Cavendish House Dental Practice

Enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep

Mandibular appliances to reduce snoring and treat sleep apnoea

Enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep

Mandibular appliances to reduce snoring and treat sleep apnoea

Sleep Apnoea Treatment in Finchley, North London

If you’re looking for affordable sleep apnoea and anti-snoring treatment in Finchley, North London, our experienced team can help.

We offer highly effective treatment with mandibular repositioning appliances to tackle these conditions and greatly improve the quality of your sleep.

Anti Snoring

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How much is sleep apnoea or anti-snoring treatment?

We strive to offer high quality treatment and care at affordable prices, and all our costs are kept as competitive as possible in comparison to other dentists in the area.

Our prices for sleep apnoea treatment are listed below.

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Sleep apnoea appliance

Our experienced sleep apnoea and anti-snoring expert:

Dr Melissa Rosten

GDC No. 72237

Kevin Silver Principal at Cavendish Dental in Finchley

Dr Kevin Silver

GDC No. 62080

Our sleep apnoea and anti-snoring treatments are carried out by Dr Melissa Rosten and Dr Kevin Silver, who have over 60 years experience in dentistry between them.

Both are highly skilled in using madibular appliances to effectively treat sleep apnoea and snoring.

Effective treatment of snoring and sleep apnoea

Everyone deserves to be able to sleep restfully at night. Unfortunately many people suffer from conditions that impact the sleep patterns of both themselves and their loved ones.

Snoring and sleep apnoea are two common sleep conditions related to breathing and the functionality of the airways. Our team have excellent knowledge of both and are able to provide effective treatment using mandibular devices.

These mouth pieces are designed to be worn in the mouth throughout the night. They are custom-fitted by the dentist to sit accurately in place, making them as comfortable to wear as possible.

The advantages of mandibular appliances

Frequently asked questions​ about anti-snoring and sleep apnoea

Why does snoring happen?

During sleep, the soft tissues in your mouth, throat and airways tend to become more relaxed. This can cause them to vibrate when breathing, producing the sound commonly known as snoring.

If you carry excess weight, consume alcohol, smoke or sleep on your back, you are more likely to be a snorer.

What is sleep apnoea?

Common symptoms at night are:

  • The stopping and starting of breathing
  • Gasping for breath or starting to choke
  • Frequently waking
  • Snoring very audibly


In the day, you may also notice:

  • Feeling very tired
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Mood swings
  • Headaches upon waking
How do mandibular devices work?
This device consists of two splints, which fit snugly over the upper and lower teeth. These are linked via connectors, slightly shifting the lower jaw forward to increase the width of the airways.
Will wearing the device affect my ability to sleep?

The device may feel unfamiliar at first, but you should soon adapt. The splints and connectors are customised to fit comfortably in place and shouldn’t cause too much distraction.

Once you’ve become accustomed to wearing it, your sleep should start to improve due the positive impact on your breathing.

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