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Sleep dentistry in Ryde

Sleep plays a significant role in almost every system of the body. If you do not get sufficient sleep then this causes risk in all of these systems. Common symptoms of insufficient sleep include fatigue, impaired concentration, anxiety, depression, weight gain and increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and even cancer. If you are affected by breathing difficulties at night such as snoring or obstructive sleep apnoea then it is important that you speak to our dentist and find out about sleep dentistry Ryde.

Sleep disturbances

Snoring is quite common however for some people it can be a chronic condition. It can disturb your sleep patterns, affect the quality of your sleep and also have an impact on your partner.

Obstructive sleep apnoea is disrupted breathing due to a narrowing of the upper respiratory system which can also lead to interrupted or low quality sleep.

Sleep dentistry

Thanks to advances in dental technology there are a range of oral devices designed to address breathing problems such as snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea to help you enjoy a better night's sleep.

The aim of these devices is to prevent your lower jaw from dropping backwards whilst you sleep enabling your airways to remain fully open. This helps you breathe comfortably and reduces or stops snoring. There are different types of devices, to be worn whilst you sleep at night and our dentist will help you select which is the most suitable for you. The mouthpiece is individually designed and manufactured using impressions of your mouth so that it fits with accuracy and precision . This ensures that the mouthpiece is effective and also comfortable to wear. With better sleep you will see an improvement in your overall health and well-being so speak to our dentist here at Spa Dental Ryde sooner rather than later and find out more about sleep dentistry and how it can change your quality of life by enjoying a better night's sleep.

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