You could be dealing with the effects of sleep apnea and not even know it. Experts estimate that approximately 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea and about 80 percent of these cases are undiagnosed. If you snore loudly, wake up feeling groggy, or have trouble concentrating at work, come see the experts at Groth Dental. We can help with your Bingham Farms sleep apnea using a simple oral appliance. Our treatment can allow you to:
- Sleep more soundly through the night
- Reduce or entirely eliminate your snoring
- Feel better when you wake up
- Be more alert and productive during your workday
- Reduce your risk of heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and other serious problems
Get the sleep your body needs to function properly. Call Groth Dental today at 248-965-4108 to schedule a sleep apnea consultation. You’ll find our friendly office on Telegraph Road, between 13 Mile Road and West 14 Mile Road.
Sleep Better & Enjoy Better Health
Groth Dental not only provides great general dental care, we can also successfully treat your sleep apnea. We’ll make a custom mouthguard that will rest comfortably in your mouth while you sleep, exerting gentle pressure on your lower jaw to keep your airway open.
You’ll breathe easier, rest better, feel better, and improve your long-term health all at the same time. Plus, you’ll snore less, as snoring results from air passing across the soft tissues in the back of your throat. A more open airway means better airflow and less snoring (or no snoring at all).
Reduce Health Complications From Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common type of sleep apnea. It occurs when the tongue and other tissues in the back of your throat relax and block your airway during sleep. OSA is a serious disease, as it can cause you both immediate problems with grogginess and irritability, as well as long-term problems related to strokes, heart attacks, high blood pressure, diabetes, and depression.
If you think you could be suffering from sleep apnea in Bingham Farms, call Groth Dental today: 248-965-4108. Your dentist can give you a sleep apnea screening and make recommendations for treatment. Better sleep is on the horizon!