Open your airway and improve your quality of sleep

If you snore while you sleep, chances are good that an obstructed airway is the primary culprit. Virtually every anatomic structure we can see inside your mouth has an impact on your airway and could be causing you to breathe through your mouth.

Dr. Brusky uses a new protocol that features a scientifically tested, six-step approach that helps patients who snore sleep more soundly. A baseline test using sleep monitors provides a starting point in measuring progress. While not as detailed as a medical sleep study, the monitors nonetheless are helpful in determining whether breathing problems could be the root cause of your sleep issues.

The protocol focuses on using an individually fitted temporary oral appliance that is comfortable to wear and allows for more restful sleep. Patients test a variety of temporary appliances before settling on the best choice. The ability to test appliances provides cost savings compared to buying what could be a poorly fitting or ineffective option, and then having to re-invest in an alternate choice.