If you’re ready to say goodbye to sleepless nights, contact the Sleep Apnea Wellness Center today. When you choose our facility, we will help you:
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder, often associated with loud persistent snoring. In general, those with sleep apnea experience episodes of interrupted breathing throughout the night. This prohibits oxygen from accessing the body and the brain. As a result, those with sleep apnea experience a variety of short-term and long-term health consequences.
Many don’t realize that they have it since the symptoms can be difficult for you to detect on your own. But due to the seriousness of the disorder, it’s important to seek treatment right away. So even if you only have 1 or 2 symptoms of sleep apnea, it’s best to be on the safe side and get it checked out.
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When choosing the right doctor and dentist for the job to handle your sleep apnea and snoring issues, make sure they are credentialed in dental sleep medicine.
We hear too many times from new patients telling us their cheap unfortunate incident from other non-board certified dentists in the area. You want an experience that will positively impact your life. Someone who really understands the ins and outs of how sleep apnea and snoring can be treated with new technologies and advancements in science.
Your snoring may be disrupting more than just your partner. If you’re waking up abruptly throughout the night, feeling tired and irritable throughout the day, and experiencing troubles breathing, it’s time to see us to discuss potentially life-threatening sleep apnea.
We do not prescribe or provide CPAP Machines however, this is the most common way to treat Sleep Apnea. With a CPAP machine, you wear a mask that sends a constant flow of pressure through your airway. This prevents breathing interruption while you sleep. We recommend Oral Sleep Appliances as an alternative to CPAP. Sleep Apnea Mouthpieces create a more comfortable sleep experience.
#1 Prescribed Device in America
An oral appliance feels similar to a mouthguard. It supports your jaw in a forward position, which helps to maintain an open airway. This is especially effective for patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, which relaxes the muscles in your throat and blocks the airway during sleep. Oral appliances are a safe, comfortable alternative to CPAP machines.
Need a quick diagnostic to figure out if you have sleeping disorders? Take our free Sleep Apnea Online Test and find out now! Be aware that the diagnostics on this online test is limited compared to the tests performed in a sleep physicians office.
Dr. James Horan, D.M.D. is the Director of Clinical Services for the Sleep Apnea Wellness Center. He has dedicated his career to helping both individuals with sleep disorders as well as dental problems. Dr. Horan is passionate about improving the quality of life of his patients, putting their health and well-being first. This passion has led him to combine his expertise in sleep medicine and dentistry to provide safe, comfortable sleeping options for individuals with sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.