Sleep Disorder Dentistry

OSA or Obstructive Sleep Apnea is the most common form of sleep apnea. OSA happens when there are multiple episodes of blockage in the upper airway during sleep.

“What does dentistry have to do with sleep disorders?” you might be asking. More than you would think. Among other things a small or receding lower jaw may cause OSA.

If you’re snoring, waking up tired, or finding yourself excessively sleepy throughout the day, you may be suffering from sleep apnea. We offer several solutions as well as easy in-home testing options.

Easy Diagnosis with Medibyte®

Medibyte® by Braebon is an easy to use home diagnostic device for sleep apnea. It allows you to perform a sleep study at home rather than having to spend a night in an uncomfortable clinical setting. The device is ready to go before the patient gets it, so you never have to worry about calibration or set up. It’s a simple strap around the chest, an airflow sensor, and you’re off to bed for testing.

For more information on an apnea test, call us today at 724-836-4433!


MicrO2™ is an oral airway dilator. Durable, comfortable, and effective, MicrO2 allows us to treat OSA without costly and painful somnoplasty. MicrO2 is non-intrusive even compared to CPAP.

A simple mouthpiece keeps your mandible from falling backwards and blocking your airway – and it’s fully adjustable bilaterally, so you’ll always be able to sleep comfortably. Unlike a CPAP machine, there is no lingual impingement with MicrO2 (it doesn't mess with your tongue) and it may help even in severe cases!

Keep Your Spouse Sleeping Sound with Snore Guard®

Snore Guard® is clinically proven to help eliminate snoring. The ergonomic mouthpiece design sets your jaw in a comfortable forward position to help keep your airway free and clear.

For more information on Snore Guard or any of our other sleep disorder dentistry products and services, call us at 724-836-4433 or try our easy to use contact form today!