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Sleep Apnea and Snoring: 

Do you or a loved one snore at night? Do you wake up fatigued or tired throughout the day? Do you suffer from migraines or headaches? You may have a treatable condition called Sleep Apnea. 

Sleep Apnea is a life threatening condition that inhibits your ability to breathe when you sleep. It could be the underlying cause of many symptoms such as allergies, ADHD, very high or very low blood pressure,  grinding or clenching at night, and acid reflux. Sleep apnea is also the cause of many tragic accidents caused by falling asleep at the wheel. 

Why does a dentist care about sleep apnea? It is a life threatening condition that we can help treat! First, we will work with our top team of sleep doctors to assess you for sleep apnea with a sleep study. Some types of sleep apnea can be treated with a device that a dentist can provide. It is also a great alternative for patients who cannot tolerate the CPAP machine. Take a look at our videos below for more information. 

Yasmin Chebbi, DMD and her mentors have treated hundreds of cases and improved the lives of many patients. We work with the top sleep and pain specialists in the Boston area to get you healthy. Snoring is not cute and treating it could save your life! Start breathing better and having the best sleep of your life. Take our sleep quiz here!

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Mandibular Re-positioning Device

TMD, Jaw Pain, and Headaches:

Do you suffer from jaw pain or a locked jaw? Do you grind your teeth at night? Do you have headaches, ear pain, or facial pain?

Temporo Mandibular Disorders (TMD) commonly called TMJ disorders, refers to problems and/or pain in the joints or muscles of the jaw. In many cases, people suffering with TMD/TMJ disorders complain of headaches, pain in their neck, face and ear, difficulty chewing and grinding their teeth.

Many patients are not diagnosed correctly. If you have visited a dentist for TMD and are still suffering from jaw pain after using a night guard, we may be able to help!

We can help with a combination of custom designed splints, medications and physical therapy to treat orofacial pain. Our optimal goal is non-surgical treatment, with reduction in pain and return to normal function.

Understanding TMD

Anterior Bite Plane

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