You may not have to use a CPAP machine. Many people with OSA are successfully treated with oral appliances that adjust jaw placement to keep their airways open. At Dental Sleep Alternatives, we specialize in the use of oral appliances to treat sleep apnea. Start by getting a referral from your doctor, or talk to us and we’ll connect you with one of our referring physicians. Once you have a proper medical order, you can schedule your appointment with Dental Sleep Alternatives. We’ll get you fitted for an appliance, train you in its usage and care, and follow up with you to make sure everything is working as it should. Then you’ll follow up with your referring physician to see how much you are benefitting from healthy, sound sleep.