CPAP Alternatives For Sleep Apnea, Snoring & TMJ
We at Argyle Dental Sleep and TMJ are huge advocates for CPAP therapy, but some patients look for other sleep apnea solutions. That’s why Dr. Jaren Argyle offers alternative treatments for patients who suffer from snoring, obstructive sleep apnea, and TMJ-related problems.
Our practice has adopted an effective, progressive approach to uniquely customize every treatment plan. Our team is able to determine which oral appliance would best benefit our patients with obstructive sleep apnea or other sleep-disordered breathing conditions, like upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS).
Oral appliance therapy is an unmatched solution to sleep apnea. Oral appliances are custom-made to fit each patient’s mouth, ensuring maximum comfort and reliable results.
Dr. Argyle also offers pediatric airway treatment to help with proper development in children, along with myofunctional therapy to help restore the natural function of your facial muscles. This is an effective method for treating problems with chewing, swallowing, speech, occlusion, TMJ movement, oral hygiene, and more.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unable to tolerate CPAP?
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, also known as TMD (temporomandibular disorder). This disorder affects your jaw movement and causes pain in and around the jaw joints. Luckily, Dr. Argyle offers TMD treatment options to help patients end their pain.
Constantly feeling exhausted?
Constantly waking up and feeling exhausted every day can 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 this is the case, Dr. Argyle will explain the effective treatment options he offers.
Sleeping in separate rooms?
Frequent loud snoring can cause both you and your 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. 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 your child has difficulty paying attention, this could be due to a lack of sleep. While sleep apnea is rare in children, it can occur. Learn more about pediatric airways and how Dr. Argyle can help treat your child’s sleep apnea.
Tired of getting poor sleep?
Not getting the best out of life?
Getting quality sleep is important to your well-being and daily life. Not getting enough sleep night after night can quickly make day-to-day life difficult. If you’re ready to take control of your night’s sleep, leading to increased energy levels and higher productivity, learn more about sleep hygiene and how a nightly routine can benefit you. Call us today to see how we can help!
Explore The Difference at Argyle Dental Sleep & TMJ
No matter what type of sleep apnea you’re suffering from, and how severe it’s become, Dr. Argyle has the ideal treatment option for you. To learn more about treatment options such as oral appliance therapy as a CPAP alternative, contact us today.
We’re able to give you the relief you need. To schedule your appointment with Dr. Argyle, call our Syracuse office at (801) 416-3562 or fill out our convenient online contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.