Treatment Options

We offer a range of solutions tailored to our patient’s specific needs for sleep apnea:

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP): These devices provide a steady stream of air through a mask to keep your airway open during sleep, preventing interruptions and promoting better rest.

Oral Appliance Treatment: Customized oral devices are designed to reposition the jaw and tongue to keep the airway open. These appliances are comfortable, portable, and effective for mild to moderate sleep apnea.

Oral Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES): This innovative treatment involves electrical stimulation to strengthen the airway muscles, reducing collapsibility and improving breathing during sleep.

Upper Airway Stimulation Therapy: Inspire therapy involves a small device implanted in the body that stimulates the nerves, controlling airway muscles and keeping the airway open during sleep.

Upper Airway Surgery: For severe cases of sleep apnea, surgical options may be recommended, such as removing or repositioning tissue or implanting devices to help maintain an open airway during sleep.

Each treatment addresses the specific causes and severity of sleep apnea, ensuring personalized and effective care for a better night’s sleep.