Sleep Apnea Treatment
Reduce Snoring & Sleep Better With Oral Appliance Therapy
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Get The Restful & Restorative Sleep Your Body And Mind Need
Sleep Apnea Professionals You Can Trust
Recent studies found that almost 1 billion people around the world suffer from sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common, occurring due to blocked airflow during sleep. This happens when the soft tissue at the back of the throat collapses while you are sleeping. Health factors like obesity can cause or worsen this condition.
If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to several other issues that include – sleepiness or fatigue throughout the following day, headaches and forgetfulness. Untreated sleep apnea also increases the risk of serious health problems including high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, chronic acid reflux, stroke, and other conditions.
With oral appliance therapy (a.k.a. dental device), we can treat sleep-disorientation, disordered breathing, sleep apnea and snoring. For mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea, a custom-fit dental device, resembling a mouth guard, is very effective as it prevents the airway from collapsing.
Risks Of Not Getting Sleep Apnea Treatment Done
When untreated for years, sleep apnea has the potential to increase your risk for very serious health problems, including:
- High blood pressure
- Type 2 diabetes
- Heart attack
- Atrial fibrillation
The risks of untreated OSA are too great to ignore. If you suspect you have sleep apnea or if you have been diagnosed but have yet to seek treatment, contact us today to schedule an evaluation and learn how we can help.
Treating Sleep Apnea Provides 5 Key Benefits
Better Sleep Refreshment
Lower Risk of Heart Problems & Stroke
Reduced Risk of Depression
Lower Risk of Mortality
Better Management of Diabetes
Disturbed Sleep? Or Not Getting Enough Sleep?
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Treat Sleep Apnea In 3 Simple Steps:
Our dentist will examine and create an impression of your teeth to determine the best course of action.
Oral Appliance Therapy:
A dental device holds your airway open by lowering the jaw slightly forward and holding the tongue such that it is prevented from falling backwards during sleep, reducing airway obstruction.
You will have scheduled visits to check your progress and depending on the complexity of your case.We can help you treat obstructive sleep apnea with oral appliance therapy. For more information, schedule a free consultation with our dentists.
Sudden Breathe Pauses During Sleep?
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Got Questions? Here are some FAQs
We get various questions from international patients interested in getting dental implants
We offer a full range of dental services like Dental Implants, Braces and Orthodontics Treatment, Laser Root Canal / Traditional Root Canal, Pediatric Dentistry, Removable & Fixed Bridge, Smile Designing, Sleep Apnea Dental Treatment, Laser Dentistry Treatments, Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments, Sedation Dentistry, Emergency Dentistry (24x7) Orthognathic Surgery Treatment.
If the specific service you need isn’t listed, call us at 9505 44 3330. Chances are we do it.
All our dentists are having a minimum of 10-20 years of experience across all dental disciplines. Also, the team participates in various national and international dental conferences in order to stay updated with with all of the latest techniques and research. They’re led by our Clinical Director, Dr. Gowtham Kattamuri (MD, BDS, MDS).
Yes. A local anesthetic will be given before the procedure so that you do not feel any pain. If you have anxiety or fear you should discuss sedation options with your dentist. With the latest equipments & technologies, now most of the treatments are minimal invasive.
We provide a 'GA Satisfaction Promise' for all treatments, in which we make sure you’ll be satisfied with your complete treatment experience.
Dental checkups at any branch of GA Dental Clinics are free. Also, if it's your first treatment with us, you will be eligible of a straight 20% discount.
If another dentist has recommended that you get a procedure and you want a second opinion, we are more than happy to provide one. Just give us a call at 9505 44 3330. We can provide you with our proposed treatment plan to take to the another dentist.
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