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Dr. William Gielincki Jr. Dentist at Jacksonville Center for Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry Introduces Solutions for Patients with Sleep Apnea
Date:1/29/2013

Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) January 29, 2013

Dr. William Gielincki of Jacksonville Center for Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry recently introduced a new treatment plan for patients who suffer from sleep apnea. The TAP3 sleep apnea devices that are custom fitted by Dr. William Gielincki help patients with sleep apnea finally get a restful, comfortable sleep routine without the need of cumbersome machines or surgery.

Sleep apnea is defined as unusually low breathing or pauses in breathing during sleep. This occurs due to blocked or compressed airways which can cause restlessness, snoring and multiple awakenings during the night. Sleep apnea often leads to over fatigue and even high blood pressure.

“Sleep apnea is a surprisingly common condition, however, many of our patients aren’t aware that they suffer from it unless they are diagnosed by a loved one or a doctor since the condition occurs during sleep,” said Dr. Gienlincki. “Our new device helps patients get rid of their sleep apnea easily without the use of bulky machines or surgery that can inhibit lifestyle even more.”

With the new TAP3 sleep apnea device offered by Dr. William Gielincki in Jacksonville, FL, patients can finally have relief from their sleep apnea. A custom-fitted device fits securely in the patient’s mouth and effectively keeps their airway open during the night to eliminate snoring or pauses in breathing that lead to restless sleep. The device also helps prevent excessive grinding of the teeth or clenching of the jaw, which can also be a result of restless sleep.

“At our practice, we really like to look at the entire treatment plan for our patients and how it affects their overall health and well-being,” Dr. Gielnicki said. “While sleep apnea doesn't always directly affect the teeth, it is certainly an oral condition that can have adv
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