Sleep Disorders Treatment in Claremont

Snore Free Night. A Beautiful Morning.

Want a Fast, Easy & Affordable Way to Stop Snoring and Sleep Better?

Sleep is very essential for healthy living. Sleep disorders or related problems can upset the overall health.

For many patients, a custom-fitted Oral Appliance will prevent snoring. By gently advancing your lower jaw forward and creating an open airway for your throat, it eliminates the vibrations that cause snoring. 

“I can stop your Snoring. I specialize helping patients acheive restful, snore free sleep and I can do the same for you!

Most snoring occurs when air pathways are blocked during sleep. Thus, its important to open the airway to allow more oxygen."

—Dr. Vijay Patel

A Solution to Snoring

The use of a custom fitted Oral Appliance is a great solution as it solves the underlying cause of snoring by opening up restricted airways. It is non-invasive, travel friendly and the comfortable option that really works.

  • FDA-Cleared Dental Appliance
  • Gently Advances Your Jaw to Open Up Airways
  • Far Less Invasive than Surgery or Forced Air Machines
  • Custom Fit, Comfortable & Discreet
  • High Quality with 3-Year Warranty



“For many patients, a custom-fitted Oral Appliance prevents snoring. By gently advancing your lower jaw forward and creating an open airway for your throat, it eliminates the vibrations that cause snoring. "
—Dr. Vijay Patel


Is the Anti Snoring Oral Device Effective?

Yes.  Clinical studies have shown our Oral Appliances work well for treatment of snoring.  We use the industry's top products, FDA-Cleared and custom fit for your comfort.  Its a great, practical alternative to CPAP machines or invasive surgery, and importantly stops snoring.

Is it Covered by Insurance?

Oral devices can be covered by PPO health insurance plans as a medical device.

Why is a Custom Fitted Dental Lab Oral Device Recommended?

We create a custom impression of your teeth, critical for comfort, fit and to insure no tooth movement over time. It also ensures the oral appliance stays in place while you sleep. As a result, 88% of patients report regular use. 

Sleep Is A Health Issue

Sleep apnea directly affects the heart and blood pressure levels. Due to diminishing oxygen levels in the blood, the heart is forced to pump blood at a faster rate. This applies more pressure on the heart. Following are some of the serious health issues that can be caused from sleep apnea.

  • Diabetes
  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Depression
  • Fatigue and daytime drowsiness
“Sleep is a Health Issue. Being alert, energetic, rested is important to your well being. We have great Sleep Solutions. Let me help you get Better Sleep"
—Dr. Vijay Patel

The Ultimate Guide to Getting Better Sleep

Does your nighttime routine consist of scrolling through your iPhone until you get so tired that you accidentally drop your phone on your face? Yeah, me too.

Good health cannot happen without good sleep. And good sleep cannot happen without good sleeping habits. Want to know what’s not a good sleeping habit? You guessed it, technology right before bed.

Improving your sleep will improve your productivity, your mood, and your overall health. And there’s another obvious benefit: that relentless fatigue you’ve come to accept as normal will be replaced with energy.

But enough talk. If your goal is to get better sleep by tonight, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s how to start building habits that will set you up for a life of good night’s sleep.

1. Turn Off Electronic Devices

Your body needs some time to go from “awake” mode to sleep mode. One of the best things to do to help your body get ready for sleep is to turn off electronic devices before you get into bed. The light from devices keeps your brain turned “on” when you want to turn your brain “off.” If an hour before is a bit of a stretch for you, start with 30 minutes prior, or even 15 minutes. Create a designated space to keep your laptop, iPad, and phone overnight—and make sure it’s out of reach from your bed.

This can be a really tricky thing for many people. Don’t beat yourself up if you find yourself writing emails from under the covers one night. The goal here is to make a concerted effort to be better, not perfect.

2. Create a Nighttime Routine

Ask yourself these questions: What relaxes you? What is something you find soothing? What makes you feel comfortable? These are the kind of things you’re going to look to do before you go to bed. For example, if a warm shower or bath decompresses you from the day, think about making that part of a nighttime ritual. Or if a cup of hot tea is is something that allows you to sit and take a deep breath, that will help you transition to a state of relaxation. A nighttime routine steeped in relaxing activities creates an important transitionary state that will carry you to sleep.

3. Don’t Forget the Basics

Is your bed comfortable? We can get buried in all the details surrounding sleep, but let’s not forget the fundamentals, a.k.a., your bed, pillows, blankets, the lighting, the noise. One of the best parts of sleep is sinking into a cloud of comfort. Is your mattress current (it shouldn’t be older than 10 years) and comfortable? If not, consider investing in a new mattress, or even just a mattress topper. Are your sheets and comforter comfortable and warm? If you’re waking up with a stiff neck, change your pillows STAT. The National Sleep Foundation says that your room should be dark and quiet. If you happen to live in a street-facing apartment, an eye mask and earplugs can work wonders.

4. Beware of Caffeine!

Don’t worry, this article is NOT going to tell you to stop drinking coffee. However, it’s important to monitor your caffeine intake in order to sleep well. A good rule of thumb is to stop your caffeine intake around 2:00 pm.

5. Try to Reduce Your Stress

This one is easier said than done, of course. But we all know that nothing is worse than feeling totally exhausted while lying in bed wide awake with a brain that refuses to shut off. A couple quick and easy ways to help you de-stress before sleep include reading a book, stretching, breathing, or writing your to-do list for the morning.

6. Keep Things Consistent

Good habits are born from repetition. You’re not going to transform your sleep schedule and routine in one night, or one week, or even one month. Introducing, and keeping, good habits takes time. The key here is a commitment to consistency. Try to go to sleep around the same time every night, and try your best not to use your electronic devices in bed. Make an effort to establish a routine. The payout will be worth it. After all, is there anything better than waking up feeling rested and refreshed?

Additional Resources to Help You Get Your Ultimate Sleep:

National Sleep Foundation

Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Arianna Huffington’s Sleep Revolution