Eight Reasons for Oral Appliance Therapy

Plan your visit with our dentist and find the perfect sleep apnea solution

Dr. Sandra L. MacDonald is board certified in sleep apnea appliances in Plymouth, Massachusetts. If you are struggling with sleep apnea or tired of using a CPAP machine, call our office at 508-927-5604. We will be happy to help you plan your visit with our dentist and find your perfect sleep apnea solution.

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Your Medical Insurance Will Cover It

Sleep apnea is considered a medical problem, and we will bill your medical insurance instead of your dental insurance.

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The Appliance Is Easy To Use

Sleep apnea is considered a medical problem, and we will bill your medical insurance instead of your dental insurance.

oral appliances are easy to use
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The Appliance Is Quiet and Perfect for Traveling

Unlike a CPAP machine, an appliance is easy to pack in your luggage and makes no noise, which makes sure that everyone with you gets a good night’s sleep.

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An Oral Appliance Is Perfect for Patients With CPAP Intolerance

The symptoms of CPAP intolerance can include a stuffy nose, dry mouth, skin irritation, difficulty sleeping and even a sense of claustrophobia. You can avoid these problems with an oral appliance.

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Your Appliance Will Be Custom Fitted for You

The appliance you receive from Dr. MacDonald will be designed to be comfortable and fit you perfectly.

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The Appliance Is Easy To Care For

Since your appliance has no moving parts, it can be easily cleaned with a nonabrasive toothpaste, antibacterial soap, or even a mild dish or hand soap. Your appliance will also come with a case for safe storage.

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Easy To Use

Your appliance is a comfortable mouth guard, and you will find it very easy to wear. This makes it more likely that you will use it and continue to enjoy a good night’s sleep and better health.

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Durability

With the proper care and cleaning, your appliance should serve you well for years.