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Sleep Disorders Treatment Twin Falls ID | Blum - Health, Wellness & Breathing

Relieve Snoring, TMJ, and Sleep Apnea in Twin Falls, ID.

Get a better night’s sleep with our highly rated treatments

TMJ/Jaw Pain

TMJ dysfunction can lead to trouble chewing, talking, drinking, and cause ear and head aches for extended periods of time.


Snoring during sleep may be a sign, or first alarm, of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

Sleep Apnea

A partial blockage is snoring and a complete blockage is Sleep Apnea.

We Can Treat Your Sleep Apnea and Snoring WITHOUT CPAP

Every day, our Doctors hear from patients, just like you, who have tried the CPAP and found it uncomfortable or unbearable. Our dental-based solutions offer an alternative solution to the CPAP. They are custom fit to the size and shape of your mouth, so that together we find a more comfortable solution.

Patients will see a noticeable improvement in facial symmetry and aesthetics as their Sleep Apnea symptoms dissipate.

We can perform laser treatment that tones and lifts the upper soft palate and eliminates snoring sounds.

Our procedure can be done in 4 simple appointments over an 8 week period.

Vivos System

The Vivos Appliance System represents a breakthrough treatment proven to naturally remodel, reposition, and redevelop the anatomy that surrounds the human airway.

Patients who undergo Vivos Appliance therapy often report a noticeable improvement in facial symmetry and aesthetics as their Sleep Apnea symptoms dissipate. Also, many patients with a history of headaches and pain from TMD (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder) often find lasting relief.

What is Snoring
Snoring is the vibration of respiratory structures and the resulting sound due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping. In some cases, the sound may be soft, but in most cases, it can be loud and unpleasant. Snoring during sleep may be a sign, or first alarm, of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
What is Sleep Apnea
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), is a breathing related sleep disorder which can cause people to snore, as well as pose serious health threats. OSA is a condition that occurs when a person regularly stops breathing (apnea) for 10 seconds or longer with drops in their blood oxygen levels during sleep.
What if I don't like my CPAP?
Every day we treat patients just like you who have tried the CPAP and found it uncomfortable or unbearable. Our dental-based solutions offer an alternative solution to the CPAP. Oral appliances are custom-made to the size and shape of your mouth. Because they are made from impressions we take of your teeth and are adjusted by a dentist trained in dental sleep medicine, they are much more comfortable, and more effective, than any mouthpiece you’ve tried at home. This allows us to comfortably and gently move the lower jaw forward while you sleep and open your airway. By doing this we can get your snoring and sleep apnea under control and offer an effective and FDA-approved alternative to the CPAP machine.

TMJ/Jaw Pain

If you suffer from any TMJ symptoms, the good news is they are often very treatable. The bad news is that not everyone knows how to treat it in an effective way. Our team at Blum has extensive experience in finding the root cause and addressing the sources of craniofacial pain.

We offer a comprehensive exam which includes a 3D scan with our i-CAT machine. Once the problem is identified we provide a treatment plan that will help you heal.


"After nearly a year now of getting good sleep at night, I wanted to write to say thank you for your help in fitting me with what my husband and I affectionately call “my friend.” This simple appliance has been wonderful. I struggled with my C-pap machine and frankly did not have much success with it helping me sleep and remain asleep, but day one with the appliance you created for me has been life changing. It is so simple to use and even take with me when I travel. After a little pillow talk, I put it in my mouth and simply fall asleep and remain asleep. My breathing is natural and easy. I reach deep sleep and remain there without the breathing interruptions or snoring that I experienced before getting my sleep appliance. Both my husband and I are grateful. I sleep better at night and feel better during the day. My energy level and life have improved and I believe that with the better sleep I get now, that I will enjoy better health and a longer life. Thanks again, Dr. Geddes, for your professional help."

Diane B.

Orem, UT

“I have had clicking and grinding for about 15 years in my jaws. I didn’t pay much attention to it until a few months ago when I could hardly open my mouth and bit down on a hamburger. My jaw hurt so bad. I was introduced to Dr. Geddes and his expertise with the treatment of TMJ and sleep apnea. The treatment started and I have an appliance I wear in my mouth during the day and another at night. The journey has started. Dr. Geddes is very knowledgeable, thorough and explains every step so I understand the process. Everyone in the office is so helpful, friendly and caring. I have been wearing the appliances for over a month and I sleep better, not as tired during the day. The ringing in my ears is minimial. The appliances do take sometime to get use but I am determined to get the jaw joint healed up. I really appreciate Dr. Geddes and his concern for my well being. On a scale of 1-10 Dr. Geddes gets a 10!!!!

Linda W.


“Our daughter has suffered intense migraines for over four years. We went through many doctors and tests to seek a cause. After three years, we realized that she was having severe jaw pain. We thought that the jaw was a result of the head pain. As we began investigating, we realized she was damaging her jaw and that the jaw pain was increasing her head pain. We explored some options and found great success with a local doctor to calm the inflammation. We were able to reduce the inflammation but not address the underlying cause. Once the swelling resumed, the jaw continued to increase in pain. Through a chance meeting Dr. Matt Geddes and his intuitive nature in asking many questions about our daughter’s jaw, my husband called me and said, “I feel like we might have an answer.” We began working with Dr. Geddes in November 2019. He was very accommodating and worked with our distance. We live 2 1/2 hours away from his office. We felt hope for the first time in many months. We talked at length about treatment options and felt confidence in his education and his methods. We were especially hopeful because his treatment did not involve medications and his treatment was meant to fix the problem. What we have witnessed in our daughter is relief. She feels relief from constant pain. It would be nice if her migraines completely disappeared, they have not. However, her migraines occur much less often and with less intensity. She is able to eat and function and enjoy being a teenager. Prior to treatment, she was not able to compete athletically as she desired because of the intense jaw pain. She was not able to eat the things she wanted to eat because of jaw pain. Prior to treatment, she slept fitfully and often woke up in the night with pain. Dr. Geddes was so patient to work with her to get the appliances to fit well so they could make a difference. We believe it was his treatment plan that had a direct correlation on the improvement of her jaw and subsequent pain. His office staff was so good to work with and they did all they could to help us with paperwork and understanding the costs. Our daughter has been wearing her appliance now for about four months. Two months into treatment she said, “Mom, my jaw feels so much better.” My only regret in our journey is that we did not know of Dr. Geddes earlier. Our daughters jaw joint was prematurely deteriorating and because of Dr. Geddes’s intervention, we feel she has added life to her jaw joint and great improvement in her well being.

Laura M.


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