Excessive snoring and sleep apnoea often results in a lack of sleep, both for you and anyone attempting to sleep near you. A mandibular advancement splint has helped 98% of patients achieve a better night’s sleep.
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OSA is more common in overweight men over the age of 40 years old, although women going through menopause are also known to form OSA due to the changes in hormone levels.
Excessive snoring and OSA can occur for a number of reasons, and treatment can help alleviate symptoms. Some of the benefits include:
While there is no cure for OSA, the condition can be managed. OSA is when muscles and soft tissue in the throat relax and block the airway – often for 10 seconds or more. This can result in interrupted sleep and excessive snoring.
Patients that are suitable for treatment can benefit from using a mandibular advancement splint, which works by holding the bottom jaw forward to open the airway during sleep.
As soon as the patient begins wearing the splint the effects should take place and reduce, or even completely stop, snoring by allowing the airways to open up. The treatment has a 98% success rate.
Treatment costs will vary according to your unique needs. The full pricing options will be discussed with you during your initial consultation.
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