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Your sleep apnea dentist in Indianapolis offers a great alternative to CPAP treatment

Obstructive sleep apnea is not a mere snoring problem. When apnea occurs during sleep, the delivery of oxygen to the brain and body is impeded. There are several factors that may lead to the development of obstructive sleep apnea, including weight, age, and the consumption of alcohol. We are each different and may respond to certain factors differently. For those who regularly lose sleep due to sleep apnea, a viable solution must be found as quickly as possible. 

The standard medical protocol for obstructive sleep apnea is CPAP therapy. On paper, this form of treatment looks very good. CPAP is the continual delivery of air to the patient through a mask worn over the nose and sometimes the mouth as well. The intent is to keep the airway open through continuous positive airway pressure. Patients prescribed this therapy often find it intolerable. CPAP involves a mask, a hose, a machine, and sometimes, special pillows. The various parts require nightly cleaning and preparation. Furthermore, the delivery of air often results in physical discomfort such as a sore throat.

sleep apnea dentist in Indianapolis offers a great alternative to CPAP treatment


New Patients: (317) 333-6788

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There is an alternative to CPAP treatment with your sleep apnea dentist in Indianapolis. At Washington Street Dentistry, patients may experience the benefits of oral appliance therapy, which include:

  • Clinically proven, precision-made appliances have been FDA approved
  • Greater comfort than is possible with CPAP treatment. Compliance with oral appliance therapy is three times that of CPAP compliance
  • Significant decrease in problematic symptoms like daytime sleepiness and lethargy

Oral appliance therapy offers unique differences that make use easier. These include:

  • The appliance is customized to your structure, fitting comfortably inside of the mouth
  • You are not restricted in movement
  • You are not limited in sleep positions while wearing your oral appliance
  • You may drink water and speak clearly even while wearing your oral appliance
  • An oral appliance is easy to travel with

Obstructive sleep apnea is a potentially dangerous health condition that requires adequate treatment in order to preserve health and wellbeing. If you or a loved one experience chronic, disruptive snoring and feel tired no matter how much sleep you get, a consultation for sleep apnea may lead you to better understanding and, more importantly, successful treatment. 

Contact our office today to learn more, or to schedule your appointment.

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Dr. Matthew Church

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A graduate from the University of Kentucky, Dr. M Church has an extensive amount of skill and expertise in the field of professional dentistry. With over 20 years of experience, he is a firm believer in providing his patients with the best possible care for their dental concerns. Whilst being educated and experienced in a multitude of dental services, Dr. Church is particularly proficient in the areas involving Invisalign, for which he is a certified provider, cosmetic dental services, and dental implants.

Dr. Church invests both time and resources in educating and maintaining his standard of quality in terms of his service. He undertook and graduated from the Misch International Implant Institute Surgical Program and maintains active membership with the American College of Oral Implantology. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.


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