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Yes, a dental appliance that is engineered to move the lower jaw forward helps to open the airway and lessen the effects of obstructive sleep apnea.
Although everybody’s response to treatment varies, a typical 30-40% decrease in apneas is frequently seen.
The short answer is yes if the following criteria are met. 1, You must have a current sleep study under 5 years old. 2, Your AHI index must be 5 or greater. 3, A sleep physician must diagnose you with obstructive sleep apnea. 4, A CPAP intolerant form must be signed.
The price range for a dental sleep appliance varies based on who makes it and the design. On the average between 2 and 4 thousand dollars.