Sleep Apnea Treatment in Fort Collins, Colorado

Did you know that a specially trained dentist can help treat your sleep apnea and snoring? Fortunately, our own Mesa Roth, D.D.S, has earned this important credential. What’s more, she is passionate about helping patients get relief from the often serious symptoms of sleep apnea and snoring.

Qualified Sleep Dentist in Fort Collins, Colorado

As a Qualified Sleep Dentist in our Fort Collins office, Dr. Mesa Roth has completed professional training at the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. This means Dr. Roth has the expertise in oral appliance therapy to treat sleep apnea and snoring symptoms. Plus, as a caring and dedicated dentist, she will provide education, insight, and guidance throughout the process.

Your Dentist Can Help Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Our Alpine Dental Health dentists are like great detectives. That means they’re always looking for clues to catch any problems early on, before they become harder to treat. And not just for your oral health, but your overall health as well. This so-called comprehensive dentistry is the core of what we do. In other words, our dentists care about the whole person, not just the mouth.

Sleep apnea and snoring are often related to tooth grinding and other symptoms our dentists screen for during regular hygiene exams. Therefore, it’s no surprise that our dentists are often the first ones to spot problems like sleep apnea.

To sum up, always talk to your dentist about any sleep concerns!

Oral Appliance to Treat Sleep Apnea

Next, let’s look at the actual dental device used to treat apnea and snoring. Worn in your mouth during sleep, this oral appliance helps keep your airway open so you can breathe freely. By addressing apnea symptoms, the device helps patients get the rest they need for health and vitality.

A dentist with special expertise in treating sleep apnea and snoring, also known as a Qualified Sleep Dentist, can design and fit the appliance for you. Importantly, don’t confuse this custom device with a standard mouth guard, snore guard, or retainer.

An oral appliance for sleep apnea can have many benefits, including:

  • easy to use
  • requires little maintenance
  • offers quick and lasting symptom relief
  • FDA-cleared treatment

Call (970) 484-5297 today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Mesa Roth, Qualified Sleep Dentist, at Alpine Dental Health in Fort Collins, Colorado.