Snoring and Sleep Apnea Appliances

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Devices


If you or a family member suffer from poor sleeping habits, snore, or have been prescribed a CPAP machine for apnea that you do not use, Grieshober Dental can help you get the right kind of sleep.  Poor night time sleep habits can attribute to high blood pressure, stroke and heart attack, day time sleepiness, type II diabetes, development of cancerous tumors, impaired thinking, decreased performance, impotence, and relationship issues.  Depressed mood, increased irritability, increased fatigue, decreased daily activity, and impaired concentration can be due to sleep issues.   ADHD, learning and behavioral problems in children are also related to poor sleep habits.

A simple dental exam and history can determine if a sleep study is indicated.  Working with your physician, Grishober Dental can determine if an oral sleep appliance is needed to treat your sleep disorder.

Grieshober Dental uses neuromuscular dentistry when designing the correct sleep appliance for our patients to insure better outcomes than with traditional sleep appliances.  If you or a family member has a sleeping disorder call us and schedule a complimentary exam to see if you can benefit from an oral sleep appliance.