Are You Suffering From Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Obstructive sleep apnea happens when your breathing is interrupted while you sleep. Sleep apnea can have a major impact on your daily life. If you are tired during the day, experience frequent mood swings, or wake up with headaches on a regular basis, it’s time to break free.
How Do I Know I Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
You may not know right away if you have sleep apnea. Over time, however, you will begin to notice signs. You might be sleepy during the day. Maybe you have a hard time staying awake at work or even while you’re driving. Poor sleep may be having an effect on your mood. You find yourself snapping at family members more than usual. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms associated with sleep deprivation, you may have obstructive sleep apnea.
If you have mild to moderate sleep apnea and can’t stand a CPAP machine, we may recommend a sleep appliance. Sleep appliances are portable and easy to wear, making them a welcome alternative to the CPAP machine.
CPAP machines are one of the most common ways to manage sleep apnea. Our team of dentists and sleep specialists are experts are finding the right CPAP machine to manage your sleep apnea.
Surgical Sleep Solutions
Some patients can’t stand using the CPAP machine. It’s clunky and uncomfortable. If you are tired of having to be hooked up to a CPAP machine night after night, it may be time to consider MMA surgery for sleep apnea.
The PRECiDENT Difference
I also had severe sleep apnea due to a restricted airway. CPAP machine was not helping. Sleep apnea was causing depression, weight gain, hair loss, pre-diabetes, irritability, headaches, neck pain and a general lack of wanting to function due to poor sleeping patterns. I am less than six months post-surgery and the results are astonishing. Every improvement we discussed has happened and other improvements we had not discussed. Dr. Bolding gave me my life back and his support staff was incredible in assisting him to do this. I am forever grateful and highly recommend.
Freedom From Sleep Apnea is Possible
At PRECiDENT we believe you can experience freedom from sleep apnea. In fact, we’ve seen people experience that freedom. When we treat patients with sleep apnea our goal is always to treat the underlying cause. We strive to cure any underlying disease or condition whenever possible.
We are not satisfied with merely treating symptoms.
You deserve a good night’s sleep. You deserve to get your life back.
We have the solution.