Sleep Apnea


Snoring, Sleep Apnea, and CPAP

As we all know, snoring can lead to interesting sleeping arrangements. It can also be a sign of sleep apnea, a serious life-threatening condition.  This condition is diagnosed with a sleep study by a physician and often treated successfully by using a CPAP machine. Dr. Lukacs treats patients who have not been able to tolerate – some may even say hate – their CPAP by replacing it with a dental appliance to reduce their snoring and improve sleep. Call Dr. Lukacs for a complementary Sleep Appliance consultation.

Learn more about dental appliances and sleep apnea here.