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Additional Care

Sleep Apnea and Snore Guards

Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that happens when something interrupts a person’s breathing while asleep. People stop breathing periodically during the night. Sleep apnea can occur hundreds of times. Because of this constant breathing problem overnight, the brain and body are not getting enough oxygen. That lack of oxygen and regular sleep interruptions can lead to many health problems.
Snore Guards
Snore guards, also known as mandibular advancement devices, treat snoring by preventing the tongue from moving back into the mouth and jaw and relaxing too far. This treatment can also help treat sleep apnea because it keeps the jaw stable to support the body’s breathing mechanisms.

Sedation Dentistry

Everyone experiences fear at some point in their lives. There are some fears for which avoidance is a perfectly reasonable reaction. But there are specific fears for which avoidance can lead to a decrease in quality of life, or even worse, can endanger your health.

TMJ Treatment

There is no single course of treatment for TMJ disorders. It depends entirely on the patient. In many cases, we can carry out the treatment plan in our office using oral appliances and restorative dental techniques to normalize your bite. Our dentists also work with patients of other dentists to coordinate TMJ treatment plans. If you see another dentist and want a second opinion on your TMJ Disorder, please call our office for a consultation. Our dentists at Edmonton West Dental will perform a comprehensive evaluation to identify signs of instability in your jaw joints, soft tissue and muscles.
signs you might TMJ disorder

Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is when the jawbone is built up to accommodate a dental implant or other restorative devices. It is a standard procedure that is used frequently for dental implants and other periodontal procedures. This process includes removing healthy bone from another part of your jaw or another part of your body and transplanting it to your jawbone. In some cases, an artificial bone is used to regenerate a healthy jawbone. Bone grafting is an excellent solution to help restore severely damaged jawbone in patients with periodontal disease. To learn more about the procedure and restoring your oral health contact or visit Edmonton West Dental today.
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