CAUTION: Snoring & Sleep Apnea can be serious medical problems.

Improperly treated obstructive sleep apnea can increase the risk for:

  • heart attack
  • stroke
  • diabetes
  • and other serious illnesses.

Choosing the right sleep-disorders dentist, who is qualified to work with your physician, is essential to your health or the health of a loved one.  As a sleep-disorders dentistry in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Legacy Dental brings you a wealth of knowledge and experience including:

Additional training and knowledge of sleep medicine

Training in oral appliance therapy and up to date research

Experience with many different appliance types

Solid relationships with local sleep labs and sleep physicians

The most current and emerging trends in treatment options

Ability to derive maximum insurance benefits for you

A team approach with other professionals

A proven follow-up system to ensure YOUR healthy results long-term

Obstructive sleep apnea is a serious medical problem that has been associated with cardiac problems, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, ED, gastro-esophageal reflux disease, and numerous other medical problems. Neither snoring nor sleep apnea should be taken lightly, as your health is at stake. Recent research is beginning to explore the complex interrelationships between sleep apnea and these other medical problems. Management by a dentist should always involve interaction with your family physician, cardiologist, pulmonologist and/or endocrinologist.  And that’s why we are here to help.

The good news is that solutions are often far easier and less invasive than patients ever imagined!


The solutions we provide can ensure a good night’s sleep for your bed partner and that you can spend the night in the same room. More importantly, it can help prevent heart disease, sudden cardiac death, high blood pressure, stroke,diabetes, depression, memory loss and even erectile dysfunction.  On top of this, it can also help prevent driving and work-related accidents caused by the excessive daytime sleepiness related to sleep apnea.

Call our office (260) 434-1133 to learn more about how we can successfully treat sleep apnea.