sleep apnea device

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea is a serious medical condition in which one stops breathing during sleep. It can occur in children and adults and can contribute to many diseases - even shortening ones' life. Some signs of sleep apnea include snoring, gasping for air and daytime sleepiness.

Up to 20 percent of adults suffer from sleep apnea and 90 percent of them go undiagnosed. Sleep apnea is deadly and the possibility of its presence must not be ignored.
Please take this short questionnaire to determine your risk for sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea can contribute to:

• Motor vehicle accidents • Depression
• Cardiovascular disease • Weight gain
• Stroke • Morning headaches
• Heart attack • Grinding of teeth
• ADHD • Childhood learning difficulties
• Diabetes • Childhood behavioral issues
• Impotence  

Services provided:

• Referral to sleep physician • Mandibular Advancement Device (Somnomed)
• Take home Sleep Study (ARES) • Titration sleep study

The gold standard for treating sleep apnea is CPAP therapy (Continuous Positive Air Pressure). While very effective, many patients find it undesirable and are not compliant. Another effective treatment is with a mandibular advancement device to hold your lower jaw forward, physically opening your airway. For more information on sleep apnea visit: