General Dentistry & Sleep Apnea Services

Sleep Apnea Treatment
in Towson, MD

Travel Easier

Make travel easier without having to worry about carrying your CPAP around.

Sleep Easier

Consistently sleep more comfortably throughout the night.

Wake Easier

You’ll wake up feeling rejuvenated every morning while managing your sleep apnea.

Stop Suffering From Poor Sleep!

Do you find yourself consistently tired even after a full night’s sleep? Have others mentioned that you snore or notice teeth grinding while you sleep? Are you dealing with sleep-related problems, acid reflux, hypertension, or Type 2 Diabetes? Are anxiety and depression affecting your daily life?

If any of these issues sound familiar, there’s a chance that undiagnosed sleep apnea might be the problem. Sleep apnea is a significant sleep disorder that disrupts your breathing during sleep and could potentially be causing many health problems.

Without appropriate treatment, it not only leads to fatigue but can also have a profound impact on your overall well-being and potentially shorten your lifespan.

Wake Up Feeling Fully Restored

Our mission is to help patients achieve both better breathing and improved sleep. By addressing the root causes of sleep apnea, we empower our patients to take control of their health. Our services include consultations, sleep appliances, snoring treatment, and more.

Obtaining a proper diagnosis of sleep apnea from a qualified sleep specialist is crucial. If you’re experiencing any symptoms of sleep apnea, we encourage you to consult with Dr. Mark Shulman. Common indications of sleep apnea include:

  • Severe drowsiness throughout the day
  • Behavioral changes and irritability
  • Difficulty sleeping throughout the night
  • Snoring
  • An extremely dry or painful throat upon waking up
  • Persistent headaches 

Our approach to treating your sleep apnea can differ depending on the severity of the condition. Begin your path to better sleep today!

Get Restful and Restorative Sleep in Three Easy Steps

By being vigilant about the symptoms of sleep apnea, you are actively contributing to the preservation of both your oral health and overall well-being.

While sleep apnea can affect individuals of any age, the risk escalates significantly as you grow older. Therefore, it becomes increasingly crucial to seek treatment if you identify any of the symptoms associated with this condition.

Step 1. Diagnose

Call our office to schedule an initial consultation with us. We will be able to discuss how we can best help.

Step 2. Design

Our dental team and Dr. Mark Shulman will create a specialized approach to managing your sleep apnea.

Step 3. Dream

You’ll finally enjoy the peaceful and rejuvenating sleep you’ve always wished for each night.

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Meet Dr. Mark Shulman

Dr. Mark Shulman was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland.

He received his high school degree from City College before attending the University of Maryland, where he received a BS in psychology in 1971. He earned his dental degree (D.D.S.) from the University of Maryland in 1975. Dr. Shulman served two years in the U.S. Army Dental Corps from 1975-1977. After completion of his military service he joined his father, Dr. Eli Shulman, in private practice at our current location.

Dr. Shulman’s community involvement includes serving on the Board of St. Joseph’s Medical Center and the Towson Chamber of Commerce.

Dr. Shulman and his wife, Judi, have two sons and two grandsons.


Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious medical condition where during sleep the back of the throat closes and cuts off the normal flow of air to the lungs.

CPAP Alternative

Oral appliance therapy is an alternative treatment to CPAP to address obstructive sleep apnea. Say goodbye to clunky hardware that makes sleeping a challenge.

Oral Sleep Appliances

Oral appliances are a safe, non-invasive and highly effective treatment for sleep apnea. We make a variety of oral appliances that are designed to fit the specific needs of the patient.

Snoring Treatment

Snoring is the result of vibrations in the soft palate and uvula during sleep. Prior to treatment in our office, it will be determined if you have simple snoring (snoring without apnea) or Obstructive Sleep Apnea.