Nashville Snoring Treatment

Snoring

The Dr. Cristin Lewis Advantage

Discover Alternative Snoring Solutions Designed for Comfort

The Dr. Lewis Advantage

Snoring in Bellemeade should be making headlines. Across our community, patients complain of these loud sounds and strange noises keeping them up at night. Snoring can be a common nighttime nightmare that shouldn’t control you, your sleep, or why your partner chooses to move to another bedroom. Dr. Cristin Lewis has an advantage over other dentists in getting to the heart of why you snore through advanced training in the areas of airway mouth health. She has alternative snoring solutions backed by an incredible background and a professional dedication to showing the industry how patients can achieve peaceful, restful sleep.

Understanding Why You're Snoring

Snoring is marked by relaxed tissues in the back of your throat that vibrate during breathing while you sleep. While loud and nightly snoring is often associated with obstructive sleep apnea, a potentially serious health condition, sometimes you’re simply a snorer. Consider how much you snore. Is it an acute or more of a chronic condition? See if any of the following factors sound familiar to you:

  • Obstructed nasal passages
  • Relaxed and poorly toned throat and tongue muscles
  • Bulky throat tissue, long soft palate, or large uvula
  • Alcohol and muscle relaxants
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Sleeping on back

Everyone Is Different, so It’s Best to Talk With Dr. Lewis About Your Lifestyle

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Seeking Help and Sleeping Well

Having personal experience with snoring in Green Hills like Dr. Lewis means you can rely on her to determine if this is something indicative of a more serious overall health concern. If you’re just having trouble breathing easily at night, we can recommend a custom oral appliance that’s much more convenient and comfortable compared to other alternative snoring solutions (we’re looking at you, CPAP machine). Your unique “snore stopper” is similar to a sports mouthguard or orthodontic retainer that you’ll wear while you sleep. It’s removable, non-invasive, and effective. The appliance is designed to slightly reposition your jaw to allow improved airflow and promote more rejuvenating rest.
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