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Sleep apnea can disrupt your overall health and day-to-day life. The good news is that there are a number of treatment options available. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy has long been an effective approach to treat sleep apnea and remains so for many today. However, there are reasons why you may be looking for an alternative. The right treatment can vary from person to person and may even involve a combination of approaches.

Here at Levata Sleep, we believe that you should understand what the different treatment options are to make the most informed decision. We offer treatments for sleep apnea that are tailored to address the underlying causes and severity of the condition. We consider numerous factors, including your medical history, sleep study results, and individual preferences, to develop a personalized treatment plan that suits your needs. Our goal is to help you manage sleep apnea symptoms, improve sleep quality, and enhance your overall health.

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Treatments for Sleep Apnea

There are various treatment options available to treat sleep apnea. What is effective for one person may not be tolerable for another, so it’s important to understand what your options are. Here at Levata Sleep, we work with you to find the right treatment plan that is tolerable, realistic, and able to treat your case of sleep apnea.

Oral Device Treatment for Sleep Apnea. 

Oral devices are an effective treatment option for sleep apnea. At Levata Sleep, we specialize in oral devices, or oral appliances, including Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs).

Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs) Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs) are a type of oral appliance commonly used to treat sleep apnea. MADs work by advancing the lower jaw forward slightly, which in turn helps to open up the airway and prevent it from collapsing during sleep. By repositioning the jaw, MADs help to improve airflow and reduce snoring and episodes of sleep apnea. MADs have been shown to be effective in reducing snoring and improving sleep apnea symptoms in many patients, particularly those with mild to moderate sleep apnea. These devices are compact and portable, making them convenient for travel. MADs are generally well-tolerated and easy to use. They do not require masks, hoses, or electricity, providing a more user-friendly experience compared to other treatments like CPAP.

Benefits of Oral Device Sleep Apnea Treatment

  • Non-Invasive: Oral devices are non-invasive and do not require surgery or any permanent alterations to the anatomy.
  • Comfortable to Wear: Oral devices are designed to be comfortable and well-tolerated during sleep. They are custom fitted to your mouth, ensuring a precise fit and minimizing discomfort.
  • Portable and Travel-Friendly: Oral devices are compact, lightweight, and easy to carry, making them convenient for travel or use outside of your home. Unlike bulky CPAP machines, oral devices allow for greater mobility and flexibility. 
  • Improved Sleep Quality: Oral devices work by repositioning the jaw and tongue to keep the airway open, promoting better airflow and reducing snoring and apnea episodes. By improving sleep quality, oral devices help you wake up feeling more refreshed and energized.
  • Enhanced Comfort for Side Sleepers: Oral devices are particularly beneficial for individuals who prefer to sleep on their sides. Unlike CPAP masks, which can be cumbersome for side sleepers, oral devices do not interfere with different sleeping positions.
  • Reduced Snoring: Along with treating sleep apnea, oral devices are effective in reducing snoring. By optimizing airflow, these devices help minimize the vibrations that cause snoring, leading to a quieter sleep environment for both you and your sleeping partner.
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Sleep Apnea Treatment at Levata Sleep

A consultation with Levata Sleep can help determine what the right treatment is for you. Our specialists understand that sleep apnea treatment isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution, so we’ll work with you to create a plan that meets your needs and can help get your sleep back to where you would like it to be. Reach out today to get started.