Discover a Long-Term Solution for Better Sleep

Say goodbye to sleepless nights caused by abnormal snoring habits and sleep disordered breathing. Our innovative approach offers a comfortable and effective alternative to CPAP machines and surgical implants. Get the restful sleep you deserve and breathe new life into your days with the Vivos dental device. Ask us about the Vivos Method today!

Discover a Long-Term Solution for Better Sleep

Say goodbye to sleepless nights caused by abnormal snoring habits and sleep disordered breathing. Our innovative approach offers a comfortable and effective alternative to CPAP machines and surgical implants. Get the restful sleep you deserve and breathe new life into your days with the Vivos dental device. Ask us about the Vivos Method today!

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Improve Your Breathing. Enhance Your Sleep. Elevate Your Well-Being.

Persistent snoring is more than just an annoyance for your sleeping partner, it could be a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. Sleep Disordered Breathing, characterized by frequent pauses in breathing during sleep, can lead to exhaustion, insomnia, irritability, and even long-term health problems. Don’t ignore the warning signs. Take action for better sleep and better health.

If snoring has become a problem for you or your loved ones, please schedule an appointment at our sleep apnea clinic in Houston. Our sleep apnea dentists will perform a thorough assessment to determine if you truly have sleep apnea and provide highly personalized sleep apnea treatments in Houston. We may also offer a customized sleep apnea oral appliance that can prevent you from snoring and allow you (and your sleep partner) a good night’s sleep.

Improve Your Breathing. Enhance Your Sleep. Elevate Your Well-Being.

Persistent snoring is more than just an annoyance for your sleeping partner, it could be a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. Sleep Disordered Breathing, characterized by frequent pauses in breathing during sleep, can lead to exhaustion, insomnia, irritability, and even long-term health problems. Don’t ignore the warning signs. Take action for better sleep and better health.

If snoring has become a problem for you or your loved ones, please schedule an appointment at our sleep apnea clinic in Houston. Our sleep apnea dentists will perform a thorough assessment to determine if you truly have sleep apnea and provide highly personalized sleep apnea treatments in Houston. We may also offer a customized sleep apnea oral appliance that can prevent you from snoring and allow you (and your sleep partner) a good night’s sleep.

Vivos Oral Appliance Therapy

There is no single appliance that can effectively treat all types of sleep-related breathing disorders. However, if you’re experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea, your dentist can perform a comprehensive evaluation of your condition to determine the most suitable oral appliance for your specific needs. We provide FDA-approved and state-of-the-art sleep apnea oral appliances that target the underlying cause of sleep apnea, thereby enhancing your overall quality of life.

Benefits of Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea:

Benefits of Oral Appliances for Sleep Apnea:

Covered by Medical & Dental Insurance

If you’re diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), most medical insurances and dental insurances will offer coverage for custom-made oral appliances for sleep apnea. Our sleep apnea treatment clinic in Houston provides insurance verification to help you determine if you’re eligible for coverage. We also provide a comprehensive overview of your sleep apnea treatment cost before your procedure, ensuring complete transparency.

Covered by Medical & Dental Insurance

If you’re diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), most medical insurances and dental insurances will offer coverage for custom-made oral appliances for sleep apnea. Our sleep apnea treatment clinic in Houston provides insurance verification to help you determine if you’re eligible for coverage. We also provide a comprehensive overview of your sleep apnea treatment cost before your procedure, ensuring complete transparency.

Do I Have Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder wherein your breathing repeatedly stops and starts throughout the night. Snoring and sleep apnea are usually caused by obstructions in the airway, such as relaxed throat muscles and tongues that block the airway, leading to narrowed upper airways.

Snoring loudly and persistently is a common symptom of sleep apnea, and it’s often noticed by your sleeping partners. But even if you’re not aware of snoring, you can identify other potential signs and symptoms of sleep apnea. If you have the symptoms of sleep apnea, please contact our sleep apnea dentist in Houston.

You may be experiencing sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea, upper airway resistance syndrome, or a sleep-related breathing disorder if you:

You may be experiencing sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea, upper airway resistance syndrome, or a sleep-related breathing disorder if you:

Ask Us About the FDA-Cleared Vivos Sleep Apnea Treatment Device and Get an Easy Home Sleep Test With a Ring Device Today

Are you tired of struggling with bulky CPAP machines or uncomfortable oral appliances to manage your sleep apnea? Say goodbye to a lifetime of restless nights with the FDA-cleared Vivos device, a revolutionary solution that offers new hope for uninterrupted sleep and a better quality of life. Take control of your sleep apnea and start waking up refreshed with Vivos! 

Don’t settle for a lifetime of nightly interventions for your sleep disordered breathing disorders. With the Vivos Method, you can experience relief in almost 18 months. Our revolutionary, multidisciplinary approach uses noninvasive, cost-effective oral appliance technology prescribed by trained dentists and medical professionals to treat dentofacial abnormalities, snoring, and possible mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea conditions. Ask us today about getting started with a home sleep test and a sleep consultation!

Health Risks of Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea Risks

Treat Sleep Apnea in 3 Steps

Prescription

Step 1: Go to the MD doctor for a prescription

Start with an easy Home Sleep Test If you suspect that you have sleep apnea or other sleep-disordered breathing issues, you can start your treatment by scheduling a visit with your doctor to undergo sleep tests. These tests can help to evaluate the possible causes of your snoring, which is often a common symptom of sleep apnea.

CBCT Scan

Step 2: Go to the dental office for a CBCT scan

Go to the dental office for a comprehensive Head and Neck Exam and CBCT scan. Before being considered a Vivos dental oral appliance candidate, your dentist will conduct a thorough head and neck examination. After completing a home sleep study and analyzing the results, the next step is to assess your CBCT scan.

Sleep Apnea Device

Step 3: Receive and wear the sleep apnea device

Receive the custom fitted Vivos Oral Appliance Once the dentist has obtained the digital teeth impressions and scan results, they will send them to a laboratory to create personalized oral appliances. To use them, simply follow the dentist’s instructions.

Step 1: Go to the MD doctor for a prescription

Prescription

Start with an easy Home Sleep Test If you suspect that you have sleep apnea or other sleep-disordered breathing issues, you can start your treatment by scheduling a visit with your doctor to undergo sleep tests. These tests can help to evaluate the possible causes of your snoring, which is often a common symptom of sleep apnea.

Step 2: Go to the dental office for a CBCT scan

CBCT Scan

Go to the dental office for a comprehensive Head and Neck Exam and CBCT scan. Before being considered a Vivos dental oral appliance candidate, your dentist will conduct a thorough head and neck examination. After completing a home sleep study and analyzing the results, the next step is to assess your CBCT scan.

Step 3: Receive and wear the sleep apnea device

Sleep Apnea Device

Receive the custom fitted Vivos Oral Appliance Once the dentist has obtained the digital teeth impressions and scan results, they will send them to a laboratory to create personalized oral appliances. To use them, simply follow the dentist’s instructions.

Treatment for Sleep Related Breathing Disorders and Sleep Apnea in Houston

Have you considered an FDA-cleared SleepImage Ring Home Sleep test? Ask us about it today! Our clinics in various parts of Houston, including Uptown Houston, Midtown Houston, Montrose, and East River, offer solutions for snoring, sleep-related breathing disorders, and sleep apnea. If you are experiencing symptoms of sleep apnea, please schedule an appointment with a dentist in Houston today.