Please see below resources as it relates to CPAP Alternatives for snoring & sleep apnea.

Dental Appliances

For select patients with mild sleep apnea or positional snoring, a dental or oral appliance may be considered.

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Palatal Reconstruction (Pasha Modification)

Reconstructing the back of throat in order to treat sleep apnea.

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Uvuloplasty

Reshaping the uvula to help eliminate snoring and reduce gasping from mild sleep apnea.

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Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation

A therapy which utilizes a neuronal stimulator that helps alleviate sleep apnea.

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Hyoid & Tongue Advancement

Prevents the tongue from blocking your airway in the deep throat.

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Transoral Robotic Surgery

A robot that allows better visualization when reducing back portions of the tongue.

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Midline Glossectomy

Reducing the back portion of the tongue without incision or speech or swallowing impairment.

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Lingual Glossectomy

Reducing the size of tonsils found near the base of the tongue.

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Transpalatal Advancement Pharyngoplasty

Opening the back of the throat to open airway and reduce snoring and apneas.

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Maxillomandibular Advancement Surgery

Reserved for severe sleep apnea, this moves both upper and lower jaws forward to using plates and screws.

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Tracheotomy

In the event of life-threatening sleep apnea, a small hole is made in the windpipe so air can avoid potential airway obstructions.

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