Sleep Apnea

Proud to offer Sleep Apnea and snore prevention services in Seattle and Kirkland.

Airway Restrictions – A Real Epidemic

Sleep disorders and sleep apnea has become a greater and more significant health issue in America. According to, 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea and 80% of the cases haven’t even been diagnosed yet.

We want to help! Sleep apnea can have significant health implications, especially when left untreated. Here at Paramount Dental Center, we want to help you discover solutions to remedy this frustrating and serious problem. It will benefit you and the one sleeping next to you, every night.

The airVata™ is a perfect for those who clench, grind, have jaw pain and want snoring reduction.

It is a combination day appliance and nighttime appliance used to treat jaw clicking, jaw locking, jaw pain, muscle pain, fatigue, fragmented sleep and overall better performance in work, play and sleep.

Complications of Untreated
Sleep Apnea

A good night’s sleep is the time our body needs to regenerate and heal from the processes of each day. When sleep apnea robs our bodies of this time to recover, some serious medical conditions can arise, and this is one reason why we’ve integrated wellness into our dentistry. Your wellness, as well as your oral health, is important to us. According to the Mayo Clinic complications from sleep apnea may include the following:

Daytime Fatigue

Repeated awaking at night from sleep apnea makes restorative sleep impossible. Without this healing sleep time, you’re likely to have fatigue, irritability, and daytime drowsiness.

High Blood Pressure or Heart Problems

When your airway is restricted, your blood oxygen levels suddenly drop. This increases blood pressure and strains your cardiovascular system, which leads to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and abnormal heartbeating.

Type 2 Diabetes

Sleep apnea increases your risk of developing Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes.

Liver Disease

Studies have shown that people with sleep apnea are more likely to show signs of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Metabolic Syndrome

Symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome include high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, high blood sugar and an increased waist circumference which is linked to a higher risk of heart disease.

Sleep-deprived Partners

Noone likes to sleep next to a loud snoring partner because it also prevents them from healthy restorative sleep. Your sleep apnea complications are also applied to the partner you’re keeping up at night. 

Treatment of Airway Restrictions and Sleep Apnea

One of the most common ways of treating sleep disorders and sleep apnea is using a CPAP machine.  The problem with this solution, though effective, is very cumbersome and uncomfortable.

airVata™ was created to open your airway but it may correct other health concerns as well including:

  • frequent cavities
  • broken teeth
  • snoring
  • facial pain, jaw pain
  • headaches
  • clenching and grinding teeth
  • tongue positioning and function

Because airflow influences everything, you could start feeling better in unexpected ways, too. For example, your sleep and your relationship might improve because you are not snoring all night long!

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Get Started Today. Simple Process!

Our dentists are specially trained airVata dentists who will guide you through the process with 2 simple steps:

Step 1

Get 3D digital impressions at our office

Step 2

Follow up screenings, visits, and treatment advised our dentists.
May include a home sleep test.

Step 3


work better. play better. sleep better.

What People Are Saying:

My headaches are almost non-existent. Being pain free was great but after 2 weeks of wearing it each night, I didn’t feel the need to take my anxiety medication.

16 yr. old girl

I wore other night guards in the past. I wasn’t sure I could tolerate another one. Once I got it in my mouth and slept with it, I was surprised at how comfortable it was. I wished I would have gotten this sooner.

52 yr. old man

I thought a full night’s sleep wasn’t possible for me anymore. I took a leap of faith and wore just the lower piece – to try and get used to it. I did sleep better, but what surprised me was that for the first time in 2 years I didn’t have to get up and pee in the middle of the night.

62 yr. old doctor

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