Sleep Apnea Dentists in Mason, OH

Get the Rest You Need to Conquer Your Day

Do You…


Snore Loudly or Snort While Sleeping?


Clench & Grind Your Teeth At Night?


Have Severe Morning or Daytime Headaches?


Feel Drowsy During the Day & Like You Can’t Get Enough Sleep?

You May Be Suffering from Sleep Apnea

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a common medical condition where a person stops breathing for dozens (or even hundreds) of times every night due to airway blockage. Each time this happens C02 builds up, your blood pressure rises, and your body startles you awake to restart proper breathing.

This is a very dangerous condition with negative consequences for both your quality of life and your health. Serious cases of sleep apnea may reduce your life expectancy by up to 10 years.

Thankfully, with proper sleep apnea treatment, you can reduce your risk and limit (or completely stop) your snoring.

Our Mason sleep apnea dentist is here to help you sleep restfully and safely again.

Did you know: Almost 20 million people in the US have sleep apnea, but many don’t even know it!

Those most common risk factors include:

  • Men 40+ years old
  • Overweight
  • Smokers
  • Those with a family history of sleep apnea

If you think you may be suffering from sleep apnea, you owe it to yourself to find out for sure.

Call (513) 770-4370 to schedule your sleep apnea consultation.

How We Treat Sleep Apnea

AWe offer personalized sleep apnea treatments to help you sleep, breathe, and feel better.

Based on the severity of your sleep apnea symptoms, sleep apnea test results, and the recommendations of your physician, your sleep apnea treatment may include:

CPAP Machine

The CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine is the gold standard for relieving dangerous and severe sleep apnea symptoms. A CPAP machine is worn over your face at night. The machine gently adjusts your lower jaw, opening your airway and preventing obstruction.

Oral Appliance

Best for those with mild to moderate symptoms or for those who cannot tolerate a CPAP machine, our oral sleep apnea appliance. Worn like a retainer or mouth guard, this appliance keeps your airway open all night long. Sleep apnea appliances are small, comfortable, and custom-made to fit your mouth.

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We’ll work closely with your doctor to create a sleep apnea treatment plan to fit to your needs and deliver the best results.

What to Expect from Your Appointment at Cedar Village Dentistry


Comfort-First and Judgment-Free Approach


Care Focused on Your Health & Happiness


Minimally-Invasive Treatments


Friendly & Compassionate Staff

Patient Stories

They genuinely care about your time and well being. One of the best dentist offices i’ve ever been to and I will continue to come here.”


Cedar Village Dentistry Supports Our Community

We’re proud to call Mason, Ohio home and sponsor these great organizations...
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Office Information

Phone: (513) 770-4370

Monday / Tuesday / Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 7am - 4pm
Every other Saturday: 8am - 1pm

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5212 Cedar Village Dr. Mason, OH 45040

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and Financing

Are you worried about paying for your sleep apnea treatment? We make it easy to invest in your health by accepting cash, checks, credit cards, and offering flexible financing and payment options, including CareCredit.

cedar village insurance options

We accept most insurance plans and will help you maximize your benefits.

No insurance? No problem.


Our membership plan includes:

  • 2 cleanings
  • All exams
  • Needed x-rays
  • Oral cancer screening 
  • 30% off deep cleanings 
  • 15-20% discount on treatments


All for just $369 a year.


Call (513) 770-4370 to learn more.

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Mason general dentist Dr. Dooley

“I was recently diagnosed with sleep apnea myself. Treating it — in myself and my patients — has now become one of my passions.”