patient in need of sleep apnea treatment

Sleep Apnea Treatment - Cambridge, Oh

No More Restless Nights

Did You Know Your Dentist Can Help With Sleep Apnea And Snoring?


Improve Sleep & Health with Sleep Apnea Treatment

If you’ve been experiencing morning headaches, daytime fatigue, or have been told that you snore loudly, you’re experiencing the most common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. While you may feel you can live with these symptoms, seeking out our sleep apnea treatment in Cambridge, OH can do more than improve your sleep! Obstructive sleep apnea means that the tissues in your mouth are relaxed and causing an airway blockage when you’re sleeping. You’ll experience many cessations in breathing throughout the night that won’t allow you to receive the restful and rejuvenating sleep your body needs. Over time, untreated sleep apnea can lead to mood swings and depression, memory problems, chronic fatigue and low energy, cardiovascular problems, and numerous complications with systemic health.

Our dentists at Woodlawn Dental Center have additional training in sleep apnea treatment and have the knowledge and technical skills in dental sleep medicine to improve your life with personalized solutions. They’re qualified to offer Invisalign® orthodontics and oral sleep appliances to treat and resolve your sleep apnea symptoms. We’ll complete a thorough examination and if symptoms are present, we can provide a home sleep study for you. Our team also works closely with experienced sleep specialists for proper diagnosis and to get you the personalized sleep apnea treatment you need to restore quality sleep and improve your overall health.

dental patient with headache

The Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea

Restoring Proper Sleep for Better Health

Once you have been diagnosed by a sleep specialist, we can provide our personalized sleep apnea treatment for you right in our office. Our treatments include:

nightguard model

Oral Appliance

Our custom dental appliance for sleep apnea is a less invasive alternative to a CPAP machine. This appliance worn at night keeps your lower jaw in a forward position so that tissues cannot block the airway. These appliances are custom-fitted to your teeth and have been shown to improve symptoms of sleep apnea long-term.

invisalign tray


Invisalign orthodontics benefits patients whose sleep apnea symptoms are a result of tooth or jaw misalignment or problems with oral structures. Straightening teeth and increasing the space in your airway helps to improve airflow. Invisalign treatment also improves with jaw position to reduce obstruction during sleep by moving the tissues forward.

sleep apnea patient

Don’t let sleep apnea harm your health!

Reserve your consultation today.