Dental Services

Dental Services of SLEEPCARE Clinic of Sleep and Respiratory Medicine


Oral devices for the tongue or mandibular advancement, so that it does not move in the oropharyngeal cavity. Such devices are tolerated and effective only in cases where a malformation is diagnosed that can be corrected with these devices.


Correction of dental and skeletal abnormalities, which change the bite pattern and alter the size of the jaw, producing deep or open, crossed, anterior or posterior bites within pathologies, class II. These abnormalities are, in a high percentage, the origin and consequence of mouth breathing and can cause obstructive sleep apnoea.

Sleep Care Clinics
Sleep Care Clinics

Upper Airway Cephalometry

It allows us to have a knowledge of the morphology, physiology, craniofacial pathology and pharyngeal space, to individualise a therapeutic procedure.

Mandibular Advancement Devices

Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD) are acrylic or plastic devices that, when inserted into the dental arches, produce direct and indirect advancement of the jaw and the tongue, hyoid, and suprahioideal musculature, and therefore increase space and permeability in the upper airway, preventing both snoring and blockage of the airways. Each device is personalised and custom-made for each patient according to their specific pathology.


Surgical Mandibular Advancement

Surgical technique that allows the correction of the size and position of the dental arches in order to create enough space to unblock the upper airways. This procedure is necessary when people have a small mandible that recedes in relation to the maxilla, a condition known as retrognathia or class II. This type of malformation especially affects the harmony of the lower part of the face and causes various functional problems, such as sleep apnoea.

Respiratory Rehabilitation or Physiotherapy

Respiratory physiotherapy focused on preventing, treating and stabilising breathing dysfunctions or alterations.

Sleep Care Clinics

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

Multidisciplinary treatment of OSA through which several tests are carried out to identify the possible cause, diagnosis and  treatment OSA.