One of our goals at is to provide the most conservative treatment possible in every situation. Oral appliances offer simple, non-invasive treatment for a variety of conditions. Regardless of the application, every appliance we prescribe is custom-crafted just for you.

Whether we’re treating nighttime sleep grinding, a diagnosed case of obstructive sleep apnea, bite problems, or other jaw joint disorders, appliance therapy may be a valuable complement to your treatment. Our doctors use a variety of innovative designs depending on your treatment goals and preferences.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Oral appliances are used to treat sleep apnea and snoring. They work by repositioning the lower jaw and tongue to keep the airway open during sleep.

Your dentist or sleep specialist can help determine if an oral appliance is right for you. You may need a sleep study to confirm a diagnosis of sleep apnea. 

You will need a prescription from a dentist or sleep specialist to get an oral appliance. The cost can vary depending on your insurance coverage and the type of appliance needed. 

Clean your oral appliance daily with a toothbrush and mild soap or toothpaste. Store it in a dry, ventilated container when not in use. Bring it to your dental appointments for regular checkups and adjustments.