Sleep Apnea and Snoring Appliances

Snoring & Sleep Apnea Appliances

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Snoring and Sleep Apnea can be controlled with dental devices, called snore guards, that fit over your teeth during sleep.  Snoring is best controlled by these snore guards. Sleep apnea, however, is best controlled by a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine placed over your face at night. CPAPs are prescribed by a sleep doctor after a sleep study has been performed.  Even with great results, research shows only 25% of people with sleep apnea can tolerate the CPAP mask used to administer airway pressure.  Most people that cannot tolerate the CPAP machine turn to dental devices to control sleep apnea.

The Full Breath Solution

There are many dental devices on the market, yet there is one called the Full Breath Solution (FBS) that stands out among them all. It is the #1 recommended non-surgical alternative to the CPAP. Baseline Dental Practice is certified in prescribing and administering the Full Breath Solution.

The tongue causes snoring and sleep apnea

Like the CPAP, the Full Breath Solution works by controlling the tongue at night.  The CPAP controls the tongue by building a pressure in your upper airway. This creates a ballooning effect to push the tongue away from the back of the throat and opens the air passage. Air is then able to freely pass through your airway. Like the CPAP, the Full Breath Solution also keeps the tongue from falling to the back of the throat during sleep to keep the airway open. Almost all other CPAP alternatives allegedly stopped sleep apnea by pulling the jaw forward at night.  Snore guards are covered by most PPO medical insurances.  Visit Snoring and Sleep Apnea Treatment Rancho Cucamonga for more information or Full Breath Solution Research for research showing its effectiveness.

Full Breath Solution vs. other snore guards

There are a number of dental devices that attempt to alleviate snoring and sleep apnea. The goal of most of these devices is to stop the jaw from falling back at night. However, research shows that the tongue still falls to the back of the throat 64% of the time. The Full Breath Solution, unlike other appliances, has a small tongue depressor that braces the tongue and stops it from falling back during sleep. This tongue positioning opens up the airway and allows oxygen to flow freely again. People that wear the Full Breath Solution report that they stop loud snoring, wake up more rested, have more daytime energy, and are much more comfortable going to sleep.  The Full Breath Solution offers a viable alternative to the CPAP.

Come visit the Dentist Rancho Cucamonga, and stop your sleep apnea and snoring.