At Sleep Better Sarasota, Dr. James Cannon and his knowledgeable team are dedicated to helping patients sleep safely every night and wake feeling relaxed and well-rested.
We provide treatment to patients seeking relief from sleep apnea, TMJ, and headaches, as well as other sleep conditions.
Our practice is dedicated to improving patients’ sleep, overall health, and quality of life. Patients can expect a comprehensive and patient-centered approach that addresses their sleep condition and/or related challenges.
According to recent studies conducted by researchers at the National Sleep Foundation, more than 40 million people in the US suffer from sleep disorders, and more than 20 million of these US adults suffer from sleep apnea.
Nearly 80% of all cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, but obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is rapidly closing in.
Untreated sleep problems contribute to serious concerns like drowsy driving and workplace accidents, as well as a host of associated health problems such as heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, and diabetes, just to name a few.
Make an appointment today to find out more about how to sleep through the night.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Treatment
While many patients we treat believe that a CPAP system is the only therapy option for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine agrees that oral appliance therapy can be an effective option for patients suffering from OSA. This is great news for those who are deemed CPAP-intolerant.
Oral appliances fit over your teeth like a mouth guard or retainer while you sleep and support your jaw in a forward position to keep your airway open. Custom-fit oral appliances offer maximum comfort, which increases patient compliance. They can also help improve your sleep, restore your alertness, and revitalize your overall health.
ProSomnus EVO is the first Oral Appliance Therapy device to incorporate advanced materials, manufacturing robotics and artificial intelligence to advance the treatment of OSA.
The Elastic Mandibular Advancement (EMA) appliance is the smallest of our obstruction sleep apnea appliances. The individual trays are constructed of 2mm vacuum form material and are held together with straps of varying lengths and flexibility. These straps provide unsurpassed lateral movement and comfort as well as dictating the amount of mandibular advancement. These straps are positioned between the teeth and cheek leaving the palate free from obstruction.