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Snoring and Sleep Apnea Solutions

Sleep Apnea & Snoring Treatment

Sleep Well Charlotte NC

comprehensive clinical exam to evaluate the airway that is being compromised.


​At The Center for TMJ and Sleep Apnea, our sleep apnea solutions include oral appliance therapy and Nightlase™ laser therapy. Below, you’ll find information regarding continuous

Sleep Apnea/Snoring Links

Treatments for sleep-disordered breathing depend on whether you snore or have obstructive sleep apnea or OSA. Before initiating any medications, it’s vital to have a

positive airway pressure or CPAP. If you want to learn more about it, we’ll happily connect you with an appropriate provider.

The Oral Appliance Therapy We Offer

One of the common sleep apnea solutions is oral appliance therapy. As its name implies, it involves wearing a customized dental device that rests on your teeth. Its main purpose is to ease the lower jaw forward and stabilize it with the tongue and soft palate. Through oral appliance therapy, we’ll be able to prevent the collapse of your airway and make breathing easier while you sleep.


Our sleep apnea solutions (oral appliances) are comfortable and easy to wear. For most patients, it only takes a few days to become accustomed to wearing it.

Oral Appliance for Sleep Apnea

Treating OSA with oral appliances is non-invasive and reversible. At The Center for TMJ and Sleep Apnea, our dental devices are also small and convenient, making them easy to carry when traveling.

Oral Appliance for Sleep Apnea

The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine advises that oral appliance therapy should only be conducted by a qualified dentist. At The Center for TMJ and Sleep Apnea, our dentist is board certified in Dental Sleep Medicine. So, you can be sure that we can customize a dental device that’s perfect for you.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

CPAP is also one of the sleep apnea solutions offered by many clinics today. With CPAP, a machine is used to blow a stream of room air into your mouth and/or nose to force your airway open.


At The Center for TMJ and Sleep Apnea, we do not provide CPAP in Charlotte, NC. But as stated above, we can refer you to a clinic that does offer such a service.


For questions or clarifications about our sleep solutions (Link “sleep solutions” to or our oral appliances and laser therapy, feel free to contact us at 704-220-1930. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will be happy to assist you with your needs and answer any of your queries.

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