Snoring isn’t just a common annoyance during the night. It can also indicate a more serious condition known as sleep apnea. Luckily, we can treat your sleep apnea at our office.
We’ll diagnose your condition with the help of a sleep doctor, then we’ll create a custom oral appliance that will keep your airways open while you sleep. Wondering how it works? Let Dr. Pierce tell you:
While snoring doesn’t always mean sleep apnea, it’s still important to determine if that’s the case. If you also notice other symptoms such as waking up gasping for air during the night, daytime fatigue, morning headaches, or dry mouth, it’s time to get help.