Are you having trouble sleeping? When you do get to sleep, are you having issues with snoring? It could be time to give your dentist a call.

 

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an oral health issue that is often first identified by your dentist, thanks to indicators that can be found in your mouth. This includes worn down teeth from night-time grinding, a tongue with peculiar edges, an inflamed throat or even a smaller-than-average jaw.

 

OSA causes interruptions in your breathing patterns while you sleep. As a result, you wind up snoring – or worse, constantly waking up and causing fatigue due to your gasps for breath. Living with OSA comes higher risks of:

 

  • Heart Disease
  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Obesity

 

At 425 Dental, while our expertise lies with dental health, we care about your overall health and well being as well. We are proud to offer oral appliance therapy, a minimally invasive treatment option for mild to moderate cases of OSA. These appliances, when properly fitted, can help with keeping the jaw in the correct position for the entire night which allows for oxygen to flow properly.

Depending on the potential severity of your OSA, we may recommend you see a specialist for advanced treatment options. When necessary, the team at 425 Dental will gladly recommend healthcare providers that provide exceptional care and that can be fully trusted.

Our Services

Invisalign®

Your journey to a dream smile begins with the Invisalign experts here at 425 Dental. Read more

Cosmetic Dentistry

Smiles matter, probably more than we realize. Volumes of research confirm the influential role of smiles on our relationships and our self-esteem. Read more

Sleep Apnea

We're concerned about the overall health of our patients, including their sleep health. Read more

Sport Dentistry & Mouthguards

Did you know that over 5 million teeth are knocked out in the US every year? Read more

Sealants

Our goal is for our patients to experience the least amount of dental treatment possible. Read more

Cleaning and Prevention

A focus on preventive dentistry helps you maintain the highest standard of oral health while limiting dental expenditures. Read more

Composite Fillings

Cavities and small fractures leave many teeth with defects that progress over time if untreated. Read more

Technology

At 425 Dental in Issaquah, WA, you'll discover dental care at the highest level possible. Read more

Nutrition and Oral Health

People often say to “watch what you eat” to keep a healthy body. But what you eat doesn’t just affect your physical appearance. Read more

Sedation Dentistry

As the mild form of sedation offered in our office, the administration of laughing gas is available to combat anxiety... Read more

Extractions

Despite your best efforts, teeth sometimes need to be removed to protect your health. Read more

Pulpotomy / Pulpectomy

Inside a tooth, under the enamel and dentin, lies the nerve, or pulp. Read more

Root Canals

Toothaches provide a vivid reminder that teeth aren't just inert pieces of hard tissue floating in the gums. Read more

Teeth Grinding

Under normal circumstances, your teeth should only contact for about 5 minutes each day. Read more

Implants

A long-lasting choice, implant-supported dentistry brings you as close to growing new teeth as possible. Read more

Gum Grafting

Good News! You don’t have to compromise on your health or your smile. Read more

Emergency Dental Care

Dental emergencies are never fun – or convenient. But we’re here to help in your time of need. Read more

Pregnancy & Dental Care

Dental care and proper brushing is even more important when you are expecting. Read more

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