I’ve been a loyal patient at this dental practice since the ’80s, and my recent annual cleaning reaffirmed why. Cindy, the dental hygienist, provided exceptional care. Her gentle touch and genuine concern for my comfort made the cleaning a breeze. I’ve always received top-notch service here, and Cindy’s expertise is a shining example of their commitment to patient satisfaction. Highly recommend this practice for their outstanding staff and long-standing dedication to dental health.
If you know that you have sleep apnea, we want to help. If you suspect you might have sleep apnea, we want to help you, too. If you think your partner may have sleep apnea, then we are ready to assist you as well.
This sleep disorder is disruptive in multiple ways, which is why we are happy to offer treatment at our practice in Charlotte, NC. Come here if you want to get relief.
Improve Your Health
When left untreated, sleep apnea raises your risk of a number of other health issues as well. Those issues include cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, and complications of diabetes. Sleep apnea also leads to sleep deprivation, which can make you more likely to be involved in a car accident as well.
Improve Your Relationships
Your lack of sleep affects your daily life in other ways as well. First, it can leave you feeling fatigued, which can make you less attentive and less productive than you want to be. Second, your lack of quality sleep can leave you feeling irritable and annoyed. Third, your snoring (a common symptom of sleep apnea) can prevent your partner from enjoying quality sleep, which can leave them feeling irritable, too.
Find a Solution That Works for You
Many people get a CPAP machine when they are initially diagnosed with sleep apnea. Unfortunately, research shows that many of them will give up on this treatment. Some don’t like the mask. Some are bothered by the feeling of the air pushing into their airways, and some don’t like the sound of the machine. With our treatment, you receive a special oral appliance that you wear while you sleep. After some initial adjustment, a vast majority of our patients find this is a simple and effective option.