Please feel free to leave your contact information on our phone system if we are not there to answer personally. We will check for messages periodically and WILL return your call. Depending on scheduling availabilities, it might be possible to arrange a complimentary virtual consultation with Dr. Stern to discuss your sleep-related concerns.

We do apologize for any inconvenience as we all navigate this pandemic "Together".

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Snoring and CPAP Solutions in Willoughby Hills, OH

Our goal at Snoring and CPAP Solutions LLC is to help Greater Cleveland and Lake County residents sleep well, wake up refreshed, and stop snoring – all without the use of a noisy CPAP machine! We are proud to offer quality snoring and sleep apnea solutions.


Simply Snoring, Or a Symptom of Something More Serious?

Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea can have a negative impact on health in more ways than you might imagine. Beyond the lack of sleep, sleep apnea interrupts breathing, depriving your body of oxygen. When you suddenly stop breathing, your brain kicks into panic mode, partially waking you up. When the airway first starts opening, it vibrates (loudly) as the breath passes through. If you’ve ever wondered what causes snoring, sleep apnea could be the answer.

How can you tell if it’s sleep apnea? Our online sleep survey is a good place to start, as it helps you assess your potential sleep apnea risk. If you think that you might have sleep apnea, or if you are looking for an effective snoring treatment, come in for a no-cost consultation with Dr. Stern.



Dr. Michael Stern
Dr. Michael Stern


Fast facts about sleep apnea

  • Tens of millions of Americans have OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) – approximately 25%
  • Most do not know they have it
  • The number one symptom is snoring – loudly
  • Other symptoms include excessive daytime sleepiness, difficulty thinking clearly, and general poor health
  • More than half of apnea patients can’t tolerate full time CPAP use
  • Oral appliance therapy is an effective alternative, with dozens of FDA-cleared devices

Expertise you can count on

Patient preferred physician, Lake County, OH

Dr. Stern is a Fellow of the International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics, Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management, a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and also of The American Sleep and Breathing Academy, with 20 years of experience treating sleep apnea. He focuses on oral appliance therapy, which is a technique of maintaining optimal airway position using a small, custom made dental device.

Dr Stern has trained in Dental Sleep Medicine at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, and is involved in ongoing advanced training from the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

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Why oral appliance therapy is the preferred alternative to CPAP

An apnea appliance is custom-made, and fits your teeth similar to a dental mouth guard. There are no tubes, masks, or noisy machines involved. It is convenient when traveling, comfortable to wear, and does not affect the humidity of air you are breathing.

The best way to find out about the benefits of sleep apnea treatment is to experience them for yourself. Come see Dr. Stern at Snoring and CPAP Solutions LLC in Lake County, OH for a free apnea consultation to learn more.

Dr. Michael Stern

Snoring and CPAP Solutions LLC
Dr. Michael Stern

Snoring and CPAP Solutions LLC is committed to helping patients with sleep disorders such as snoring and sleep apnea that interferes with their day to day life. Dr. Stern is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine and holds more than 2 decades of experience in the field.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, dentists can treat sleep apnea using a convenient oral appliance. These oral appliances are often just as effective as CPAP machines, without the bulkiness and noise. Oral appliances can also be helpful if your CPAP mask makes you feel claustrophobic because they fit inside your mouth comfortably.

Dentists are trained to look for abnormalities in your mouth and throat. Your dental team likely sees your mouth the most and they know what to look for. Sleep apnea issues can be physically visible and even if you don’t realize it, you may be suffering.

People in all stages and walks of life develop sleep apnea, but there are factors that put you more at risk. Some of the factors that can put you at greater risk are if you’re male, over the age of 40, overweight, or smoke. Sometimes, lifestyle changes can be combined with professional treatment to further reduce your symptoms.


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