Struggling with OSA, UARS, Snoring, and/or Poor Sleep?
Sleep apnea, specifically obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), is a sleep disorder characterized by repeated interruptions in breathing caused by soft tissue obstructions during sleep leading to disrupted sleep patterns and reduced oxygen intake. Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS) is a related condition involving hypopnea and restricted breathing causing a number of health issues including fatigue, snoring, cognitive issues, ADHD symptoms, and more.
At Reclaim Integrative Dentistry, we collaborate with ENTs, sleep physicians, osteopaths, and other specialists and play a crucial role in diagnosing and managing these conditions by providing sleep and breathing-related diagnostics and treatments. We provide comprehensive airway-focused assessments for accurate diagnosing of the root cause and severity of airway issues, as well as a wide variety of treatment options, so that a treatment matches the severity of the issue in a minimally-invasive, effective, and comfortable way to produce the best, most predictable outcomes.
- Improved Sleep Quality: The treatments that we offer can significantly reduce sleep apnea episodes and snoring, leading to deeper, uninterrupted sleep, and enhanced overall restfulness.
- Lower Health Risks: Treating sleep disorders can lower the risk of associated health problems such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
- Enhanced Quality of Life: With better sleep quality, patients often experience increased daytime alertness, concentration, and cognitive function, which can improve their quality of life, productivity, and mood.
- Non-Invasive Treatment: Dental procedures for sleep disorders are often minimally invasive compared to treatments like jaw surgery.
- Increased Compliance: Patients may find dental appliances and procedures more comfortable and easier to tolerate than CPAP machines, leading to better compliance with treatment.
- Customized Solutions: Dental procedures are tailored to the individual patient’s needs, ensuring an effective and personalized approach to managing sleep apnea and snoring.
- Reduced Healthcare Costs: Treating sleep disorders can reduce healthcare costs associated with comorbid conditions and hospitalizations, making it a cost-effective solution in the long run.