Getting an Accurate Diagnosis

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If you schedule your consultation and go through the diagnosis process with us here at Babylon Dental Care, you’ll either find that you don’t have Sleep Apnea, or that you do. If you discover that you suffer from Sleep Apnea, we’ll want to go over your customized treatment options. A treatment plan would then be created based on your specific needs and goals. We have one goal, and that’s to make sure you get the right solution for you.

The Four Treatment Options

There are 4 main options that are used in the treatment of Sleep Apnea. All of the options can be effective, but it depends on the individual and their health. There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution for Sleep Apnea.

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Behavioral Treatments

Controlling your weight is one of the main things that you can do to improve your condition. However, it’s something that many people struggle to keep under control, making it an unreliable treatment option.

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CPAP Devices

A CPAP Device has been the gold standard in treatment for Sleep Apnea for decades, however it’s not the right option for so many due to its discomfort. There is a better option.

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Surgery

Surgery, in any form, should be a last resort. Surgery is not only expensive, it’s often dangerous and presents many potential complications. This should only be an option only after all other options have failed.

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Oral Appliance Therapy

Custom made Oral Appliances designed to fit you. They open your airways, reducing instances of apnea. This is ideal for many patients and is our specialty!

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Oral Appliance Therapy

At Babylon Dental Care, we specialize in using Oral Appliance Therapy. If Oral Appliance Therapy is the best fit for you, You’ll be clinically examined by our Sleep Apnea specialist, Dr. Brown. Molds will be taken of your mouth to fabricate a custom Oral Appliance that fits your mouth and sleeping habits.

The Oral Appliance will secure your lower jaw in a comfortable position, disabling it from collapsing back and obstructing the airway.

Keeping your airway open will help you get the sound sleep that you deserve, with fewer instances of disruption. 

Learn more about our Oral Appliance options

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