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Get The Sleep You Deserve

Welcome to our practice! We specialize in providing dental treatments for those who suffer from sleep apnea. Our team of experts is dedicated to helping you achieve a peaceful and restful night’s sleep. We understand that seeking treatment for sleep apnea can be overwhelming, but our warm and friendly approach will make you feel at ease from the moment you walk through our door. We believe in creating a comfortable and personalized experience for each of our patients, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. Thank you for choosing us, and we look forward to helping you get the good night’s sleep you deserve.

Dr James Wamsley

Meet Dr. James Walmsley

Dr. Walmsley has undergone hundreds of hours of continuing education for sleep apnea. He has completed the 3D sleep program with the esteemed Tarun Agarwal. Additionally, he is a member of the IAOS, the International Academy of Sleep, where he has spent a great deal of time with their educational courses. Dr. Walmsley is also a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

What Is Sleep Apnea

Symptoms of Sleep Apnea:

  • Waking up with a very sore and/or dry throat
  • Loud snoring
  • Occasionally waking up with a choking or gasping sensation
  • Sleepiness or lack of energy during the day
  • Sleepiness while driving
  • Morning headaches
  • Restless sleep
  • Forgetfulness, mood changes, and a decreased interest in sex

Why We Don't Use CPAP

CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure.

In theory, CPAP is a very effective treatment. In application, it is so poorly tolerated that most patients will not or cannot use it properly and therefore do not get the full benefits.

Common problems with CPAP include:

Discomfort
Skin irritation and rashes
Dry mouth and throat
Inability to sleep due to noise
Keeps bedmate awake due to noise
Interference with intimacy
Embarrassing
Very inconvenient when traveling
Requires inconvenient maintenance

Sleep Apnea Oral Appliances

We offer our patients several types of sleep apnea oral appliances. They are mandibular advancement appliances that keep your lower jaw in a forward position, ensuring your airway remains open as it should be.

The sleep apnea oral appliances we offer are nothing like the anti-snoring and sleep apnea mouthpieces you can buy over the counter. Ours are custom-made medical devices created to fit your mouth.

Our appliances are designed for comfort, so you can wear them all night long. We will help you decide which one is best for your unique needs. Both have a much higher compliance rate than CPAP.

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