FAQs

1) How Do I Care for my Oral Appliance?

Because our oral appliances utilized to treat sleep apnea are custom-made just for you, we use the highest-quality materials and most attention to detail possible. Caring for your oral appliance is extremely easy, as the appliance is extremely durable. Simply brush your appliance nightly, as well as soaking it in denture cleanser once a week during the day to rid your oral appliance of any excess bacteria.

2) What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

The most common form of sleep apnea, obstructive sleep apnea is just how it sounds – an obstruction in your upper airway that limits breathing. Despite its popularity, it may often go unnoticed – written off as simply a poor night’s sleep or general feeling of tiredness. Sleep apnea problems are often only noticed by those who witness the breathing troubles or frequent awakenings of the patient in question.

3) Is My Oral Appliance Covered Under Medical Insurance?

Typically, for snoring, the treatment will not be covered, as snoring is not a diagnosed medical condition. Sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea, however, are determined medical conditions and will often be covered under medical insurance. With a proper physician’s diagnosis and a sleep study results, your oral appliance should be covered under medical insurance.

4) How Serious are Sleep Apnea Problems?

Sleep apnea problems should be taken very seriously. These problems can go well beyond just a general lethargic feeling throughout the day. The lack of sleep and lack of oxygen to your brain can drastically increase your chances of various health problems, not to mention your likelihood of being involved in an automobile accident. Don’t put off seeking help – contact Dr. Conditt today.

5) What is Sleep Apnoea?

Sleep apnoea is the British spelling for 'sleep apnea'. Whether you spell it sleep apnoea or sleep apnea, it is a serious sleep disorder. If you are seeking relief from your sleep apnoea problems, schedule an appointment with Fort Worth dentist Dr. Mitch Conditt.

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Kelly Blair DDS &
Mitch Conditt DDS

6316 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76116
Call: (817) 737-5155(817) 737-5155
Dr. Mitch Conditt Dr. Kelly Blair Forth Worth, Texas Kelly Blair DDS & Mitch Conditt DDS offer the very best in sleep apnea and snoring treatment, including the Rhinometer and Pharyngometer, which work to measure the size and stability of your airway, as well as the Embletta home sleep study. Don't waste another night without restful sleep – call Dr. Conditt or contact him online today to schedule an appointment for detecting your sleep disorders. (817) 737-4095 (817) 737-5155