Sleep Apnea Brandon FL

Sleep Apnea Brandon, FL – Snoring & Sleep Apnea Dentist

Having trouble with your snoring?  Dr. Perez is one of the leading sleep apnea doctors in Brandon, FL and she is proud to offer the new SomnoDent solution.

For the treatment of OSA, SomnoDent® is worn during sleep to maintain the patency of the upper airway by increasing its dimensions and reducing collapsibility.

SomnoDent is a custom made appliance, comprised of upper and lower dental plates with a unique patented fin coupling component, which allows normal mouth opening and closing.

SomnoDent is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, making it easy to carry when traveling. The appliance is comfortable and easy to wear. Most people find that it only takes one or two nights to get used to it.

Advantages of the SomnoDent

  • Permits normal mouth opening
  • Allows speech and drinking
  • Safe and effective
  • Clinically validated
  • Custom-fit
  • Full lip-seal
  • Easily adjustable
  • Warranty against breakages

For more information about SomnoDent, ask your dentist or visit SomnoMed online

Sleep Apnea Dentist Brandon FL

9 out of 10 SomnoDent patients report that their device is comfortable, and they sleep better at night; and so do their partners! SomnoDent oral devices are simple to use and FDA cleared.

When we sleep, gravity and muscle relaxation allows the tongue and surrounding soft tissue to fall back into the throat area, collapsing the airway and obstructing air flow. This causes pauses in breathing which can occur hundreds of times per night, which dramatically reduces oxygen levels in the blood, straining the heart.

Your may have Sleep Apnea if you:

  • Snore
  • Choke/gasp for air in your sleep
  • Are tired during the day
  • Have poor memory/forgetfulness
  • Multiple nighttime bathroom trips
  • Have headaches in the morning

Most of the time, the person sleeping is not aware of the breathing stoppages, but their body is, causing them to be tired during the day, which increases the risk of traffic accidents and work injuries.   If you suspect you may be struggling with this sleeping disorder, we encourage you to contact our office for a consultation.