Snoring can be a warning sign for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious medical condition that affects an estimated 18 million Americans. Your highly-trained dentist in Muncie has the specialized training and expertise to help improve the lives of individuals who have OSA and to put the snoring issues to rest.
Some view their snoring as nothing more than a harmless bother affecting themselves, and those subjected to their incessant nasal drone. Yet health dangers related to OSA include severe daytime sleepiness, an increased risk of high blood pressure, and higher rates of heart attack and stroke.
Many find the commonly prescribed CPAP machine with its mask difficult to tolerate. If you concur with these sentiments, you’ll be thrilled to discover that Dr. Pyle offers a less cumbersome, highly effective option for patients with snoring and sleep apnea issues—SomnoDent® therapy. This state-of-the-art, FDA approved, and clinically proven medical oral appliance therapy is quickly becoming the gold standard for obstructive sleep apnea.
As one of only 14 dentists in the entire country to meet the criteria in education and experience, having received the prestigious designation of being an Elite SomCenter, Dr. Pyle is capable of providing sleep apnea relief that’s well beyond the abilities of other dentists. We want the community to understand more about how our advanced training and expertise in the area of dental sleep medicine, and treating OSA can put the “quality” back in their lives.
Please join Dr. Pyle and his dental sleep medicine team at our open house this Thursday, August 30th from 9 am to 4 pm at University Dental, 800 W. University Ave, Muncie, IN. Refreshments and complimentary sleep apnea assessments will be provided compliments of your elite dentist in Muncie. For questions, call (765) 358-7763.
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