SNORE & APNEA TREATMENT

There are several ways to address the issue of snoring and apnea, either by forced breathing apparatus (CPAP), intra oral appliances and in extreme cases through surgery. The treatment will vary with the severity and intensity of the problem.

 

Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) can be treated effectively. Depending on whether the case is mild, moderate or severe, the doctor or dentist will choose the best treatment for you. The ideal is to seek a maxillo-facial and oral specialist, who can guide you safely as specific options for your case.

 

The solution with the Anti-Snoring and Sleep Apnea Device

 

The Anti-Snoring and Apnea device developed by Dr. de Oliveira Prenticesidinei treats both snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), advancing the jaw forward. It is a device tailor made consisting of upper and lower dental plaque with a single coupling mechanism. If necessary, one component can be added to make the device adjustable by providing adjustable levels and incremental advancement of the jaw, which improves the effectiveness and comfort level of treatment, as the jaw is moved only in so far as is necessary to relieve snoring and eliminate the risk of OSA. (Learn more on the page Anti-Snoring Device)

The function of the Intra-Oral Anti-Snoring and Apnea device, in a simple and practical, is to keep the lower jaw properly in its original position thus avoiding the occurrence of snore or apnea, providing a quiet night's sleep for both patients and to their families.

 

Thus, the device is customized, cost-effective, has great acceptance and provides excellent results without the need of using expensive and sophisticated equipment or means as invasive surgery.

 

The Anti-Snore device and Apnea replaces with great advantages other forms of treatment, since it avoids the use of forced breathing devices (CPAP) and eliminates the need for surgical intervention, which is necessary only in cases of extreme risk and possibility of imminent doom.

Schedule an appointment today with Dr. Prentice by telephone 11 5044-7477 or via the Contact page!