Treating Patients With Sleep Disorders in the Greater Merrimack Valley

If you think you may have a sleep disorder, you can turn to Smiles by Stylos Dental Health & Sleep Center for treatment. We’ve been serving patients from across the Greater Merrimack Valley since 1987, and our team includes a knowledgeable Sleep Solutions Ambassador who can help you navigate the treatment process.

What Sleep Disorders Do We Treat?

The skilled providers at Smiles by Stylos have experience treating a wide array of sleep disorders, including:

· Bruxism – This is characterized by the clenching, gnashing, or grinding of teeth. Bruxism that occurs while someone is asleep is considered to be a sleep-related movement disorder.

· Sleep apnea – This condition causes someone’s breathing to repeatedly stop and start while they’re asleep. There are various types of sleep apnea, the most common being obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which occurs when the throat muscles relax and prevent air from flowing into the lungs.

· Snoring – While almost everyone snores occasionally, snoring can be a chronic issue for certain individuals.

· Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction – This condition affects the temporomandibular joint, which connects the jawbone to the skull. It can lead to jaw pain and stiffness, difficulty opening and closing the mouth, and numerous other unpleasant symptoms.

The Convenient Choice for Sleep Disorder Treatment

At Smiles by Stylos, we understand how busy our patients’ lives can be. Between work, school, and other obligations, it can be difficult for many Greater Merrimack Valley residents to fit in appointments for sleep services during the standard nine-to-five workday.

With that in mind, we proudly offer extended hours for our patients’ convenience—our Chelmsford, Massachusetts, office is open on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., making us a great choice for individuals requiring early-morning appointments. Contact us today and one of our friendly team members can schedule a sleep disorder appointment at a date and time that works for you.