If you snore or have trouble sleeping, you may have Sleep Apnea – a sleep disorder that occurs when your air passage becomes temporarily blocked causing breathing to stop several times throughout the night. Sleep apnea not only increases a patient’s risk for heart attack and stroke, but also causes you to spend less time in the deep restorative sleep required for energy and mental sharpness.

Common signs of sleep apnea

Daytime Sleepiness


High Blood Pressure

Solutions from Great LAKES, cleveland clinic, and Lake Health

We have teamed up with Cleveland Clinic and Lake Health to provide a comprehensive medical and dental approach to treating sleep apnea. After patients have been assessed and a treatment course is set, she has the advanced training necessary to provide non-CPAP oral sleep apnea devices that are more comfortable, much simpler to use, and have proven to be highly effective for sleep apnea treatment. After non-CPAP treatment has been delivered, the patient will follow up with the Cleveland Clinic or Lake Health to assure their therapy is working well for them.


While traditional solutions typically include an uncomfortable and inconvenient CPAP machine, our doctors use an FDA approved device more like a simple mouthguard used in athletics.

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Laser treatment with NightLase®

NightLase® offers a non-surgical solution to reduce snoring and sleep apnea. Through the use of a gentle laser, we tighten tissue in your airway to keep it more open and free for a better night’s rest. NightLase® is quick, comfortable, and requires no anesthesia – that means you can resume normal activities immediately after treatment.

Benefits of Sleep Apnea Treatment

More Energy

Better Night’s Sleep

Quieter Sleep

Increased Focus

Increased Clarity

Lower Blood Pressure

Less Risk for Stroke


We design a personalized oral appliance that will keep the jaw in a forward position while you sleep, allowing your airway to remain open for an uninterrupted, better night’s sleep. It is small, portable, quiet, comfortable, and highly effective.

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