CPAP Alternative

Difficulty using CPAP? Learn about how Oral Appliance Therapy works and the benefits of it.

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Treatment for Snoring

Get snoring treatment that can create better sleep and better health for you or your loved one.

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Free Screening

Causes of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea causes you to stop breathing while you sleep and can cause other health issues.

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Jaw Pain Relief

Explore TMJ treatment options for long-term pain relief and improved overall health.

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Request an Appointment

Contact us to book an appointment and receive your free sleep apnea screening.

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Patient Testimonials

Phoenix Sleep Apnea Treatment

Why Choose Agave Sleep & Wellness

Agave Sleep & Wellness strives to make a good night’s sleep and a pain-free life a reality for each and every patient we treat.

We are a medical practice in Phoenix, Arizona that focuses exclusively on helping the millions of Americans who suffer needlessly from poor sleep and chronic jaw pain. If you’re experiencing any of the following conditions, we can help:

How we treat chronic tiredness and jaw pain

Patients who experience snoring, sleep apnea, or Temporomandibular Joint Disorder TMJ/TMD can enjoy a better quality of life through our state-of-the-art Oral Appliance Therapy, combined with other solutions customized for their unique needs.

Agave Sleep & Wellness is pleased to offer Digital Impressions for your oral appliance through our iTero scanner. This eliminates using impression material in your mouth and fear of gagging.

Connect with us today for a FREE screening in Phoenix to see how we can help you enjoy better sleep and less pain!

Meet Beth Hamann, DDS

Dr. Beth Hamann has enjoyed practicing general dentistry for over 30 years.  Her continuing education has centered on the area of dental sleep medicine, as she is passionate about helping people with sleep disorders.  Dr. Hamann is trained to provide a comfortable treatment option for patients who suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea, snoring and Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD).  Her goal is to help you sleep better so that you will experience a greater quality of life.

According to Dr. Hamann, “it is incredibly rewarding to give life back to a patient who is chronically tired or pain-ridden.” She’s thrilled to dedicate her practice exclusively to the treatment of sleep disorders and TMJ.

Dr. Hamann is a proud Diplomat of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy. She is also a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Meet Shari Aftahi, DMD

Dr. Shari Aftahi received her degree in Dental Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995. She further pursued her advance training and completed her residency at the Veteran’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Aftahi has been practicing dentistry in Arizona for the past 20 years. She has also acted as an adjunct faculty at the AT Still School of Dentistry. Her interest in helping patients with Sleep Disorders has led to take extensive training in the area of Sleep Apnea and Oral Appliance Therapy.

Our Services

We provide state-of-the-art Oral Appliance Therapy to treat snoring, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and TMJ at our Phoenix office.

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CPAP Alternative

At Agave Sleep & Wellness, we treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea using a custom-made oral appliance, similar to a lightweight sports mouth guard. This comfortable, convenient oral appliance helps keep the airway open during sleep.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea causes you to stop breathing multiple times throughout the night. You wake up tired and can suffer from a number of related health issues.

Snoring

Snoring is more than a nuisance. It can affect the quality of sleep for both the person who snores, and the loved ones who sleep beside them. When you don’t get the sleep you need—your health suffers, and so does your happiness.

Jaw Pain/TMJ

TMJ/TMD happens when an imbalance occurs in the jaw muscles and joint, causing widespread pain and discomfort that often goes undiagnosed. Infections, jaw injury, and orthodontic procedures may all lead to TMJ.