Alternative CPAP Solution for Sleep Apnea

Easy, Portable, Comfort Fit Oral Appliance

Why Does a Dentist Care About My Sleep Health?

Because your sleep matters! People who suffer from airway instability and sleep disordered breathing often present with multiple dental problems such as grinding and clenching, fractured teeth, gum disease, loss of enamel, delayed wound healing, and low pain tolerance

Poor sleep health can also dramatically increase your risk for serious health conditions like hypertension, diabetes, stroke, and heart failure.

Our Team Can Help You Get The Sleep You Deserve

Most people who are diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea are prescribed CPAP therapy and over 50% of people who try a CPAP discover that they can not tolerate wearing one for reasons like feeling claustrophobic, restriction of movement while sleeping, stomach sleepers, dry nose/mouth/throat, rhinitis, nasal congestion, sore eyes, and headaches. Sleep Matters LLC provides safe, effective, and comfortable alternatives endorsed by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.


Dr. Randal Silver, DMD

Dr. Silver earned his degree in dentistry in 2004 from Nova Southeastern University and spent an additional year of study in Advanced Education in General Dentistry while serving in the United States Air Force. Dr. Silver took his first dental sleep medicine course over 10 years ago, and since then he’s been on a mission to help as many people as he can get the sleep that they deserve. He is excited to serve his community by providing much needed treatment for people that are suffering from sleep disordered breathing.
Dr Silver has completed over 400 hours of continuing education courses in dental sleep medicine and has earned his diplomate status with the American Sleep and Breathing Academy . He is also currently enrolled in the Diplomate program through the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and has achieved their first level of mastery earning him the status of a qualified dental sleep medicine provider with plans to complete his second diplomate certification with them in 2024 . Dr. Silver is also a proud member of the International Academy of Sleep, where he attends quarterly conferences to continue his education in dental sleep medicine.

When not working, Dr. Silver enjoys spending time with his family and engaging in strategy games like backgammon and poker. He also enjoys traveling, hiking, and relaxing with a good book (he might be a sci-fi/fantasy nerd).

India Jose, Sleep Care Coordinator

India joined the team in October of 2021 as our Sleep Care Coordinator. India has a passion for helping people and a family history of sleep apnea that brings the struggle of treating it effectively close to her heart. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and her proudest accomplishment is climbing Mount Fuji in August of 2018.

Sleep Apnea Solutions
Custom-fit with you in mind

Oral Appliance Therapy

The no mask CPAP alternative treatment for sleep apnea and snoring.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

A custom treatment plan designed with your lifestyle in mind.

Snoring Treatment

We find the root cause of your snoring and provide custom comfortable solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Sleep Apnea?

The word apnea comes from the latin meaning, “without breath” Sleep apnea occurs when a person’s breathing becomes very shallow or stops completely for short durations while sleeping, and can occur hundreds of times throughout the night.

How Does Sleep Apnea Affect Me?

Untreated sleep apnea can wreak havoc on your body. Untreated sleep apnea can cause morning headaches, day time fatigue, depression, hypertension and gerd. It can also increase your chances for developing diabetes, periodontitis, and cardiovascular disease leading to increased risk for stroke, developing cancer, and heart failure. Studies have shown that untreated sleep apnea can shorten your lifespan by 10-20 years.

Is Sleep Deprivation Harmful To My Health?

Sleep apnea can disrupt a patient’s deep sleep cycle, causing persistent sleep deprivation. Not only can this make a person feel tired and fatigued throughout the day, it can also lead to increased risk for high blood pressure, depression, headaches, ADHD symptoms, diabetes, stroke, and heart failure.

Why Do I Snore?

Unless a patient is suffering from sinus or nasal congestion, snoring is a symptom of a collapsed or obstructed airway. The soft palate and collapsed tissues in the back of the throat can vibrate as air passes through it. It is this vibrating tissue that produces the sound of snoring. Common causes are large tonsils, sleeping position, alcohol consumption, excess weight around the neck, or sleeping pills and muscle relaxers. Snoring can also be a sign of sleep disorders, UARS (upper airway resistance syndrome) and OSA (obstructive sleep apnea). These disorders cause sleep deprivation and lead to increased headaches, migraines, heartburn, and an increased risk of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.

How Do I Stop Snoring?

At-home treatments for snoring include regular exercise, weight loss, and avoiding sleeping pills, alcohol, and sedatives before going to bed. However, if these treatments fail to resolve a patient’s snoring or if you are unsure if you are still snoring, you should contact us today for a complimentary sleep evaluation.

How Is Sleep Apnea Treated?

The 4 main treatment options for patients with obstructive sleep apnea are: oral appliance therapy, CPAP, surgery, and the inspire implant. Sleep Matters LLC will review your sleep study and the recommendations provided by a board certified sleep physician to help you select the best treatment option that best meets your needs.

What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when a patient’s throat muscles relax and obstruct airflow, interrupting the natural breathing cycle.

What Is Central Sleep Apnea?

More uncommon than obstructive sleep apnea, this type of disorder is also more dangerous. Central sleep apnea is a condition in which the patient’s muscles do not receive the signals that monitor breathing movement.

What is CPAP Therapy?

CPAP, stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. Using a mask, the CPAP machine presses air through the nose and mouth and into the lungs. The consistent air pressure prevents the airway from collapsing, allowing the sleeping patient to take deep, uninterrupted breaths. However, some patients react negatively to CPAP therapy, because for many people, a CPAP machine can cause extreme discomfort. Sleep Matters offers comfortable effective alternatives for people who are CPAP-intolerant. Call us today for a complimentary consultation if you are struggling with your CPAP.

What is Oral Appliance Therapy?

Oral Appliance Therapy effectively and comfortably treats obstructive sleep apnea through custom fitted oral appliances that reposition the jaw in a precise way preventing the airway from collapsing. The most common appliance is a MRD or mandibular repositioning device. Sleep Matters is able to offer a variety of different oral appliances to custom fit our patients for maximum comfort and effectiveness.

Do you accept my medical insurance?

Sleep Matters will work closely with your medical insurance to ensure we minimize your cost. We will perform a complimentary verification of your benefits and we can provide flexible payment options if needed. Our mission is to ensure that all of our patients can breath easy.


I have been wearing my oral appliance for a year and a half. I feel way more rested then I did before and it also has helped a lot with not grinding my teeth at night. I definitely recommend Dr. Silver!

Amy Venegas

My husband and I used to fight all the time about my loud snoring. After starting oral appliance therapy, my snoring has stopped, along with our night time fighting. I would highly recommend Dr. Silver for anyone that snores loudly, or has a sleep issue!

Courtney Bishop