Sleep apnea is defined as the cessation of breathing during sleep. Apnea specialists generally agree that there are three different types of sleep apnea: obstructive, central, and mixed. Of these three, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common; central sleep apnea is rare; mixed sleep apnea is a combination of the previous two with treatment being the same as OSA.\r\n
Some of the Symptoms include: loud, frequent snoring, stopping breathing at night, excessive daytime fatigue, The best way to find out if you have sleep apnea is to participate in a sleep study.
Yes. just contact us and we can set you up with a sleep study. We will provide you with all of the equipment you need to do the study in the privacy of your own home.
We provide our clients with an oral appliance. It works by positioning the lower jaw and tongue in a more forward position during sleep. As the tongue moves forward, the airway opens up, making breathing easier.
In most cases, Yes. It depends on your insurance plan. Once we have your insurance information we can check your benefits and let you know if treatment is covered.