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Lake Geneva’s

Sleep Apnea Dentists

Drs. Ryan, Jaymie and Mark Braden

Braden Dental Center welcomes you to a different type of family dentistry-where advanced technology combines with a gentle, friendly style to help you maintain a beautiful, healthy smile for a lifetime. Known for their excellence in sleep apnea treatment, Braden Dental Center also features state-of-the-art techniques and procedures–including dental implants to replace missing teeth, digital x-ray technology, gentle soft and hard tissue laser treatment. The team at Braden Dental Center gives you access to all the benefits of modern dentistry.

Dr. Mark Braden, and his son, Dr. Ryan Braden, are Wisconsin natives and both earned their doctorates from the Marquette University School of Dentistry. Each has continued his education by studying with the nation's foremost clinicians. Dr. Jaymie Braden graduated from Marquette School of Dentistry in 2005. Dr. Jaymie will be able to expand the services we can provide due to her advanced training in pediatric dentistry and endodontics.

  • American Dental Association
  • Wisconsin Dental Association
  • Burlington Dental Society
  • Best of Walworth County

What Our Patients Are Saying

Real reviews from some of our patients

An Alternative to Replace Your CPAP

The use of one of our custom oral appliances may reduce obstructive sleep apnea episodes by up to 60%. These dental appliances are ideal since they are small, comfortable and effective. Studies have shown that with this solution, sufficient oxygen is able to reach the lungs by keeping the air passage open throughout the night. Our patients have been excited by this non surgical treatment that can replace a CPAP.

What is Sleep Apnea?

Snoring is caused when the jaw opens and the tongue falls into the back of the throat, causing the airway to narrow and forcing air through the small opening. This creates vibrations in the throat known as snoring. Although snoring seems physically harmless, it can be a warning sign of a more serious and dangerous condition called obstructive sleep apnea.

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the airway completely collapses, blocking airflow to the lungs. The harder one tries to breathe, the tighter the airway seals. This airway obstruction persists until the brain partially awakens the person, unconsciously closing the jaw and returning the tongue and throat to a normal position. This process can occur 50 or more times per hour while asleep, and meanwhile not enough oxygen is being received by the body. If left untreated, sleep apnea can cause: memory problems, high blood pressure, increased risk of stroke, decreased life expectancy, weight gain, depression or irritability, difficulty concentrating, impotency, headaches, and daytime fatigue.

Why not call us today and avoid all of the unpleasant side-effects? Start enjoying life again today, and sleep restfully again!

Benefits of Treatment

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Daytime Alertness

For all the things you do each day, increase concentration, focus, energy, and enjoy life again!

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Restful Sleep

Sleep soundly for both you and your partner. Wake up feeling refreshed, and ready for the day.

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Improved Health

Avoid the many health risks caused by untreated sleep apnea and live a longer, healthier life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is sleep apnea treatment worth it?

Sleep apnea doesn't just cause annoying snoring sounds, it affects the quality and quantity of sleep you get every night. During an apnea event oxygen supply to your body is reduced by the relaxed tissues in your upper respiratory system. This can reduce your alertness, cognitive abilities, memory and has been linked to many other health problems.

Do I really need an oral appliance?

In many circumstances an oral appliance might not be necessary. When you visit us for your complimentary consultation we will provide you with an accurate, honest diagnoses. If you don't actually need an oral appliance we won't try and push you into getting one.

What is the difference between a CPAP appliance and the OSA device alternative?

Not all patients treating sleep apnea with the use of a CPAP appliance can comfortably maintain their treatment. CPAP appliances are uncomfortable, loud, and awkward to wear while trying to sleep. Many users simply stop wearing their appliances at night. The OSA alternative is much smaller, fits more comfortably and can provide the same treatment benefits.

Does insurance cover sleep apnea treatment?

Our wonderful staff will work with you to see if your insurance company will cover the dental implant procedure. In many cases, sleep apnea treatment may be covered by your medical insurance. If for any reason it's not covered, we will let you know and will work with you ​to develop a financial plan if needed. Our patients often tell us that it's completely worth the investment of their time and money to improve the quality of their sleep.

Will I lose anything by coming in for the free consultation?

Of course not. The consultation is completely free of charge. We are limited in how many consultations we can schedule during any given period - so make sure to schedule yours as soon as possible.

Does your office have payment options available?

Yes, ask our office about financing options or payment plans. CareCredit® offers reasonable interest rates for patients who need to finance their dental care.

Braden Dental Center - Drs. Ryan Braden, Mark Braden and Jaymie Braden

Ryan T. Braden, DDS
Mark T. Braden, DDS
Jaymie Braden, DDS

101 Broad Street, Suite 203
Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Call Us Today! (262) 374-5859

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Office Hours

Mon 11:00am–7:00pm
Tue–Thu 8:00am–5:00pm
Fri Closed