Snoring & Apnea

Snoring can be a huge burden on your quality of life. Aside from the associated health aspects, snoring not only affects you but those around you. Oral Sleep Appliances are dental apparatuses that are worn during sleep in order to help manipulate the positioning of the jaw and other tissue(s) within the mouth. By altering the positioning of this tissue, we are able to help open the airways during the night – alleviating the obstruction that prevents proper breathing as a result of sleep apnea. Once the airways are opened and breathing is restored to normal, you will no longer snore or have trouble breathing – helping out with both your physical health and the health of your relationships!

Two Types of Snoring & Sleep Apnea Patients

At Strong Denture & Snoring, we see two types of Snoring and Sleep Apnea patients. You either have been diagnosed with snoring or sleep apnea or believe you might be snoring and possibly might have other symptoms to indicate Sleep Apnea.

Strong Denture & Snoring’s simple 3 step process:

  • 1

    Have You Been Diagnosed?

    If you have already been diagnosed refer to step 2! If you are unsure whether or not you have sleep apnea complete the 2 minute STOP BANG questionnaire.

  • 2

    Free Consultation

    If you have been diagnosed but untreated, or even treated but are unhappy with your CPAP machine. Contact us today and schedule your FREE consultation.

  • 3

    Submit Your Forms Online

    Once you have your free consultation scheduled, fill out the forms online using the button below to speed up the process and help us better serve you!

Our Snoring & Sleep Apnea Devices

O2VENT®

The O2Vent® airway channel has been incorporated into each device that enables unobstructed air to flow through the device to the back of the throat, bypassing common sites of obstruction such as the nose, tongue and soft palate.

SUAD™

The SUAD™ family of premium oral sleep appliances are used in the effective treatment of sleep-disordered breathing. Developed by Strong Dental, appliances are FDA cleared for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and are clinically proven and safe.

The SUAD™ family of premium oral sleep appliances are used in the effective treatment of sleep-disordered breathing. Developed by Strong Dental, appliances are FDA cleared for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and are clinically proven and safe. The appliances function by comfortably positioning your lower jaw forward thus clearing the obstructed airway and allowing for relaxation of the tissues situated at the back of your throat. The appliance ensures that the base of your tongue does not collapse and block your airway. All SUAD™ appliances are custom designed for each individual patient and provide you with a safe and soundless sleep.

SUAD™ appliances are designed to withstand grinding of the teeth using specially engineered metal substructures. All our appliances, in addition to being custom designed, are also easily adjustable truly providing you with the most effective and comfortable experience possible. Quality and meeting the needs of each and every one of our patients is our top priority. We hope you make the decision to use our appliances.

Why Choose Strong Denture & Snoring?

Our sleep devices have been developed with the needs of actual patients in mind. Your needs have been kept in mind as we’ve been developing these products.

  • We care and are committed to making your smile very beautiful
  • Offer in-house payment options to fit your budget
  • We know dealing with sleep apnea may be difficult for some, that is why we work hard to make sure your experience is as enjoyable as possible
  • You aren’t just a patient to us. We take an interest in you and your oral health needs

1. Do I need a referral?

You do NOT need a referral to come see us at The Strong Clinic. You can even schedule your FREE consultation here.

2. What if I wear denture or a night guard?

If you currently have dentures you must have at least 2-4 sound lower teeth, no upper teeth are required. As for the night guard, your sleep appliance will actually replace the night guard as well.

3. Will my insurance cover this?

Depending on your coverage plan, since it is a medical problem, not a dental issue, your insurance company may cover your appliance. Feel free to call Lisa, our insurance expert, at Leamington: (519) 322-1377, Tecumseh: (519) 979-0070

4. Is it safe for my teeth?

We adjust your lower jaw and thus do not move or break any of your teeth. Our sleep medical devices are designed as the safest appliances available.

5. Where are you located?

With 2 locations in Tecumseh and Leamington, Strong Denture & Snoring can service all your Snoring and Apnea needs across the Windsor-Essex Region.

6. Is there any warranty on the device?

We stand behind our word when we say it has the lowest breakage rate in the industry and therefor provide a 3 year warranty on all devices.

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