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Sleep Apnea Therapy – Mangum, OK

Wake Up Feeling Great Again

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Are your days filled with constant exhaustion and you just can’t seem to get enough sleep? Has a bed partner complained about your constant, loud snoring? If so, these are both major signs that you might be suffering from sleep apnea. At 333 Dental Care, Dr. Lively can help patients overcome this serious condition with the help of a custom-made oral appliance. This simple but effective solution could be all you need to start feeling like yourself again.

Why Choose Us for Sleep Apnea Therapy?

  • Custom-made sleep appliances
  • Able to stop snoring the very first night
  • Proven alternative to CPAP therapy

What is Sleep Apnea?

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Sleep apnea is a condition where a person frequently and temporarily stops breathing while they sleep. For most, this is because the tissues in their mouth and throat are blocking and cutting off their airway, which is called obstructive sleep apnea. Right now, OSA is the second most common sleep disorder in the world, but its numbers are growing rapidly each year.

How We Can Help

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For a patient dealing with sleep apnea, Dr. Lively can design an oral appliance for them to wear to bed, which will somewhat resemble a sports mouthguard. In the mouth, it slightly shifts the lower jaw forward, which will prevent the airway from becoming obstructed during the night. As a result, a patient will be able to breathe normally, get the uninterrupted rest they need, and not feel exhausted the next day. Plus, this kind of appliance can even be used to help someone stop snoring as well. They are always custom-made by Dr. Lively based on an impression of a patient’s bite in order to ensure both a comfortable fit as well as an effective treatment process.

How to Get Started

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Whether you think that you might have sleep apnea or have already been diagnosed, Dr. Lively can help you, and all you need to do is schedule a consultation. He’ll give you a brief exam, discuss your treatment options, and if needed, he can help you undergo a sleep study as well.

Snoring? Feeling Sluggish? Brain Fog?

You may have sleep apnea. We can help.