Snoring Prevention


The soothing symphony of snoring is an all-too-common evening companion for many people. Snoring, however, can be more than simply a bother; it might indicate underlying health problems, which is something that frequently goes unreported. Snoring affects nearly 80 million individuals in North America, making it more than just an annoyance. We'll explore the factors that contribute to snoring before introducing a remedy that can help you sleep more quietly: the Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD).

Understanding the Causes of Snoring

The soft tissues and muscles of the mouth and throat relax, restricting the airway, which causes snoring. Because there is less room for each breath to pass through, the airflow moves across the soft tissues, producing the well-known snoring sound. Several factors can contribute to snoring, including:

  • Excess Body Weight
  • Alcohol Consumption
  • Certain Sleep Aides or Sedatives
  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

The Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD)

A Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) might be the answer you've been looking for if you're sick of snoring and long for a better night's sleep. With the help of a specially created dental tool called a MAD, the lower jaw (mandible) is gently moved forward, creating more room inside the airway path. By making this modification, the airflow is improved, making it easier for you to breathe and get a restful night's sleep.

Furthering their effectiveness, some MADs also stop the tongue from retracting into the windpipe. To best meet your needs, your dentist will modify these tools.

Comfort and Convenience

The comfort of MADs is one of the most frequent questions people have regarding them. Unanimously, the response is yes! Since they were made with your comfort in mind, you can sleep while using one without even realizing it. Importantly, MADs can even reduce snoring in people who have sinus congestion or allergies since they do not prevent breathing through the mouth. When you first wake up and take the device off, any initial jaw stiffness you may feel usually goes away.

Don't let snoring ruin your sleep or interfere with your loved ones' ability to slumber. Contact our office right now to make an appointment and consultation so you can learn more about the advantages of a Mandibular Advancement Device and put an end to your snoring problems. We at Dental Smile Savers in the Bronx, New York, are dedicated to assisting you in getting a good night's rest and taking care of any issues associated to snoring. Visit Dental Smile Savers today to start your journey to quiet evenings, and feel the difference for yourself.

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