Sleep apnea and sleep obstructive breathing are serious conditions that can disrupt your sleep and have a detrimental impact on your health. These conditions occur when the airway becomes partially or completely blocked during sleep, leading to frequent pauses in breathing and shallow breathing patterns. Fortunately, our airway therapy in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, provide the necessary treatment to address these issues using Vivos® oral appliances.
The Role of Vivos Oral Appliances
Vivos oral appliances are an innovative and non-invasive solution for airway therapy. These custom-made devices are designed to gently reposition the jaw, tongue and soft tissues, thereby expanding the airway and improving airflow during sleep. By targeting the root causes of sleep apnea and sleep obstructive breathing, Vivos oral appliances offer a long-term solution to these conditions.
These appliances provide numerous benefits for individuals suffering from sleep disorders. Firstly, they are comfortable and easy to wear, ensuring that you can sleep peacefully throughout the night. Secondly, they are adjustable, allowing for personalized treatment and optimal results.
The Vivos Approach
The Vivos approach to airway therapy is comprehensive and patient centered. It involves a thorough evaluation of your airway and oral structures by Dr. Stephen M. Taylor, Dr. Jim O. Taylor or Dr. William Reed, followed by the creation of a customized treatment plan. Vivos oral appliances are used in conjunction with other therapies, such as myofunctional exercises, to address underlying issues and enhance the effectiveness of treatment.
If you are struggling with sleep apnea or sleep obstructive breathing, come visit our dentists at Taylor Dental & Implant Center to discuss treatment. With our ability to improve airway function and promote restful sleep, we can help you regain control of your health and well-being. Call us at 405-722-4400 to schedule your visit today, and see if our Vivos oral appliances for sleep apnea and sleep obstructive breathing treatment in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is right for you.