Sleep Apnea

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Sleep apnea affects more than 18 million Americans, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Sleep apnea causes affected individuals to stop breathing while sleeping and can contribute to the development of conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and depression.

If you or a loved one suffers from sleep apnea, then it’s vital that you find an effective treatment option. Treating your sleep apnea can improve your health, boost concentration and help you to sleep more restfully. Interested in discussing your treatment options with a qualified medical professional? Call Winning Smiles at (716) 332-2444 today! With locations taking adult patients in Amherst, Orchard Park and Buffalo, it couldn’t be easier to make your first appointment.



The most common signs of sleep apnea include:

  • Loud and frequent snoring

  • Pauses in breathing

  • Excessive daytime fatigue

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Moodiness or irritability

If you suffer from sleep apnea, then you might wake up with a headache still feeling tired and struggle to focus on your daily activities. Your partner might complain of incessant snoring or gagging while you sleep. Males are especially at risk, as well as individuals with a history of hypertension, smoking, excessive drinking or sedative use, or a family history of sleep apnea.


Mild cases of sleep apnea can be taken care of with a few lifestyle adjustments. Exercising more, losing weight, quitting smoking and lowering high blood pressure can sometimes be all you need to get rid of sleep apnea for good. Moderate sleep apnea can be treated with a customized oral sleep appliance that repositions your jaw while you sleep, opening up your airway and preventing you from snoring.

At Winning Smiles, we don’t just provide these appliances. We work with patients to develop effective sleep apnea treatment plans. Our staff will guide you through the course of creating and properly utilizing your sleep apnea appliance, minimizing side effects and maximizing effectiveness.