Sleep Apnea Treatment
When Breathing Should Be Effortless, But Isn’t…
Call us for a Consultation, Exam, x-rays, and Cleaning!
Snoring Can Be A Sign Of A Problem
Have your children been going to bed to the sound of a roaring jet plane from across the hall? If it’s becoming painfully obvious that snoring is causing you and your family to lose sleep, Dr. Riar can help find a solution to your sleep apnea. Whether an obstructed airway in your mouth or conflicted brain signals are affecting your breathing pattern, give us a call to schedule a consultation and find you (and your family!) relief.
What Is Sleep Apnea?
Snoring is often associated with a sleep disorder called
Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night’s sleep, you might have sleep apnea. The main types of sleep apnea are: Obstructive sleep apnea, the more common form that occurs when throat muscles relax.
Sleep Apnea Conditions
KNOW YOUR SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
Sleep apnea is most common in men over the age of 40 but is known to affect patients of various backgrounds. Physical conditions such as enlarged tonsils, sinus problems or a deviated septum may attribute to this problem. When left untreated it becomes easier to develop high blood pressure, increased risks of stroke or heart attach, heart failures and more. If you or your partner are experiencing sleeplessness from snoring orthodontic help from the dentist may be the answer to reclaiming a good night’s rest.
How To Treat Sleep Apnea
SO YOU CAN SLEEP TIGHT EVERY NIGHT.
In Dr. Riar’s office our team uses professional tools to help you rest easy. We primarily recommend working with your primary care medical provider to assess your situation before inquiring about any dental specific support aids. Other orthodontic devices such as custom made mouth guards are also available depending on the severity of the condition. To discover what treatment method is ideal for you give us a call to schedule your appointment.
A Better Night’s Sleep Is Possible
SLEEP APNEA OR SNORING? WE CAN HELP.
Life’s no fun when you sleep in the same house as a jet engine or train! If your loved one snores, or sleep apnea is keeping you awake at night, our services can help return you to a good night’s sleep. One ideal form of treatment involves using a continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) device to help keep your airways open while you sleep by supplying air through the nasal passages. By alleviating the problems you feel when you can’t sleep well due to sleep apnea or snoring, you will sleep better and feel more refreshed in the mornings.