Find Out How to Beat Sleep Apnea Symptoms
We’re finding more and more that snoring and sleep apnea is a problem that affects the whole person, has many different ramifications health-wise for folks. As dentists, we’re on the frontline for many of these issues because we see folks often, twice a year, and we always review their medical history and ask how things are going. Those are the kind of things that can come up in our regular visits with patients. In dentistry, we have a means of helping patients breathe better at night by making some appliances for them. These are appliances that actually help to pull the lower jaw forward and, in doing so, lifts the tongue off the back of the throat, which often gets in the way in a deep sleep, opening up the airway and helping people breathe better.