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Are you or your loved ones struggling because of snoring or sleep apnea?
Do you have a CPAP machine but don’t use it because it is uncomfortable and inconvenient? Are you looking for a modern alternative for your CPAP machine?
Dr. Vanama can help you significantly reduce or even stop your snoring or obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and enable you to get a great night’s sleep.
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
If you are experiencing one or more of the following snoring or sleep apnea symptoms, you need to reserve your FREE snoring and sleep apnea consultation with Dr. Vanama.
– Loud snoring
– Lack of energy or fatigue during the day
– Waking up suddenly with a choking feeling
– Weight gain
– Erectile dysfunction
– High blood pressure
– Dry mouth
– Sore throat
– Headaches in the morning
– Memory loss
Sleep apnea can be a serious condition and can cause oxygen deprivation to your brain all night long, putting you at significant risk of strokes, weight gain, migraine headaches, and Alzheimer’s. You need to be at your best, which is why we offer a completely FREE snoring and sleep apnea consultation where we can diagnose your problem and provide amazing cutting-edge solutions.
How Do We Determine If You Have Sleep Apnea?
We may give you a home sleep test computer for you to take home for a few nights, or in rare cases, we can refer you to a local sleep lab to administer a sleep test to determine if you have sleep apnea.
A sleep test is done with an electronic device that you wear overnight for two nights to test your oxygen levels and brain waves while you sleep. If you have periods where your oxygen drops, sleep apnea could be the cause your symptoms.
Once you are diagnosed with sleep apnea by a board-certified sleep physician, we have many options we can use to treat your snoring and sleep apnea. Contact Discovery Dental now to learn more.
Personalized Sleep Apnea Treatment For Your Best Possible Results
If you are diagnosed with sleep apnea, we can offer three main types of treatment which can help you achieve quality sleep at night.
1) Night-time Mandibular Advancement Device:
This appliance is custom made and is designed to hold your lower jaw and tongue in a forward position keeping your airway open to enable you to breathe well and sleep better at night. Get your energy back with a new oral appliance for sleep apnea!
2) Invisalign treatment:
In patients with a narrow upper and lower jaw, Invisalign helps expand the dental arches, creating more room for your tongue, which allows you to breathe more properly throughout the night. As your airway opens, you can breathe naturally and sleep better.
The additional benefit of using Invisalign to treat your sleep apnea is that you will have a beautiful smile.
3) Our most popular and most requested solution is The Fontona NightLase system.
NightLase is a non-surgical, pain free laser treatment that tightens the collagen at the back of your throat, opening your airway to increase the volume of oxygen you breathe 24 hours a day. NightLase treatment is a series of 3-4 short 30 minute sessions of laser treatment done at a 21-day interval.
This option also helps to quiet snoring and can help improve athletic performance.
CPAP Machines and oral devices help treat sleep apnea symptoms, but they only help the patient if they are actually being used. Nightlase, on the other hand, helps patients all the time and cannot be forgotten—it is also far more convenient than a CPAP.
Call our office to learn more about these treatments for a night with quality sleep.
If you are concerned about cost, we can discuss that during the consultation. We accept most dental insurances and accept most forms of payment. We offer payment plans such as six months and one year, the same as cash, and long-term payments for the lowest possiblemonthly payment costs available for most patients.
How To Find a Sleep Apnea Doctor Near Me
Did you know our qualified dentist can treat your sleep apnea? Our dental clinic offers general dentistry and sleep apnea treatments for patients in the Issaquah or Seattle, Washington area.