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Dr. Ryan Crain on sleep apnea Do you find yourself constantly feeling tired? Does your throat hurt in the morning, and do you snore at night? You might have sleep apnea, but don’t worry. Your friendly Willow Park, TX dentist here at Texas Grins can help you. With a range of effective sleep apnea treatment, we will have you back to sleeping soundly in no time.

Call us today at 817-779-7111 to schedule your sleep apnea treatment, and let top-notch Willow Park, TX dentist Dr. Crain and our expert team help you get the rest you deserve.

Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea causes you to wake up several times during the night. A blockage forms in your throat, usually from your soft tissues or tongue, and stops your breathing. So your body’s panic response jerks you awake temporarily to start your breathing again. This leads to numerous interruptions and an inability to reach that deep sleep that truly recharges your batteries.

Here are some of the sleep apnea symptoms you might be experiencing:

  • Snoring
  • Sore Throat
  • Moodiness
  • Insomnia
  • Exhaustion

Texas Grins Can Help Treat Your Sleep Apnea

Here at Texas Grins, we have fantastic sleep apnea treatment options to help you start sleeping through the night.

Custom oral appliances are mouthguards that gently position your lower jaw outward. This opens your airway and prevents the blockage from forming in your throat. You’ll avoid those sleep apnea symptoms that are stealing your rest. We make these sleep devices in-house for a comfortable fit and almost immediate relief.

Get the Rest You Deserve at Texas Grins

Call our Willow Park, TX dentist at 817-779-7111 to schedule a visit and see how Texas Grins can help you get back to sleeping the whole night through with our sleep apnea treatment. You can also use our online form.

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