Best CPAP Alternative With No Mask From Top OSA & OAT Experts In Mission Viejo

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Best CPAP Alternative With No Mask From Top OSA & OAT Experts In Mission Viejo

Did you ever hear the one about the comfortable face mask?

No... no, I didn't either, but I keep on hoping.

Someday, someone will invent a face mask that's actually comfortable enough to sleep in or a magic pill that cures sleep apnea, but if you'll excuse the phrase - I'm not holding my breath.

Until that day, and here's hoping it's soon - too many people are stuck using CPAP devices.

Sure, they "work," if the goal is to keep you filled with air - but you're more than just a balloon, and while air is important, the machines are a bit self-defeating if they keep you awake all night.

Experts have estimated that in 2023, up to 18% of Americans will suffer from sleep apnea, with 1 in 15 adults suffering from a moderate-to-severe case of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). While a CPAP machine may be the only option for a few of these people, for the majority, a more passive option can help you to breathe easier, without any noisy machinery.

In fact, there are even experts who are dedicated to finding the best alternatives to CPAP machines, like Dr. Ann Abdulla from the Laguna Hills Center for Sleep Apnea & CPAP Intolerance

Visit to learn more about your alternatives, or to schedule a consultation with a specialist near Mission Viejo.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP, may be the "standard treatment," for sleep apnea, but it often leads to other complaints, such as an inability to sleep. Since there's not much point in using the machine if you can't sleep with it running, experts have been working on new methods for achieving similar results, without any of the uncomfortable face masks, forced air, or loud machinery.

One of the most effective new treatments uses Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT), which is similar to the mouth guards worn by athletes, to reposition your mouth while you sleep. Not only is this a lot more comfortable, and a lot less noisy, but it's also great if you play hockey in your dreams.

Well, okay, maybe it's not quite like a mouth guard... Instead of protecting your teeth, these devices reposition your tongue, teeth, and lips, to keep your airways open. It's not a one-size-fits-all solution, but the medical team will custom-design one to hold everything in just the right place while you sleep, so you can breathe easily.

OAT therapy is fully FDA-approved and may be able to fully or partially replace your CPAP machine. It's a good idea to talk to an expert about OAT therapy, to see whether you're a good candidate and if it may be able to replace your CPAP treatments. The mouth-guard style devices are certainly less invasive, more portable, and reduce the risk of acne breakouts from wearing face masks.

The right device or treatment for you will depend on your unique situation. A specialty clinic, like the Laguna Hills Center for Sleep Apnea & CPAP Intolerance, can use innovative diagnostic tools to help pinpoint the problem and find the best solution.

One effective tool is a Nasal Function Study, which is done using an Eccovision Acoustic Rhinometer. This test measures the airflow through each nostril individually, helping the medical team to determine if there are any blockages or obstructions and if any other factors could be affecting your oxygen intake.

The clinic is run by Dr. Angham (Ann) Abdulla DDS, an American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM) Diplomate, and specialist in both sleep apnea and TMJ. This allows them to offer a full range of services for sleep apnea, TMJ, TMD, and holistic dentistry, all under one roof.

As one reviewer explained, “I had to get a new sleep device for obstructive sleep apnea and Dr. Abdulla recommended the Panthera. It’s amazing, super light, and worth the money. Dr. Abdulla’s calm, reassuring nature, and Jackie’s helpfulness with all things financial, makes every visit a pleasant one.”

If you, or someone you love, is suffering from CPAP machines... I mean, from sleep apnea, just give Dr. Abdulla a call. She'll help you to find a solution that works.

Visit and get a solution that works, before you throw your CPAP machine away.

Laguna Hills Center for Sleep Apnea & CPAP Intolerance 24953 Paseo De Valencia #26b, , Laguna Hills, CA 92653, United States Website

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