CPAP, a machine that delivers pressurized air to the upper airway, is known as an effective treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
In 2015, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) issued a new guideline for OSA treatment and recognized Custom Oral Appliances as an effective alternative to CPAP.  Click here to learn how an Oral Appliance can create an open airway to improve the quality of your sleep.
With its less intrusive nature, it is reported that the adherence rate of Custom Oral Appliance is greater than that of CPAP.  If you are hesitant about or intolerant to CPAP treatment, ask your doctor about alternative options such as Whole You Sleep Appliances.