Unable to tolerate CPAP?
If you’ve been prescribed CPAP as a treatment for your sleep apnea but find it hard to tolerate, Dr. Argyle can provide alternative options. Don’t let sleep apnea have control over your life any longer. Learn more today about a successful alternative treatment called oral appliance therapy and regain your life back.
Experiencing head, neck, or jaw pain?
If you’ve been experiencing severe pain throughout your head, neck, and/or jaw, you may be suffering from TMJ disorders, also known as TMD. This disorder affects your jaw movement and causes pain in or around the jaw joints.
You shouldn’t have to live your life dealing with unbearable pain. Fortunately, Dr. Argyle offers TMD treatment options, to help patients relieve their pain and regain control of their life.
Constantly feeling exhausted?
Constantly waking up and feeling exhausted every day can quickly take a toll on both your physical and mental health. Oftentimes, this may be a sign of a sleep disorder, such as upper airway resistance syndrome or sleep apnea. If you’ve been diagnosed with a sleep disorder, Dr. Argyle offers treatments, such as oral appliance therapy, that can help you boost your energy levels and restore your night’s sleep.
Sleeping in separate rooms?
Frequent loud snoring can cause you and your bed partner to lose valuable sleep. If snoring is disrupting your night’s rest and causing your partner to sleep in a separate room, it may be a sign of something more serious than simple snoring. Don’t let snoring get in the way of your relationship any longer.
Learn more about what causes snoring and how Dr. Argyle can put an end to those disruptive nights by utilizing oral appliance therapy.
Does your child have difficulty paying attention?
If you’ve noticed that your child has difficulty paying attention each day, this could be due to a lack of sleep. While sleep apnea is rare in children, it can occur. Don’t let your child suffer from restless nights any longer. Learn more about pediatric airways and how Dr. Argyle can treat your child’s sleep disorder.
Tired of getting poor sleep?
Getting a poor night’s rest can drastically affect your daily life. No one likes feeling constantly exhausted throughout the day. Luckily, there are a variety of ways to help you find better sleep. Learn how you can improve your sleep hygiene, giving you the quality rest your body needs.
Not getting the best out of life?
Quality sleep is crucial to your well-being and daily life. Not getting enough sleep night after night can quickly make your life difficult. If you’re ready to regain your night’s sleep, leading to increased energy levels and higher productivity, learn more about how we can help and how a nightly bedtime routine can benefit you. Call us today to learn how we can help!
Meet Dr. Jaren C. Argyle, DMD
Dr. Jaren Argyle is a graduate of Utah State University and received his DMD at the University of Connecticut. He’s one of the few dentists in Utah who’s certified as a Qualified Sleep Dentist with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Argyle stays at the leading edge of dentistry by constantly exceeding the number of required hours in continuing education. He has received specialized training with years of experience in dental implant placement, dental sleep medicine for treating obstructive sleep apnea, and TMJ therapy to relieve headaches and jaw pain.
Whether you’re a new or old patient, Dr. Argyle will always go the extra mile to make your visit a great one and ensure each of your needs are met.