Do you suffer from snoring?

A variety of oral devices or mouthpieces are now available that will address your snoring problems. By preventing the lower jaw from dropping back during sleep, these devices can prevent the closure of your airways, which will stop you from snoring. Your dentist can fit one of these for you. Here is how the treatment works:

A custom-made mouth piece is made from impressions taken of your teeth to ensure they fit you comfortably.

Made from a hard wearing plastic, the mouthpiece is worn at night and works by holding the bottom jaw in a slightly forward position.

This position opens up your airway significantly, allowing you to breathe better and as a result sleep better too.

Benefits

  • Better quality of sleep due to undisturbed breathing.
  • Improved overall health due to better quality of sleep.

Find your local Together dentist to ask about snoring

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Did you know that we have 34 dental practices nationwide across the Together Dental family?

Our practices come equipped with some of the most sophisticated technology that you will ever find in a community dentist. They are set up with the very latest in cosmetic dentistry treatments offering, for instance, Invisalign, 3D Itero scanning, dental implants and composite bonding, as well as providing a full range of general dental treatments from oral hygiene to check-ups.
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Our practices come equipped with some of the most sophisticated technology that you will ever find in a community dentist. They are set up with the very latest in cosmetic dentistry treatments offering, for instance, Invisalign, 3D Itero scanning, dental implants and composite bonding, as well as providing a full range of general dental treatments from oral hygiene to check-ups.
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