A SOLUTION FOR BETTER SLEEP
SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT
Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder where your breathing periodically stops and starts during the night. While it causes snoring at night and tiredness during the day, more serious problems may occur if sleep apnea is untreated. These include irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, heart problems, stroke, diabetes, and more. Our Rice Lake, WI dentist helps treat sleep apnea with personalized and comfortable solutions.
Millions of people in the U.S. suffer from sleep apnea - and we can help!
STEP 1: DIAGNOSIS
We review your medical history, any diagnosis of sleep disorders, and perform an oral exam. Your mouth may have tell-tale signs of sleep apnea such as worn teeth from grinding, and you may not even know it.
STEP 2: TREATMENT
Based on the findings during your sleep apnea consultation, our dentist creates a customized treatment plan. A common sleep apnea treatment through our dental office is a custom oral device that helps keep your airway open at night. It’s a safe, quiet, and more comfortable alternative to noisy CPAP machines.
STEP 3: EDUCATION
Due to the seriousness of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), Dr. Isaacson equips you with the tools and knowledge to prevent breathing problems at night. We’ll review contributing factors and solutions, including lifestyle decisions and bite alignment.
SLEEP MORE. SNORE LESS. FEEL BETTER.
An oral appliance for sleep apnea therapy is compact, portable, noise-free, and easier to use than a traditional CPAP machine. Based on your needs, we create a custom-fit device that helps keep your airway open during sleep.
In addition to oral appliances that treat sleep apnea and help your throat stay open, we offer other therapies. We take the time to diagnose your condition and pinpoint underlying factors to find a solution that works.
Sleeping comfortably at night without interruptions is possible with our sleep apnea treatments. You deserve to feel good during the day and, most importantly, shouldn’t risk serious health problems associated with OSA.