An intraoral snoring appliance consists of a removable retainer inserted at bedtime. It works by gently holding the lower jaw forward to create a wider opening, thus avoiding airway obstructions. There is also an oral appliance that has a tongue sleeve that holds the tongue in a position that unblocks the throat.

Dr. Gary Greenberg, with over 20 years experience treating patients with obstructive sleep apnea, is currently on the medical staff in the Department of Surgery/Dentistry at St. Joseph's and SUNY at Upstate Hospitals. He also maintains a private practice in downtown Syracuse. Dr. Greenberg frequently lectures to physicians, dentists, sleep technicians and sleep sufferers nationwide.

Gary Greenberg, DMD, F.A.G.D.

 

 

Gary Greenberg, D.M.D., F.A.G.D. | 913 Old Liverpool Road, Liverpool, NY 13088 | 315.422.1788

 

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