You may know that I have struggled with snoring and sleep apnea in the past, which is why I am passionate about discovering ways to address the sleep struggles of my patients. Many patients are surprised to learn that we have something that will stop snoring and give them (and their partner) a good night’s sleep.
What is Snoring?
Snoring occurs when the airway to and from the lungs becomes constricted. The soft tissue in the back of the throat vibrates as it presses against other tissue it makes a sound. Snoring is extremely common, especially for people with sleep apnea, and although it is not dangerous alone, snoring can be very annoying to those around you.
How We Treat Snoring
A common treatment for snoring is the use of an oral device (snore guard) that is designed to separate the vibrating tissue from the rest of the mouth and open up the airway in the throat. In most cases our custom snore guards are extremely effective in preventing snoring in our patients.
Guaranteed to Stop Snoring
Recently, I have noticed this to be a growing concern in our patient base, so I am offering a $100 discount and 90-day money-back guarantee for our custom-made snore guards that are purchased now through December 31, 2017. Like most things, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to snoring and sleep troubles, but in most cases a snore guard will at least begin to address the most common snoring problems. If the snore guard does not give you the desired results, I will refund your purchase and we will find a solution that works for you.
More About Sleep Apnea
Do you feel sleepy or fatigued much of the day? Do you have trouble losing weight? Has someone told you that you stop breathing during the night? If so, you can take this simple screening test to see if you might be at risk. If you score a 10 or higher, schedule a free consult to meet with me to discuss your options.
If you would like talk about your unique situation or to get your snore guard made, call to make an appointment or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Allan Acton DDS