Snoring and sleep apnea presents a multitude of outward signs and symptoms, but the only way to know for sure is to obtain a diagnosis based on the results of a sleep study that is read and interpreted by a board-certified sleep physician. The diagnosis will determine the types of care that will be required to solve your unique condition.
A trained dentist that is board certified in Dental Sleep Medicine (DSM), like Dr. Angela Lunn, will work with your physician to determine the best possible care. We provide treatment to patients seeking relief from sleep apnea and snoring, as well as its associated conditions such as teeth grinding and fatigue. We are dedicated to improving our patient’s sleep, overall health, and quality of life.
Travel and Backup Options
Some people like their CPAP but some experience side effects that are not so desirable…like mask lines on your face, the fact that CPAP is cumbersome and a hassle when you travel, and not to mention the embarrassment if you share a room with others. Currently, the imminent concern with respiratory infections from inadequate daily cleaning of CPAP machines, and their sprinkler effect in spreading the transmission of germs, is of grave concern in health care facilities and homes alike.
These are just a few reasons many people advocate for an alternative and back up for their diagnosed Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Snoring. It is never a good idea to go without treatment. Our oral appliances fit in your pocket and will keep you rested in environments where electricity is not available, or it has gone out.
When time, health or transportation related issues prevent patients from making appointments, your health can be in jeopardy. Telesleep visits are an alternative that takes the burden off of you, the patient; freeing you to become more active and involved in your healthcare.
In some instances, access to sleep health care may be limited by the availability of a sleep specialist, geography or simply a preference not to have an in-office visit. We can accommodate these situations and enlist our sleep concierge specialist to help you find your path whether you have a current diagnosis for snoring or Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) or are seeking to obtain a diagnosis.
There are over 70 recognized sleep disorders! An exam and a diagnosis with a board-certified sleep physician and board-certified dental sleep medicine dentist are the safest and quickest way to regain your loss of health and decline of quality of your life. We can help you begin your path to improved health at any stage of your journey.