If you snore, know someone that snores or struggle with CPAP,  our doctors can help you with dental sleep apnea treatment.  There are two types of patients we typically treat for obstructive sleep apnea.

Patients Struggling with CPAP – CPAP is very effective in treating sleep apnea, however compliance has always been the issue.  You may be a candidate for a dental sleep apnea appliance that can be used as an alternative to CPAP.
Patients That Snore – While some patients have already been diagnosed with sleep apnea, others that snore may not know they have OSA.  We recommend a sleep study to determine whether or not you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea and treat accordingly.

Signs You May Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Falling asleep during the day
Loud snoring
Always feeling tired
Waking from sleep with a gasping or choking sound
Insomnia
Falling asleep while driving
Dry mouth or sore throat when you wake up
Have trouble concentrating
Morning headaches
Dangers of Not Treating Sleep Apnea

There are several dangers that can occur when sleep apnea is left untreated.

Here are just a few of the potential risks.

Heart disease
High blood pressure
Type 2 Diabetes
Weight gain
Adult asthma
Acid reflux
Car accidents

We offer complimentary obstructive sleep apnea treatment consultations at our Haverford office.  Please give us a call today to arrange your appointment, it could save your life!

We recommend patients seeking snoring / sleep apnea treatment in the greater Philadelphia to contact our Haverford office today. During your consultation we can discuss the process of the necessary sleep study and show different dental appliances that we use.