Snoring Devices

An anatomical constriction of the airways that results in sleep disturbance through multiple ‘wakeful’ episodes during the night.

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnoea? (OSA)

Snoring, Obstructive Sleep Apnoea and Dental therapy

OSA is an anatomical constriction of the airways that results in sleep disturbance through multiple ‘wakeful’ episodes during the night. The airway is cut off due to the lower jaw relaxing backwards allowing the tongue and soft tissues to close over the windpipe.

The body recognises this lack of oxygen and sends a jolt of adrenaline and other hormones through the body to wake you up! This places a massive strain on the heart and other body systems and can lead to several negative long term health effects.

The signs and symptoms are commonly, but not exclusively:

  • Snoring

  • Spouse recognises not breathing!

  • Choking

  • Frequent bathroom breaks at night

  • Sleepiness during the day

  • Lack of energy and falling asleep at work

  • Poor concentration and memory

  • Grinding and wear of teeth, increased decay rate and cracked teeth

What we do to help

As dentists we often diagnose many medical conditions before the GP does because part of our checkup includes managing the airway.

If we suspect OSA, or even are looking for a solution to snoring, we can coordinate a treatment plan for you that might entail:

Referal to an Ear Nose and Throat specialist
Sleep studies

Provision of a Mandibular Advancement Splint

We choose to use SomnoMed splints due to their excellent reputation, function and because they are made in Australia.

Pymble Dental offer payment plan solutions to suit all of our patients

We like to make going to the dentist as stress free and comfortable as possible and that’s why we chose three different payment plan options which are easy to navigate and provide ongoing support and options which allow our patients to make the right decision for them.

  • General Dentistry
  • Crowns & Veneers
  • Implants & Perio
  • Orthodontics
  • Snoring & Sleep Apnea
  • Facial Aesthetics

How do I organise a payment plan?

Four Easy Steps

Your dentist provides you with a treatment plan and you enquire about our payment plan solutions
You meet with our practice representative following your appt or at another time that suits you to run through the options we provide
We set up your payment plan on the spot – we offer options with no credit checks or detailed financial information required
You can begin your treatment immediately! Simple, no hassle, no fuss.

Your dentist provides you with a treatment plan and you enquire about our payment plan solutions

You meet with our practice representative following your appt or at another time that suits you to run through the options we provide

We set up your payment plan on the spot – we offer options with no credit checks or detailed financial information required

You can begin your treatment immediately! Simple, no hassle, no fuss.

“Don’t delay and ask about our payment plan solutions today”

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