Do you sleep with someone who snores? Do you snore yourself? Either way, you know how badly it can disrupt your night, leaving you feeling tired. But snoring doesn’t just keep you awake with noise. It could also be a sign of potentially deadly sleep apnea, and it often leads to dry mouth, a condition also known as xerostomia. Without the proper balance of moisture from saliva, your mouth can become sore or infected, and your teeth weakened by acids and bacteria.
We can help you protect your grin with our premier snoring appliance, the TAP 3 dental appliance for sleep apnea and snoring. This custom-fitted device gently holds the jaw forward to keep your airway open and help you sleep deeply and quietly all through the night. No over-the-counter snore guard can compete with the comfort, ease, and effectiveness of the TAP 3 appliance.