What is Oral Appliance Therapy?

These devices are custom fitted by dentists with special expertise and training in treating sleep apnea. They fit in the mouth, similar to a retainer or mouth guard. They open your airway by moving your lower jaw and tongue forward while you sleep. They are small, comfortable and effective. treatment method over a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) mask that forces air into the airway to keep it open.
If you are experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea, call our office to schedule an evaluation. We can offer you effective treatment to eliminate your symptoms and reduce the health risks that have been linked to sleep apnea.
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Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy

Who Benefits From
Oral Appliance Therapy?

Your Bed Partner

While the primary goal of oral devices is to improve the sleep and health of the person wearing them, there are several indirect benefits for bed partners as well. With less snoring noise, bed partners are less likely to experience sleep disruptions, leading to improved sleep quality and duration.

Enhanced intimacy: The reduction in snoring noise and sleep disruptions can promote a more peaceful and comfortable sleeping environment, which may contribute to improved intimacy between partners who may have previously resorted to sleeping in separate rooms due to the snoring.

Better overall relationship: Reduced sleep disruptions and the resulting decrease in irritability and frustration can create a more positive atmosphere within the relationship.

Enhanced compliance: The use of oral devices can sometimes be a more convenient and comfortable alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, which may increase the likelihood that the person with snoring or sleep apnea will consistently use their treatment. When the snorer uses the device regularly, it benefits both their health and their bed partner's sleep.



Does your bed partner complain about your snoring? Snoring can cause serious issues in your relationship. Revive your relationship and give your health a boost by using Oral Appliance Therapy with Arora.
Snoring occurs when the muscles in your soft palate, tongue and throat relax during sleep to the point where they partially block your airway and vibrate as you breathe. Most people snore occasionally. For some, it can be disruptive to them and their partner’s sleep and lead to issues while awake.

Symptoms to look out for:

Sleep Apnea

Daytime drowsiness can affect your performance at work, make you moody and irritable, and can even be hazardous . To eliminate excess sleepiness during the day, contact our office for a sleep evaluation and start treatment today!
Not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, but most sleep apnea sufferers snore loudly and don’t get restful sleep. Sleep apnea is a disorder where breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep. This can lead to further health complications if untreated – not to mention fatigue in those with sleep apnea and their bed partners.

Symptoms to look out for:


Take The Sleep Apnea Risk Quiz

Are you getting the quality sleep you deserve? Take this quick 4-question sleep quiz to assess if you’re a candidate for our sleep device. Once you’ve answered these questions, we’ll provide you with your results. Let’s find out how well you’re currently sleeping!