Sleep Apnea - Berlin, CT & Cromwell, CT

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When Snoring is a Sign of Something More

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, Dr. Mike Maroon can help. He is credentialed by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine for his knowledge and understanding of this medical condition. Depending on your specific case, he may recommend the SomnoDent or The Moses oral appliance to treat your sleep apnea. They work similar to bite guards, but are designed to keep the airway open while you sleep to prevent it from collapsing, allowing you to get a full night’s sleep. Unlike CPAP machines, these appliances are minimally invasive, easily portable and quiet. If you have been putting off receiving care for sleep apnea, put your trust in our experienced team to improve your health and rest.

Sleep Apnea

“About 80% of the people who are told that they have sleep apnea can successfully treat sleep apnea with a simple dental appliance.”
Doctor Mike Maroon

An Often Overlooked Medical Condition

Sleep Apnea
What Is Sleep Apnea?

It is estimated that around 50 million Americans have sleep apnea, yet many are unaware they have it. Sleep apnea may cause you to wake up as many as hundreds of times throughout the night without you even knowing it, causing the drowsy feeling you struggle with during the day. Over time, this lack of proper sleep can cause serious medical issues or hallucinations or the inability to stay awake. You may be at a higher risk of sleep apnea if you can associate with any of these risk factors:

  • Obesity
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Smoker
  • Family History

Treatment Options

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, Dr. Mike Maroon can help. He is credentialed by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine for his knowledge and understanding of this medical condition. Depending on your specific case, he may recommend the SomnoDent or The Moses oral appliance to treat your sleep apnea. They work similar to bite guards, but are designed to keep the airway open while you sleep to prevent it from collapsing, allowing you to get a full night’s sleep. Unlike CPAP machines, these appliances are minimally invasive, easily portable and quiet. If you have been putting off receiving care for sleep apnea, put your trust in our experienced team to improve your health and rest.

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Tips For CPAP

Get treatment today to sleep better tonight. Contact our office to schedule your sleep apnea consultation to learn more.

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