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Qualifying Conditions


There are many conditions for which a TAP Sleep Care oral appliance from Airway Management is an excellent form of treatment. Learn more about these conditions and why keeping your airway open with a TAP device can be a simple, effective way to holistically improve your health.

Sleep Disordered Breathing
A group of disorders characterized by abnormal respiratory patterns and insufficient ventilation during sleep. Learn more »

When muscle relaxation occurs, the tongue presses on the flabby tissue at the back of the throat, causing the airway to start collapsing. Learn more »

Upper Airway Resistance
The air passageway narrows so much that the chest muscles and diaphragm have to work very hard to pull air into the lungs. Learn more »

Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Involuntary cessations of breathing that occur while the patient is asleep. Learn more »

Second-hand Snoring
People who sleep next to a snorer have higher levels of fatigue and sleepiness, and may even be at higher risk for hearing loss. Learn more »

To receive a professional diagnosis and treatment with TAP SLEEP CARE, find a dentist or sleep physician near you.

If there is not a provider in your area, please have your primary dentist or physician contact us about providing you with a TAP Sleep Care product.