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Boost Your Overall Health With Airway Dentistry

When you breathe correctly, both your mouth and body benefit. Airway dentistry in Brentwood focuses on your mouth structure and airways to improve your quality of sleep. Call us today at (615) 763-4234 to schedule your appointment. It's time to get the sleep you need!

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Breathe Easy

Focusing on how you breathe is just as important as breathing itself. Airway dentistry helps you improve how you breathe.

Protect Your health

By treating your disordered breathing or sleep apnea, you reduce your risk for serious health issues. 

A Great Night's Sleep Shouldn't Be Out of Reach!

Do you experience persistent fatigue despite getting a complete night's sleep? Have others mentioned that you snore or have teeth grinding? Are you facing challenges related to sleep, acid reflux, hypertension, or Type 2 Diabetes? Are anxiety and depression part of your struggles?

If any of these problems resonate with you, there's a possibility that undetected sleep apnea could be the hidden culprit. Sleep apnea, a significant sleep disorder that interrupts breathing while asleep, may be the underlying cause of these issues.

Without proper treatment, it not only leads to fatigue but can also have a profound impact on your overall well-being and potentially reduce your lifespan.
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Sleep Better With Airway Dentistry in Brentwood

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It's simple: the air you breathe gives you oxygen to survive. However, certain conditions, such as mouth breathing or loose tissues in your throat, can obstruct your airways. As a result, you can experience sleep-disordered breathing or sleep apnea. 

When you come in for your appointment, Dr. Kellye Rice will discuss the symptoms you are experiencing. She'll also examine you for signs of underdevelopment of your mouth and jaw. If she determines you will benefit from airway dentistry in Brentwood, she can address the issue using a combination of dental lasers and myofunctional therapy

Call 629-200-6055 if you believe you'll benefit from airway dental treatments. 

protect your oral & overall health

Incorrect breathing  can affect your entire well-being. By treating your disordered breathing or sleep apnea, you reduce your risk for serious health issues. Plus, you eliminate dry mouth, which puts your dental health at risk.

enjoy comprehensive solutions

Dr. Rice and her team treat the root cause of the problem. With a thorough examination and an extensive third-party radiology report, you'll understand the extent of the issue and the best path of treatment.

improve your mouth rest posture

Incorrect mouth rest posture can lead to issues with your breathing. Using myofunctional therapy treatments, Dr. Rice can help you develop the ideal mouth and tongue position and breathing technique. 

You'll benefit from 
airway dentistry 

We hear from countless patients how much better they feel after treatment. You can expect:

Improved energy and better concentration

Less irritability and fewer mood swings
Better mouth and facial structure
Discover the benefits when you call 629-200-6055 for an appointment.
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Improve Your Overall Health in Three Easy Steps

By paying attention to the symptoms of sleep disordered breathing, you are doing your part to maintain good oral health and overall health.

Sleep disordered breathing can happen at any age, but as you get older, your risks for this condition increase greatly. That’s why it’s so important to seek treatment if you recognize the symptoms.

During your free consultation, Dr. Rice will screen you for any breathing issues. Once you are diagnosed, she will recommend the best option to restore your sleep and protect your health.
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Step 1. Discover

Call our office to schedule an initial consultation with us. We will be able to discuss how we can best help.

Step 2. Design

Dr. Rice and our dental team will create a personal approach to managing your sleep apnea.

Step 3. Dream

You'll finally have the restful sleep every night that you've always been dreaming of.
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Dr. Kellye Rice

Since opening her practice in 1986, Dr. Kellye Rice has loved helping patients sleep better in the Brentwood area. She utilizes advanced technology such as laser dentistry combined with a holistic approach to your oral and overall health to address your sleep problems.

Located conveniently near CoolSprings Galleria, Dr. Kellye Rice has been in practice since 1986. She is passionate about staying on top of the latest patient treatment techniques and technology. As a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), she has access to educational resources and practice management tools to better serve her patients. In addition, the AADSM has recognized her as part of a qualified category of dentists with above-average education and experience to treat certain sleep apnea conditions. Her use of laser dentistry and oral appliance treatment has produced great results for her patients.
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Commonly Asked Questions About Airway Dentistry

We're answering some commonly asked questions about airway dentistry.

what is airway dentistry?

Airway dentistry is a specialty that focuses on diagnosing and treating dental and oral conditions that affect your ability to breathe properly. This includes conditions such as sleep apnea, snoring, and other respiratory disorders. The overall goal is to correct these problems to improve your quality of life and overall well-being.

How does airway dentistry relate to sleep apnea?

Airway dentistry plays a crucial role in the treatment of sleep apnea. It helps identify and address the underlying causes of the condition. By treating dental and oral conditions that may be contributing to sleep apnea, we can improve a patient's breathing and reduce the severity of their symptoms.

What are the benefits of airway dentistry?

Airway dentistry can provide a range of benefits, including improved breathing, better sleep quality, reduced snoring, and improved overall health and well-being. By treating dental and oral conditions that may be contributing to sleep apnea and other respiratory disorders, airway dentists can help patients breathe easier and enjoy a better quality of life.

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