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Spouses of the Lone Star State Rejoice As Snoring Is DOA
Date:1/27/2009

Dr. Whitmore Announces Revolutionary New "Stop Snoring Forever" Solution

DALLAS, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Quite often snoring is a source of amusement, and it's swept under the rug as a nuisance. However, one third of the population snores, and snoring can be an indicator of a serious health problem called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). For this very reason, Dr. Marcus Whitmore of Plano is announcing a dental approach to end snoring that fits patients with appliances similar to dental retainers. The oral appliances fit over the upper and lower teeth, much like a sports mouth guard. However, unlike a sports mouth guard, it is a precision-made, clinically-tested medical device to prevent snoring.

"What many of my patients don't realize is that a lack of sleep for themselves or their partners is the least of their worries. Snoring and sleep disorders can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes and excessive sleepiness during the day," said Dr. Marcus Whitmore. "My patients have had an almost near-instant relief of their snoring problems...without the need for pills, drugs, shots, surgery or the inconvenience of wearing a CPAP mask."

"Being a physician, it is important I get plenty of rest," shares patient Monica Herrera, M.D. "I get calls throughout the night, and thankfully Dr. Whitmore suggested an oral appliance to help get quality sleep immediately so I can be productive the next day."

Three Good Reasons Dr. Whitmore's stop snoring solutions help you:

  1. It's comfortable. It is the most comfortable and discreet appliance available www.snoredoa.com.
  2. It's effective. Its effectiveness to treat snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea has been clinically validated.
  3. It's good value. Given the quality, comfort, likelihood of success, manufacturer's warranty and long life of the appliance, it provides true value for your money.

About Dr. Marcus Whitmore

A West Texas native, Dr. Marcus Whitmore graduated from the Baylor College of Dentistry and attended the first postgraduate Continuum of Aesthetic Dentistry held at Baylor College of Dentistry. Dr. Whitmore is a recipient of the prestigious F.A.C.E. Award (Fellowship in the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics), member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Texas Dental Association, and the Dallas County Dental Society.


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