Silence the Snore By Nancy Tobin DDS

added on: September 7, 2012

Do you snore at night? Is your sleep disrupted? Are you keeping your partner awake?

Snoring occurs when the muscles of the mouth and throat relax during sleep, allowing the tongue to drop back toward the throat. Air is forced through a much smaller opening in the throat than during waking hours; this causes it to vibrate and produce the snoring sound.

If you’re tired of losing sleep and being tired all day, consider snore therapy available at my Garden City dental practice.

One of the most effective snore therapies is a comfortable, adjustable, custom-made appliance that gently holds the tongue and lower jaw forward to keep the airway open during sleep.

If you’re ready to silence the snore, call my Garden City dentist office today.

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