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Anti-Snoring Devices for Sleep Apnea Available in High River

High River Denture & Implant Clinic is now providing SomnoDent® Anti-Snoring and Sleep Apnea devices. 


Restful nights = refreshing days!


Worn during sleep, our anti-snoring devices fit over the upper and lower teeth. Each device slightly moves the lower jaw forward, helping to keep the airway open and allowing you to breathe normally.


The device is customized to you and offers superior comfort and quality. 91% of patients reported improvement in sleep quality while wearing SomnoDent.

SomnoDent product in patient's mouth

SomnoDent devices are:

EXCEPTIONALLY COMFORTABLE

  • Custom fit for your mouth
  • Allow for speech and drinking
  • Easily adjusted
  • Full lip seal
  • Discreet and silent
  • Unique soft inner liner available


HIGH QUALITY

  • Customized using the highest quality acrylic which does not discolour or attract odours


CLINICALLY PROVEN

  • 9 out of 10 patients reported improvement in sleep quality with SomnoDent


COVERED BY MEDICAL INSURANCE

  • Because OSA is a medical condition, you may be covered by medical insurance. Must be preauthorized prior to provision of service.

4 Steps to Anti-Snoring:

  1. INITIAL VISIT – Thoroughly examine your teeth and mouth to confirm your oral health status, as well as ensure that you are dentally appropriate for the device. Predetermine with insurance carrier for coverage. 
  2. IMPRESSIONS AND BITE REGISTRATION –Taken at second appointment.
  3. DELIVERY APPOINTMENT – Your custom-made device will be placed and checked for fit. The denturist will also instruct you on how to insert and remove it yourself, including how to clean and care for your device.
  4. CALIBRATION VISITS – The purpose of these visits is to determine the optimal position of the device.
Did you know? Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) patients are at higher risk for other serious health complications

Defining OSA

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious health condition.


OSA is a chronic medical condition that can affect your sleep, health and quality of life. It has been linked to hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, work and driving related accidents and stroke.


It can have a significant impact on quality of life, placing unnecessary strain on relationships between bed partners, family and in the workplace.


If you or a loved one have OSA or display symptoms such as snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness or pauses in breathing while sleeping, treatment is essential.

Airway

What Causes OSA?

During sleep, muscles relax, including those that control the tongue and throat. The soft tissue at the back of your throat can sag, narrowing and constricting the airway.


If you think you may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea you need to consult your medical doctor and request that you be referred for a sleep assessment. Once that has been determined and you have a prescription you can proceed with the course of treatment. 


Costs can vary for the various oral appliances for Anti-Snoring and Sleep Apnea but financing is available. Improve your quality of life for as little as $2/day. Contact High River Denture & Implant Clinic today to learn more about our anti-snoring products available in High River and Claresholm.

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