All the coffee in the world cannot put the pep back in your step if sleep apnea is robbing you of a restful night’s sleep. Dream Dentistry & Sleep Care began treating patients for sleep apnea after Dr. Roeder experienced firsthand how much this disorder can diminish your quality of life.

After being diagnosed in 2005 with severe obstructive sleep apnea, Dr. Roeder was able to treat himself through the use of a dental appliance. He is now trained and licensed to offer this treatment to his patients, too. He frequently receives referrals from sleep doctors, and your insurance may even cover sleep apnea treatment by Dr. Gordon Roeder and Dr. Zachary Kulp. Call us to schedule your sleep apnea treatment consultation now.

Signs You Could Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Could sleep apnea be the thief stealing your ZZZs every night? You might have sleep apnea if you are experiencing:

  • Daily fatigue
  • Disruptive snoring
  • Irritability
  • Dry mouth
  • Insomnia
  • Morning headaches

An additional key symptom is if your partner notices you periodically stop breathing during the night. Sleep apnea can increase your risks for several serious illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease and metabolism issues.


 

Why Dr. Roeder Prefers a Dental Appliance to a CPAP Machine

Dr. Roeder and his wife both found the CPAP machine to be an unwelcome addition to their bedroom. In comparison, he found that his dental appliance was quiet, more comfortable to wear and less invasive than a CPAP machine. A dental appliance overcomes obstructive sleep apnea by keeping your tongue and the tissues at the back of your mouth from blocking your airways.

Get dreaming again by calling us at 215-538-1109 or use our online form to schedule your appointment for sleep apnea treatment in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, today! Obstructive sleep apnea is no obstacle for our dentists and team.

Dr. Roeder attended the liberal arts school Juniata College before proceeding to Temple University Dental School. He also went to the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine to complete the anesthesiology training program. Dr. Roeder has been treating dental patients in the Quakertown area for almost 30 years. You can definitely trust Dr. Roeder to be your partner in dental health.