Dental Appliance Therapy

Dental Appliance Therapy

The Sleep Cycle Center’s Austin-based team has a professional interest in alternative treatment and therapies for Obstructive Sleep Apnea, offering Dental Appliance therapy for breathing-related sleep disorders as part of our high-quality Dental Sleep Medicine services.

Sleep Soundly With Apnea Oral Appliances

Discover immediate relief of apnea symptoms for mild sleep apnea and moderate cases with our compact and discreet oral appliance devices. Developed with the unique measurements of your mouth and lower jaw to keep the airway open and prevent the obstruction and narrowing of the soft tissue in the airways, our oral appliances are 90% effective in reducing patients’ symptoms. From mandibular to tongue retaining devices, our dental appliance treatments offer mproved patient compliance compared with alternative therapies.

Schedule A Consultation For Dedicated Sleep Apnea
ManagementSleep Apnea should not stop you from getting the good night’s sleep you deserve! If you’re a resident of the Greater Austin area or neighboring suburbs, you can start the first steps to breathing and sleeping better easily with a consultation from our local sleep team. We can check treatment eligibility, confirm an apnea diagnosis, and prescribe your new sleep disorder treatment so you can sleep more soundly at night and wake up refreshed. Discover the comfortable alternative therapy to treat sleep apnea. Book now.

Eliminate Sleep Apnea Symptoms With An Oral Device

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is one of the most common forms of apnea, a breathing-impacted sleep disorder that affects over 900 million people worldwide. Apnea episodes can disrupt or stop breathing entirely several times throughout the night, leading to various deliberating symptoms in the morning and problems in everyday life. If you’re struggling with daytime sleepiness, excess weight, snoring, dry throat, and mouth, and irregularities in blood pressure, partner with a dental medicine team for mild to moderate sleep apnea treatments.

Explore Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment Options
Treating Sleep Apnea can help patients manage their condition and reduce common symptoms, supporting improved career performance, relationships, health, and overall well-being.

Reduction in Morning Headaches
Put a stop to the pain of morning headaches with oral appliance therapy. Oral devices have been shown to have a positive impact on the blood oxygen levels responsible for apnea-associated headaches, helping to reduce the frequency of episodes and leave patients feeling fresh in the morning.

Improve Mood And Overall Sleep
With fewer breathing disruptions occurring over the night when wearing the dental appliance, you can now fall asleep and wake up feeling rested and ready for the night day, improving mood and mental health issues linked to Sleep Apnea and removing the need for sedative medications.

Relief For Sore Throat And Dry Mouth
Sore throat and dry mouth are common for apnea patients first thing in the morning, causing discomfort and leading to problems with oral health and infections. Our dental appliances are an effective treatment in relieving symptoms by reducing apnea episodes.

Resolve Issues With Impotency
Disrupted sleep can throw off our body’s delicate chemistry, causing a reduction in our libido and potential issues with intimacy in some patients. Managing apnea symptoms through dental appliance therapy may relieve issues with intimacy as sleep improves without the need for other treatments and medications.

Lower Risks Of Secondary Health Issues
Obstructive Sleep Apnea has been linked to several more severe health conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and a reduced life expectancy. Patients who respond positively to oral appliance therapy often see a reduced risk of secondary health conditions related to sleep apnea.

Discover Our FDA-Approved Sleep Apnea Therapy
Developed per the American Academy of Sleep Treatment guidelines and FDA-approved for treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea, our Austin and Lakeway Clinics are proud to offer high-quality dental appliances with custom fittings available from two clinic locations.

Dr. Denman Has Helped Me With My Sleep Apnea Treatment!
“Sleep Apnea has plagued me for years; I could not tolerate the CPAP machine or therapy. I love the mouthguard he designed. I have not slept through the night for 65 years, and now I can say with Dr. Denman’s help, I sleep without waking! AMAZING. The whole office is supportive. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!”- Lea, former patient

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Dental Appliance Therapy, The Solution To Mask-Free Sleep

Are you recently diagnosed with sleep apnea and exploring treatment options? Or a currently using CPAP treatment and hoping to find a new management of OSA from discomfort, lack of symptom relief, or recent recall issues? Whatever your reasons for exploring alternative sleep apnea therapies, our team is ready to help you sleep mask-free with our oral appliance range. 

Move Away From The CPAP

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy, also known as CPAP, has been a common treatment for Sleep Apnea patients for many years. Unfortunately, the fitted breathing devices frequently cause issues with discomfort, restrictive design, and irritability to the skin and airways, which may lead to patients giving up treatment and making their sleep apnea worse. Dr. Denman and his team are dedicated to offering solutions to support the obstruction of the upper airway and soft palate without the need for invasive positive airway pressure devices or surgical options. For eligible patients, dental appliance therapy can address the limitations of the CPAP, bringing an adaptable and easy-to-use treatment approach for optimum symptom relief.

Find out more about our CPAP alternatives and oral appliance range. 

Addressing The Need For Adaptable Sleep Apnea Care

We firmly believe that achieving good sleep should not come at the expense of anyone’s lifestyle, which is why our dental appliance treatments have been developed with the lifestyle of Texans in mind. Say goodbye to sleeping pills, nights with a breathing device, and frequent visits to your healthcare provider with effective Sleep Apnea treatment.

Apnea Treatment For Life’s Journeys

There is nothing like hitting the open road and exploring, whether for work or pleasure. With dental appliances, transiting your apnea treatment is a stress-free experience! All our oral devices fit discreetly into a small medical-graded container that fits into carry-on luggage, backpacks, and purses. 

Shut Off The Power

The CPAP machine uses around 340 watts of electricity per day, 1.5% of an average household’s electricity consumption. Although this may be less than your average household appliance, every dollar counts with today’s utility prices. With dental appliances, there is no need to monitor the bills with no machines or equipment hooked up to your power supply. 

Discreet Sleep Disorder Therapies

Disclosing a medical condition to a loved one, close friend, or even your employer can be challenging for many people, which is why our dental appliances are created with a discreet design to provide total privacy when managing your apnea treatment.

Combine Dental Appliances With Other Sleep Disorder Treatments

Unlike other medications and treatments, dental appliances are often used alongside other medical interventions and have minimal interactions with other therapies. Patients often combine oral appliance devices with our extensive range of sleep apnea therapies, such as lifestyle changes (drinking alcohol, quitting smoking), weight loss programs, and exploring new sleep positions for optimum success. 

Discover The Alternative To Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy

Explore the latest alternative apnea therapy to positive airway pressure (cpap) with the Sleep Cycle Center. With a professional and personal interest in sleep apnea treatments, we’re Austin’s trusted team for sleep apnea study and treatment services, offering a high-quality patient experience from our convenient Cedar Park location. Call our team today to schedule a consultation.

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