Sleep is a time for 

us to heal.

Did you know that many dentists are trained to help treat and manage your snoring and sleep apnea? Dental sleep medicine is an area of dental practice that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Dentists work together with physicians to identify the best treatment for each patient. The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) is a professional society for dentists who help patients control snoring and obstructive sleep apnea through the use of oral appliance therapy. 

Dr Robert Villwock

Dr Robert Villwock

Dr Bob became passionate about treating Sleep Apnea for two reasons.  First, patients began asking him for CPAP alternatives. Second, Dr. Bob suffers from Sleep Apnea and struggled with his CPAP. Dr Bob became a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine in 2017 and in 2019 received Diplomate status from the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. This makes Dr Bob one of only about 700 dentists who have achieved Diplomate status. He maintains his Diplomate status with ongoing continuing sleep education while networking with other Sleep Apnea Dentists. Dr Bob looks forward to working with you and your Sleep Physician to help you sleep better.

Dentists Treat Sleep Apnea, Too

Signs and Symptoms of OSA

Red Flags During


Red Flags When

You're Awake

Other Symptoms

During Sleep

Other Symptoms when

You're Awake


Heavy Breathing

Witnessed pauses in Breath

Choking or Gasping

Restless Sleep

Frequent trips to the Bathroom

Daytime Sleepiness


Lack of Energy
Mood Changes


Poor Concentration

Early Morning Headaches

Acid Reflux

Heavy Sweating 

Teeth Grinding

Slow Reaction Times

Inability to Think Clearly

Impotence, Low Sex Drive

Acid Reflux

slowe reaction times

Slow Reaction Times

Inability to Think Clearly

Impotence, Low Sex Drive

Advantages of Oral

Appliance Therapy


Easy to Wear



Convenient for Travel

Easy to Care For

Minimal Disturbance to Others 

Benefits of Therapy

Deeper, more restful sleep

Increased Alertness and Concentration

Increased Energy and Motivation

Lower Blood Pressure

Decreased Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke

Decreased feeling of Depression and Anxiety

Ability to Lose Weight

Improved Sex Drive

Treating sleep apnea promotes a healthier heart, body and mind. With

 Dr Bob's help, you can improve your sleep and your health!


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Robert Villwock, DDS    •    1401 Kingston Terrace,  Green Bay, WI  54302


(920) 544-0084   •   fax: (920) 465-4479   •





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