All our dental services have resumed
We have resumed all our dental services, curative and preventive
In a time of PANDEMIC :
The Tremblay Dental and Implantology Clinic has implemented one of the safest dental care protocols in response to the pandemic. Our patients can be reassured knowing that our professionals have the necessary expertise in the application of the strictest sterilization and hygiene standards.
We have all the necessary protective equipment, which meet the highest standards. Our sterilization center has been perfected, our rooms are equipped with ventilation and air purification systems with HEPA filters, and our staff is trained in triage.
Call us in case of an emergency
We accept dental emergencies.
YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A DENTAL PROBLEM?
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU,
CONTACT US WITHOUT DELAY : 514 624-0390
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Millions of people suffer from sleep apnea, a breathing problem which disrupts sleep. It often causes short pauses in breathing which may last anywhere between 10 and 30 seconds, sometimes longer. Those who live with this kind of breathing disorder can sometimes experience close to hundreds of apnea spells in a single night’s sleep.
On a much deeper level, apnea prevents the body from having the deep and restorative sleep it needs. When left untreated, apnea can shift to another level, leading to diseases, even premature death.
However, oral devices can efficiently resolve mild to moderate sleep apnea cases. An apparatus is made of a mold that is created out of the patient’s teeth, who will have to place it in his/her mouth at night. This device prevents the jaw and tongue from thrusting back and obstructing breathing. Usually, dentists work closely with sleep physicians in order to choose the right mouthpiece for your jaw and dentition. We cannot but stress the importance of finding the right device because a poorly suited device may result in problems with chewing. Finally, please keep in mind that devices for people who wear dentures have yet to be designed.
These devices are not yet available for people wearing dentures.