Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) could mean poor health, exhaustion, and much more. But to receive treatment, you first need to be able to recognize the warning signs of a disorder. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist discuss these symptoms of OSA and what you can do to find a solution to this common disorder.
Month: January 2021
Do you snore? We all do sometimes, but if you do so nightly, then this could actually be a sign of a developing sleep disorder, one that harms your quality of life and even your heart health! In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we help you avoid loud, nightly snores with… Read more »
If you have trouble sleeping or staying asleep, the disease could be linked to a number of factors, including factors that lead to chronic snoring or even obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will have a few tips for resting better, and list a few symptoms that you may need… Read more »
Millions of people in the United States suffer from sleep disorders, the primary ones being chronic snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). But how do you know if you are, and when should you see the dentist for a sleep solution? In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist looks at how to identify possible signs… Read more »
In our previous blogs, we’ve talked about how we diagnose obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and chronic snoring to provide relief. But in today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist would like to focus mainly on the treatment option itself. How does a sleep appliance offer an alternative to the CPAP device that ensures you rest easier?
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts as many as 25 million people in the United States according to some estimates. To offer relief, we need to provide a thorough diagnosis and choose the right treatment option. In today’s blog, your Greenville, TX, dentist will explain how we test for sleep apnea from your own home!
When you have risk factors for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), or if you continue to feel exhausted, then you may need treatment. As part of the diagnostic process, your Greenville, TX, dentist may recommend a sleep assessment. In today’s blog, we’re explaining how this process helps decide if you benefit from a custom oral appliance.
Once a person develops obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), this could lead to a dangerous cycle linked to poor rest and long-term health problems. To enjoy optimal quality of life, you need proper rest at night. In today’s blog, we’re talking about recognizing when you’re in the OSA cycle, and how to seek treatment to find… Read more »