Sleep Apnea Treatment – Trophy Club, TX

Enjoy Quality Shuteye Again

Most people would agree that it can be annoying when your bed partner snores every night. However, it can do more than interfere with your quality of rest; it may signify a serious sleep disorder called sleep apnea. At Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, Dr. Alysa Sadkin works closely with a sleep apnea therapy program called Sleep Architects. Together, our team can provide custom oral appliances that stop the symptoms of sleep apnea and help you and your partner enjoy quality shuteye again. If you’re ready to enjoy a good night's sleep, the first step is to call us to learn more about sleep apnea treatment in our Trophy Club, TX dental office.

Patient sleeping soundly thanks to sleep apnea treatment

Why Choose Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club for Sleep Apnea Treatment?

  • Partnered with Sleep Architects – Sleep Apnea Therapy Program
  • At-Home Sleep Apnea Testing Offered
  • Expert Treatment Plans Guided by CT/Cone Beam Scanner

What Is Sleep Apnea?

Man sleeping with animation of open and obstructed airway over his facial profile

Obstructive sleep apnea, the most common form of the disorder, occurs when tissues in the throat collapse and block the airway while sleeping. The brain starts panicking from a lack of oxygen, forcing you awake so that you can breathe. Even if you don’t remember these instances of waking, they can happen dozens of times a night. They can leave you unable to reach the deep, restful stages of sleep, causing you to feel exhausted the next day.

How We Treat Sleep Apnea

Animated image showing how sleep apnea appliances work

Traditional sleep apnea treatment involves a CPAP machine, which keeps the airway open by constantly blowing air through a mask worn over the nose and mouth. This treatment can be cumbersome, which is why we offer oral appliance therapy as a more convenient alternative. We can craft a personalized tray that fits over your teeth and gently shifts your lower jaw forward, keeping your airway open at night and making it easier to breathe. These appliances are designed to be comfortable and non-intrusive.