Sleep Apnea - Salem, MA

Tired of Sleepless Nights?

Put an End to Snoring and Protect Your Health

Sleep is vital to healthy oral function. If you suffer from sleep apnea, you’re not just snoring, you’re developing poor sleeping habits that can lead to a variety of health issues in both the short-term and long-term. Aside from poor concentration, headaches, irritability, and daytime sleepiness that can affect your social and professional life, there are far more serious problems that have been linked with sleep apnea, such as heart disease and strokes. We can help you avoid these health risks and enable you—and those who live with you—to enjoy more restful nights with a mouthguard. Similar to a mouthguard you might use in sports, this slips over your teeth and holds your jaw slightly forward during sleep. A mouthguard prevents the soft tissues of your mouth from blocking your windpipe—the reason you snore and even stop breathing during sleep. Our team will custom-fit you with a mouthguard here in our Salem, MA office, and you can immediately begin enjoying better sleep, more energetic days, and a life free of sleep apnea-related health complications!

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Potential Complications of Sleep Apnea

Rest Assured with the Help of a Professional

Dentists are qualified to treat patients with dental sleep appliances, but did you know that only 1% of all dentists have achieved a degree to be certified dental sleep practitioners? At Paradise Dental Associates, we’re proud to have one dental professional on staff who has achieved that status. Dr. Ken Marsh has had a long, successful career in dentistry, practicing for many years before he completed the dental sleep medicine curriculum and graduated from the prestigious Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. If you snore and may be suffering from sleep apnea, we encourage you to ask for your free consultation with Dr. Marsh without delay. He can help make your dream of comfortable, quality sleep a reality.

Get a good night’s sleep! We’ll show you how.

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