Options for Sleep Apnea treatment
SleepMed's therapy options are the very best - offering patients and physicians a complete range of PAP therapies (from the best manufacturers only); a national network of therapists and support; a streamlined service model and industry leading technology
Engineered to help you sleep comfortably, CPAP treatment uses air pressure to stop common breathing issues during sleep including snoring, gasping and choking. CPAP technology has evolved with quieter devices and great fitting masks
Generally, oral devices can work best for patients with mild to moderate OSA. An oral device is fitted by a dentist and worn much like a retainer or sport mouthguard.
The most common surgery to treat OSA, UPPP, has a short-term success rate of about 50% in unselected cases. Removing the tonsils and/or adenoids may be effective for some patients.
Why is treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea so important?
Severe OSA patients have significantly higher incidents of death &
cardiovascular fatal events Vs patients treated with CPAP