CPAP stands for continuous positive air pressure and helps people with obstructive sleep apnea breathe more easily at night. This treatment uses mild air pressures applied through a nasal mask to keep the airways open during sleep. While sleeping with a mask may take some time to get used to, but is very effective. However, for patients not able to wear a CPAP mask at night, we also provide oral appliances.

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