Do you think you may have sleep apnea but don’t want to take an overnight hospital sleep test? You don’t have to.
Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea but hate the idea of using a c-pap machine? We will help you.
Have you really tried to wear your c-pap but just can’t get used to it and wish there was another solution? Now there is.
The experts at Sleep Apnea Solutions have the answer for you.
The most common type of treatment is a c-pap (Continuous Positive Air Pressure) device with blasts air down the patients throat to keep the airway open. Although they are highly effective, patients are frequently non-compliant with c-pap devices and do not wear them. Other treatments include oral appliances, surgery and weight loss. There is a better way.
Oral Appliances for sleep apnea and snoring work by stabilizing the collapsible/flexible tissue in the airway. They don’t necessarily make the airway larger, they make it less collapsible. A proper oral appliance is becoming a popular alternative to c-pap devices. But not all are created equal.
Do you really need a c-pap?
Sleep Apnea - The Basics
Apnea: "without breath" or suffocating
Sleep Apnea: Without breath during sleep or suffocating in your sleep
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Breathing stoppage by mechanical obstruction of the airway or your body "choking" on itself during the night
Central Sleep Apnea: Breathing stoppage caused by neurological condition, or your brain forgetting to tell you to breath
The Process Is Simple.
Sleep study at the hospital hooked up to machines? No thanks. Make an appointment with Sleep Apnea Solutions, and our simple process will determine what your needs might be. From that appointment, you can take a sleep test in the comfort of your own home, return to our office and we will order your custom oral appliance that fits your mouth, and needs, perfectly.
A Typical Dental Sleep Medicine Case:
1. Initial intake records
2. Airway evaluation with pharyngometer/rhinometer
3. Diagnostic sleep test - in the comfort of your own home
4. Follow up appointment with doctor
5. Physician order for appliance
6. Follow up sleep test
40% of adults over 40 years of age snore. 18% of men and 8% of women between 30-70 suffer from some form of OSA. Less than 10% of OSA sufferers have been diagnosed, and of those, less than 25% have been successfully treated.
When left untreated, OSA can take 12-15 years off your life, and increase the risk of glaucoma. Even worse than smoking or diabetes, sleep apnea raises the risk of dying early by 46%.
For more information about how we can help, click here.
Our Solution is Affordable
We offer hassle-free medical insurance billing and support.