Sleep Apnea Treatment – Fair Oaks, CA

Get the Restful, Quiet Sleep You Deserve

Do you constantly feel fatigued despite getting a full night’s rest? Is your partner being kept awake by your loud snoring? These are telltale signs of sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that occurs when your airway becomes obstructed, forcing your brain to wake you up so you can breathe again. Waking up several times a night reduces your quality of sleep, which can significantly impact your overall health. A dentist might not be the first person you think of to treat sleep apnea, but with her extensive knowledge of the mouth and throat, Dr. Rivera is more than qualified to help! Call RnR Dentistry today to find out how you can get the restful, quiet sleep you deserve with sleep apnea treatment in Fair Oaks, CA.


Why Choose RnR Dentistry for Sleep Apnea Treatment?

  • Digital Dental Impressions for Comfortable Oral Appliances
  • Convenient At-Home Testing for Sleep Apnea
  • Friendly Dentist & Team in a Relaxing Dental Office


Sleep Apnea Treatment

Man sleeping on his back and wearing C P A P mask for sleep apnea treatment

For decades, the standard sleep apnea treatment was a CPAP machine, a device that kept the airway open by emitting a constant stream of air through a mask worn over the face. However, the mask could be bulky and uncomfortable, and the machine itself produced a droning noise that could make falling asleep difficult. Instead, Dr. Rivera can create a custom oral appliance that fits over your teeth like a mouthguard. It gently shifts your jaw forward to keep your airway open and unobstructed throughout the night.


At-Home Sleep Testing

Man sleeping soundly on his side

Traditionally, testing for sleep apnea meant traveling to a special laboratory and having to spend the night in an unfamiliar place. Fortunately, Dr. Rivera can make the process much easier with at-home sleep apnea testing. She’ll provide you with a device equipped with a number of sensors that you’ll wear to bed, which will monitor your heart rate, oxygen saturation, time spent snoring, and other vital information that can help a sleep expert diagnose sleep apnea.