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If You've Already Been Diagnosed

Oral Appliance Therapy is one of the 4 main treatments for Sleep apnea, along with behavioral modifications and CPAP, and has proven to be more comfortable and acceptable for many sleep apnea patients worldwide. Surgical options may be considered, but surgery can pose additional risks and should be considered as a last resort if all other options have failed.

It's been estimated that less than 50% of those prescribed a CPAP Device actually wear them as prescribed. If you've been prescribed a CPAP Device and find that it's too uncomfortable to wear each night, you need to find a new solution. Leaving your sleep apnea untreated is dangerous, and there IS another option for you!.

Oral Appliance Therapy is one of the 4 main treatments for

Sleep apnea, along with behavioral modifications, CPAP, and surgery, and has proven to be more comfortable and acceptable for many sleep apnea patients worldwide.

Oral Appliance Therapy is our primary form of treatment for sleep apnea at Babylon Dental Care, and we specialize in providing a variety of custom Oral Appliance options to fit virtually every mouth!.


If You've Never Heard of CPAP...

If you're new to the world of sleep apena you may be wondering, what is CPAP? You've heard the abbreviation, but you're not sure what it actually means.

CPAP stands for "continuous positive airway pressure". CPAP is a breathing therapy device that delivers air to a mask worn over the nose and/or mouth to help consistent breathing. It's used primarily for sleep apnea, but also in the treatment of other breathing conditions.

CPAP has been the primary form of treatment prescribed for sleep apnea, but not many can tolerate it. Most people who have tried to use CPAP devices find them incredibly uncomfortable, and are unable to live with them long term, meaning they continue dealing with the negative effects of sleep apnea, such as high blood pressure, anxiety and depression, or decreased mental clarity as well as the risk of death or diabetes.

A Better Solution:
Oral Appliance Therapy

At Babylon Dental Care, we use custom fitted Oral Appliance Devices to treat sleep apnea.

If you've been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and have had difficulty with CPAP devices in the past, you should consider choosing this path of treatment.

If you've not yet been diagnosed, you'll want to schedule your consultation right away to ensure that a treatment plan can be developed if you do in fact suffer from sleep apnea. Likely, Oral Appliance Therapy will be a great option as they're much less intrusive, making the transition to treatment far more tolerable for you.

How Does it Work?

The first step is actually making sure that Oral Appliance Therapy is right for you. You'll either be newly diagnosed, or our sleep team will review your medical history and type of sleep apnea to determine if this is truly the right fit. Oral Appliance Therapy is an ideal option for most people, but not everyone, and it's imperative that your treatment is tailored to you. We'll make sure that you're getting the care you really need. If this is the best course of action, you'll be fitted with an Oral Appliance that is custom designed for your mouth. A custom device ensures its more effective, fits better and is more comfortable, giving you the relaxing nights sleep you've been 'dreaming', of with a treatment option you can live with long term.

Types of Oral Appliances

For most newly diagnosed patients of sleep apnea, you're more interested in finding the right solution to eliminate your symptoms (whatever it may be) than you are in learning the details of each and every treatment option. If that's the case, we can go over Oral Appliances in more detail during your consultation, after discovering the right option for you.

However, if you're already familiar with Oral Appliance Therapy, you may be wondering what types of devices we use at Babylon Dental Care and what makes each unique. We focus on four main types of Oral Appliance Devices. The one you'll ultimately use is chosen based on the best fit for your unique medical situation and is customized to your mouth.

Respite Blue+
Respite Blue+ is a custom, personalized mouthpiece that features a dual block design with interlocking wings. It works by keeping the airway open in any sleep position and allows for a wide range of mouth movement. Naturally fall into a pleasant night's sleep and wake up feeling refreshed!.
Glidewell Silent Nite Slidelock
Glidewell Silent Nite Slidelock - The Silent Nite appliance is designed to gently shift the lower jaw forward in a therapeutic position during sleep, which activates the airway muscles and ligaments to prevent the airway from collapsing. Each Silent Nite case includes extra connectors, in various sizes, and an AM Aligner to aid patients in exercising and realigning the jaw after nighttime mandibular advancement.
The EMA - The Elastic Mandibular Advancement (EMA) appliance is the smallest of our obstruction sleep apnea appliances. The individual trays are constructed of 2mm vacuum form material and are held together with straps of varying lengths and flexibility. These straps provide unsurpassed lateral movement and comfort as well as dictating the amount of mandibular advancement.
If Oral Appliance Therapy is the right treatment for you, we'll find which of these four options will do the best job in addressing your symptoms, fitting your mouth and keeping you comfortable.

We treat all types of patients for Oral Appliance Therapy, including patients with dentures and no teeth at all. Dr. Brown will go over all of your options regarding the Oral Appliance solutions. Our Sleep Assistant will makes sure you understand when to wear you device, how to care for it while it is not in use, and if it will require adjustments over time. You'll have a clear idea of your next steps and the path to better health!

Stop Waiting. Start Sleeping!

If you're tired of a failing or non-existent solution for your sleep apnea, you've come to the right place. Schedule your FREE Consultation today to take back your life, and your sleep!.