SleepSleep Disordered Breathing | Kedron Family Dental

Here’s a short video showing how the soft tissues at the back of the throat and the incorrect position of the tongue during sleep can contribute to snoring and sleep apnea.

It also demonstrates how an oral appliance, worn at night, can help open up the airways to allow you to breathe better, sleep better and feel better.

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