Sleep Apnea Symptoms Need to Be Addressed Quickly

Changes in the position of your soft palate while sleeping can result in significant snoring and possible breathing interruptions. If this occurs on a frequent basis, you might be suffering from sleep apnea. While it might seem to be little more than a nuisance at first, chronic sleep apnea can eventually lead to more significant complications. The breathing interruption component... read more »

Get a CPAP Device to Help with a Sleep Disorder

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines can greatly improve your breathing during the night. Whether it’s a sleeping disorder or other type of breathing problem, this device could help you with your breathing. Our team here at Sedona, Arizona is dedicated to providing the care and service you need to sleep better at night. Your dentist or doctor will recommend... read more »

Snoring Can Indicate a Serious Problem

Do you ever get woken up because a loved one snores or makes strange noises when they sleep? Do you snore and wake yourself up? Had you heard that, while snoring is fairly common, it can be an indicator of a more serious problem? Fortunately, our team can help you address your snoring. One serious reason for your sleep apnea... read more »

Seek Treatment for Sleep Apnea Disorder

If you have sleep apnea disorder, it is best to seek treatment as soon as you can. Sleep apnea is a serious disorder that can cause serious damage if not taken care of. It occurs when the normal breathing patterns we have while we sleep are disrupted, either from blocked airways restricting oxygen flow or from more serious forms where... read more »

A Thermoplastic Sleep Guard Provides a Custom Fit to Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea symptoms, such as snoring and breathing interruption, can have a significant negative impact on your sleep and quality of life. There are several different options available to help those who suffer from sleep apnea. It’s important to have the severity of your sleep apnea professionally diagnosed to ensure you employ the treatment that will work best for you.... read more »