You’ve probably already heard about the effects sleep apnea can have on your health, like weight gain and cardiovascular disease. And you’ve probably already seen the device that’s typically used to treat sleep apnea – the CPAP.

 

Getting treatment for sleep apnea is crucial, but the CPAP machine has a poor track record of compliance with over 50% of patients not using them after 12 months.

 

Now There’s a Better Choice

 

We have extensive training in screening, testing, and treating sleep apnea, making us experts in the latest breakthrough device. We will make a customized, state of the art dental device for you that is more comfortable than a CPAP and is effective in treating sleep apnea.  We will work directly with your doctor to provide a comprehensive solution to your sleep apnea.

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Which one would you choose?

 

CPAP machines are loud, hard to transport and require maintenance and supplies – making them difficult to use for many people.

 

The custom dental device, that fits comfortably in your mouth, gently opens the airway and prevents it from collapsing while you sleep. This reduces the snoring and the severity of sleep apnea symptoms.

A HEALTHY NIGHT SLEEP IS A GOOD NIGHT SLEEP!

 

If you are interested in exploring a dental sleep apnea solution, call us today at 704-619-7016 or use the contact form on this page to set up a no-obligation consultation.

Who is smile charlotte?

  • We have 30+ years experience in providing the best comprehensive diagnosis and dentistry in the Charlotte area.
  • Dr. Menaker and Dr. Rodney have advanced training and follow guidelines established by the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine, specifically to help patients with sleep apnea.
  • Comprehensive services & friendly staff! Plus, state-of-the-art technology.
  • We will work with your medical insurance plan to get you the best coverage possible and assist with filing your claims.
  • We offer zero and low interest financing through Care Credit and discounted cash fees.
  • We will work closely with your medical doctors, including your primary care or sleep physician, as partners in your care.