Sleep Disorder Treatment

Unlike most general medical practitioners, our Reno dentistry uses a sophisticated sleep study kit to get first-hand data about your sleeping disorder while you sleep. We also utilize scanning-technology to find any obstructions in your nasal cavity or airway that might be causing your disorder. Our Reno sleep dentistry services at Well Beyond Dental don’t just aim to treat. Sleep dentistry services are useful in determining the root cause of your disorder as well.

There are a number of sleep disorders that can be improved with a well planned treatment solution including:

The dentists at Well Beyond Dental in Reno have the skills and knowledge to create a comprehensive treatment plan to help you get back the sleep you need.

TMJ Treatment

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that affects breathing during sleep. It causes those affected to repeatedly stop and start breathing throughout the night, and can have several different side effects.

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea or already use a CPAP machine, a Reno NV dentist can help treat sleep-breathing disorders through oral appliance therapy. Our Reno dentistry offers safe alternatives to breathing machines that can change your life tremendously. We use advanced scanning technology to determine the cause and develop an appropriate sleep apnea treatment program. We want to help you breathe, sleep, heal, and live your best life!

Teeth Grinding

Grinding teeth can be an unconscious sleeping habit that can cause jaw pain and permanent dental damage. There are a few different teeth grinding treatment options we offer, including sleeping with a mouth guard.

Snoring

Frequent snoring may be caused by an obstruction to the airway, poor sleeping patterns, and position. Snoring can have similar effects as sleep apnea. Often, people who snore at night wake up feeling tired, drowsy, and fatigued. We can help you find a solution to your snoring so that you and those around you can get the sleep you need.

Insomnia

If you spend many nights having difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep, you may be suffering from insomnia. With our thorough evaluations, a Reno dentist will find the cause of your insomnia and help you get the restful sleep you’ve been looking for.