Getting Help for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

How are Snoring and OSA Diagnosed ?

Is Treating OSA Important ?

How are Snoring and OSA Treated ?

  Your sleep doctor will discuss treatment options with you. These options include positive airway pressure (PAP) theraphy, oral appliance therapy and surgery.

 

Talk to your doctor about treatment options for snoring and OSA. Ask if oral appliance therapy might be the right solution for you.

Get help today to improve your sleep and your health !

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