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A Better Way to Treat Sleep Apnea & Snoring

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We take the discomfort out of CPAP sleep apnea treatments.

At Sleep Better Great Lakes, we are passionate about replacing outdated CPAP technology with a high quality sleep apnea mouth guard that works. Our device is designed for your mouth, unlike umbersome CPAP machines that cover your mouth with a mask. Enjoy comfortable, healthy, and medically safe sleep with our dental appliance therapy for your sleep apnea.

Dr. Recommended Technology

If you are one of 40 million Americans suffering from sleep apnea and sleep-related issues, then our dental appliance could be a good fit. We have designed our device to uniquely fit your mouth and jaw to ensure you get a restful night’s sleep without the pain and discomfort of CPAP machines.

How It Works

We use Oral Appliance Therapy to treat your sleep apnea via customized and fitted dental appliances. These appliances increase airflow. We use these devices to reposition your jaw, moving it forward, and then lifting the palate, which provides the tongue with more space. In addition, we also use a variety of other appliances to prevent sleep disorders from harming your health, sleep, and happiness.

Most Insurances Accepted

Our oral appliances are covered by most insurance providers. That means you’ll likely have very little upfront costs to get started. When your sleep and health are on the line, nothing should come between you and the solution. Contact us to see if your insurance is accepted.

More Comfortable Than CPAP

 If you are fed up with the straps, masks, and tubes that come with a CPAP then consider dental appliance therapy. The solutions to your sleep apnea, snoring, and sleep disorders could lie in our clinic. Don’t suffer from uncomfortable CPAP therapy. Consider an alternative.

Set Up An Appointment

 Contact our team today to set up your appointment at Sleep Better Great Lakes. A better night’s rest is waiting for you.

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