Do you Suffer From Sleep Apnea?
We offer treatment for craniofacial abnormalities using the Vivos Appliance System. To learn more, click here.
If you are looking for a potential solution to treating your mild to moderate Sleep Apnea and Snoring, let us help!
People with Sleep Apnea often snore, gasp, stop breathing, and have interrupted sleep patterns. As a result, they can experience daytime drowsiness, fatigue, foggy minds, to name just a few. While Sleep Apnea and snoring are serious disorders that can worsen many health conditions, the Vivos Appliance System represents a breakthrough treatment proven to naturally remodel, reposition, and redevelop the anatomy that surrounds the human airway.
Patients who undergo Vivos Appliance therapy often report a noticeable improvement in facial symmetry and aesthetics as their Sleep Apnea symptoms dissipate. Also, many patients with a history of headaches and pain from TMD (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder) often find lasting relief.
Many people are not able to use a CPAP machine to treat Sleep Apnea because they are uncomfortable, the air pressure is too high, or the tongue is still blocking their airway. This is usually called CPAP intolerance. In addition to the Vivos Appliance System, we also have other oral appliances to treat Sleep Apnea that can be more comfortable, and easier to travel with, that may be an alternative to CPAP machines for you.
Is Snoring a Concern in Your Life?
If you are not waking refreshed in the morning or your bed partner is kicking you out of the bedroom because you snore, let us help. We can perform laser treatment that tones and lifts the upper soft palate and eliminates snoring sounds. The procedure can be done in 4 simple appointments over an 8 week period.
Research shows snoring is a contributing factor in the following medical conditions:
- Cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension
- Sleepiness and fatigue during the day
- Morning Headaches
- Impotence in men or erectile dysfunction
- Depression and anxiety
Children & Sleep and Breathing Difficulties
Does your child have any of these symptoms?
Dry lips, snoring, bedwetting, mouth breathing, swollen tonsils, chronic allergies or ADHD? These could be signs of sleep issues and breathing difficulties. In other words suffocation throughout the night for your child.
For proper growth and development, children need a good night’s sleep with an open airway. Dr. Bennett and the staff at Vivos can diagnose your child’s condition and provide treatment options for optimal health and development.
We offer informative parent education webinars, so call us today to set one up. We look forward to speaking with you!