mouths or palates can restrict the airway and make it more difficult to breathe easily at night.
Personalized Sleep Apnea Treatment for the Best Possible Results
At Beachwood Sleep Center, we recognize that everyone’s situation is unique. That’s why we work with you to determine the best sleep apnea treatment for you. Your treatment will be based on:
- Your specific mouth and throat anatomy.
- Your tooth alignment.
- Your symptoms.
- Your schedule.
- Your budget.
Whether you go with Invisalign clear braces, a sleep apnea mouth guard, or some other form of treatment, you can rest assured that you’re in caring and careful hands.
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
You might be wondering, how do I know if I have sleep apnea? While everyone’s a little different, several common sleep apnea symptoms show up consistently in patients. These include
- Chronic fatigue during the day.
- Gasping or choking in the night.
- Restless sleep.
- Morning headaches.
- Sore throat in the morning.
- Trouble breathing at night.
- Loud snoring.
- Chest pain at night.
If you have one or more of these symptoms, contact Beachwood Sleep Center to get your FREE virtual snoring and sleep apnea consultation.
How Do You Determine If I Have Sleep Apnea?
At your consultation, you’ll tell Dr. Goldstein your symptoms. That will give us a pretty good idea of whether you might have sleep apnea or if you’re dealing with a different problem.
If you have sleep apnea symptoms, Dr. Goldstein might recommend a sleep study. These days, you can use one of our at home sleep study cOmputers.. The study will help us get more information about your type of sleep apnea and what treatment will be best for you.
How Will a Dental Sleep Device Help Me?
Obstructive sleep apnea is caused when your throat muscles or tongue relax too much and cut off your airway. While it seems unlikely, even a minimal adjustment to your jaw can change your throat position, preventing your throat muscles or tongue from cutting off your airflow.
How To Find a Board-Certified Sleep Apnea Doctor Near Me
Congratulations! You found a fantastic sleep apnea doctor! Beachwood Sleep Center’s dentist, Dr. Jay Goldstein, can treat your sleep apnea! Dr. Goldstein is certified as a Qualified Dentist by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and currently working toward receiving Diplomate status from the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine.
If we’re not what you’re looking for, or if you need help a little closer to home, we would also be happy to provide recommendations or give a second opinion about dentists or diagnoses.
Call Today for Your FREE Virtual Snoring and Sleep Apnea Consultation.
Don’t wait to start treatment for snoring and sleep apnea. Call Beachwood Sleep Center now at 216-470-5738 for your FREE virtual consultation. The Beachwood Sleep Center is here to help you get back to sleeping soundly!