When obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) develops, serious complications could arise for both our immune system and cardiovascular system. To avoid these painful symptoms, you may need to seek treatment to identify and address OSA. In today’s blog, your Spring, TX, dentists will discuss how we diagnose sleep apnea and treat the issue with a custom-made and comfortable solution.
Now that we’re midway through November, this means the end of 2019 is right around the corner. Before the year ends, why not see your Spring, TX, dentists about your sleep difficulties? Our team employs unique home sleep tests and custom treatment options to address sleep apnea and snoring, helping you obtain better rest!
No one enjoys snoring, and in fact, this annoying nighttime habit could point to the presence of a serious disorder. How do we stop a person from snoring? When should Pearland, TX, resident see their dentist for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment? We’re going to look at the causes, and discuss possible solutions, to your nightly snore!
Halloween is a time to kick back and enjoy scary movies, dress up in spooky costumes, and appreciate all things eerie. What better time to talk about the terrors of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)? Without treatment, this disorder could lead to serious problems, from sleep deprivation to poor heart health! In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what our Spring, TX, patients need to know about this disorder!
No one enjoys snoring. For the snorer, this could mean serious issues with sleep and the risk of major complications down the road. For the significant other, this irritating habit could prevent them from enjoying a good night’s rest. In today’s blog, your Pearland, TX, dentists look at what you can do to avoid snoring, and when you should seek treatment from a dental professional!
Studies show that at least 22 million people in the United States currently suffer from some form of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a serious disorder linked to poor rest and an increased risk of health problems. But why do some of us develop this disorder, but others do not? How do we know if we need treatment? In today’s blog, your Spring, TX, dentists will discuss the causes of sleep apnea!
Just because you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) doesn’t mean that the process of diagnosing your disorder and offering treatment should be uncomfortable. In fact, to help provide our Pearland, TX, residents with an accurate and precise diagnosis, we forgo attempting to make people rest in a lab setting in favor a comfortable and convenient at-home sleep test.