Premium Mouthguards and Anti-snoring Appliances in Leduc and Devon
Leduc Denture Clinic offers a collection of premium mouthguards and anti-snoring appliances in Leduc that fit comfortably over your upper and lower teeth. If you require a sports mouth guard we can provide a custom fit, quality mouth guard to protect your teeth against accidental damage. Sports mouth guards are effective in protection against concussions in certain circumstances as well. These are comfortable to wear and simple to maintain. If you GRIND OR CLENCH your teeth you may be in need of an occlusal splint. This can protect your teeth from excessive wear and your jaws and face from muscle pain associated with this habit. It often occurs at night when you are sleeping. A custom fit appliance can help you alleviate many of the symptoms associated with this. Do you or someone you know have issues with snoring? We can provide a variety of custom made oral appliances that can reduce or eliminate the annoying and harmful side effects of snoring.
Mouth guards, Occlusal splints and Anti-snoring Appliance Features Include:
If you require any of these appliances to help you in your individual situation, contact the denturists at Leduc Denture Clinic.
How Can We Help You With Protecting Your Smile?
When you choose Leduc Denture Clinic, our denturists will help you in the following manner:
What Is OSA?
OSA or Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a chronic medical condition that can affect the quality of life, health and sleep. Hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, injuries associated with work and driving, and stroke can be some of the underlying causes of OSA.
It can significantly affect the quality of life and cause strain to relationships at home or workplace. Treatment is necessary if you or a loved one has OSA or shows signs such as snoring, prolonged daytime sleepiness or breathing delays while sleeping.
What Leads to OSA?
Muscles relax during sleep, including those which control the tongue and throat. At the back of your throat, the soft tissue can sag, narrowing and constricting the airway. You need to consult your physician and ask for a sleep assessment. Once OSA has been determined, and you have a prescription from your doctor, the course of treatment will begin at Leduc Denture Clinic.