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Sleep Apnea, Know The Symptoms

If you are having trouble sleeping at night or cannot stay awake during the day, come see us in Dearborn

If you have trouble sleeping at night and find yourself waking up choking, gasping for air, with a dry or sore throat and morning headaches, you may be a victim of sleep apnea. This is a serious condition because it means you stop breathing momentarily several times during the course of a night’s sleep. Snoring is one of the principle indicators that you might have this medical dilemma. Constant snoring during the night is typically caused by relaxed throat muscles and a tongue that obstruct the airway so that you are not getting enough air to your brain and heart while you sleep. Overtime, this disorder can lead to high blood pressure, heart failure and stroke. At Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn, the practice of complete health dentistry compels us to discover this malady in our patients and make the necessary corrections in their sleeping habits so inadequate breathing patterns are eliminated. Sometimes, sleep apnea can be positional based on sleeping positions, genetic, caused by a brain injury or influenced by life style habits. No matter the cause, our sleep apnea dentist in Dearborn will thoroughly investigate and make a factual determination so a treatment plan can be put together to help you sleep and be fully oxygenated while doing so. For more information on sleep apnea or to schedule a free consultation appointment at Contemporary Dentistry, please give us a call at (313) 581-4884. Do not suffer or put your health at risk when we are here to help you avoid the consequences of sleep apnea!
If you have trouble sleeping at night and find yourself waking up choking, gasping for air, with a dry or sore throat and morning headaches, you may be a victim of sleep apnea. This is a serious condition because it means you stop breathing momentarily several times during the course of a night’s sleep. Snoring is one of the principle indicators that you might have this medical dilemma. Constant snoring during the night is typically caused by relaxed throat muscles and a tongue that obstruct the airway so that you are not getting enough air to your brain and heart while you sleep. Overtime, this disorder can lead to high blood pressure, heart failure and stroke. At Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn, the practice of complete health dentistry compels us to discover this malady in our patients and make the necessary corrections in their sleeping habits so inadequate breathing patterns are eliminated. Sometimes, sleep apnea can be positional based on sleeping positions, genetic, caused by a brain injury or influenced by life style habits. No matter the cause, our sleep apnea dentist in Dearborn will thoroughly investigate and make a factual determination so a treatment plan can be put together to help you sleep and be fully oxygenated while doing so. For more information on sleep apnea or to schedule a free consultation appointment at Contemporary Dentistry, please give us a call at (313) 581-4884. Do not suffer or put your health at risk when we are here to help you avoid the consequences of sleep apnea!

Are You at Risk For Sleep Apnea?

Are you in need of a sleep apnea diagnosis because of snoring, dry mouth, sleepless nights, or some other probable cause of this sleep disorder? At Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn, we can help!

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Sleep Apnea: Signs And Symptoms

Here is what to look for if you think you might be suffering from sleep apnea in Dearborn…

Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Do you toss and tumble, constantly snoring and waking up at night with air hunger accompanied by a dry mouth or sore throat? These are signs that you may have sleep apnea. If so, find out if you have this sleeping disorder and the cause for it. By visiting with one of our sleep apnea specialists at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn, sleep study testing can be used to see what is happening and how it can be cured. As mentioned earlier, this is a serious condition if left untreated, since the body is robbed of oxygen over many hours due to an inadequate respiratory effort that adversely impacts vital organ systems. Many serious medical conditions are associated with sleep apnea from cardiovascular disease to diabetes and even depression. If you or one of your family members is suffering from inadequate sleep along with snoring or restlessness, come see our sleep apnea dentists in Dearborn for evaluation and consultation. A basic and simple solution for sleep apnea is a dental appliance that is placed in the mouth to keep throat tissues and the tongue from obstructing the airway so that airflow is not interrupted. This helps keep the body oxygenated and the respiratory effort at a normal level. Another device that can help with more serious cases of sleep apnea is the CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine that continually pushes oxygen into the lungs. This medical device is very effective but requires a mask over the face, which some patients do not tolerate very well. Whichever device is recommend by our Dearborn dentist, your inability to get enough oxygen for your brain and heart will be a thing of the past. Please click on the button below to schedule an appointment at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn or call us at (313) 581-4884 for a free sleep apnea consultation.
Do you have trouble sleeping at night? Do you toss and tumble, constantly snoring and waking up at night with air hunger accompanied by a dry mouth or sore throat? These are signs that you may have sleep apnea. If so, find out if you have this sleeping disorder and the cause for it. By visiting with one of our sleep apnea specialists at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn, sleep study testing can be used to see what is happening and how it can be cured. As mentioned earlier, this is a serious condition if left untreated, since the body is robbed of oxygen over many hours due to an inadequate respiratory effort that adversely impacts vital organ systems. Many serious medical conditions are associated with sleep apnea from cardiovascular disease to diabetes and even depression. If you or one of your family members is suffering from inadequate sleep along with snoring or restlessness, come see our sleep apnea dentists in Dearborn for evaluation and consultation. A basic and simple solution for sleep apnea is a dental appliance that is placed in the mouth to keep throat tissues and the tongue from obstructing the airway so that airflow is not interrupted. This helps keep the body oxygenated and the respiratory effort at a normal level. Another device that can help with more serious cases of sleep apnea is the CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine that continually pushes oxygen into the lungs. This medical device is very effective but requires a mask over the face, which some patients do not tolerate very well. Whichever device is recommend by our Dearborn dentist, your inability to get enough oxygen for your brain and heart will be a thing of the past. Please click on the button below to schedule an appointment at Contemporary Dentistry in Dearborn or call us at (313) 581-4884 for a free sleep apnea consultation.



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"At Contemporary Dentistry, I am here to help with your sleep apnea in Dearborn. Please know, it is important to understand the cause or causes of your sleep apnea; and how specific treatment protocols and devices will cure them. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common sort of sleep disorder. Obstruction takes place when your throat muscles and tongue hinder your airflow while you are trying to sleep during the night. Central nervous system sleep apnea is a different problem all together. It takes place when the respiratory center of your brain doesn’t send constant signals to the lungs to sustain a normal or adequate respiratory rate. This results in a lack of oxygen to the brain and heart. However, no matter the cause of your sleep apnea, I am here to make sure that your airway stays open and that your flow of oxygen is high enough to protect your overall health!"

"At Contemporary Dentistry, I am here to help with your sleep apnea in Dearborn. Please know, it is important to understand the cause or causes of your sleep apnea; and how specific treatment protocols and devices will cure them. Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common sort of sleep disorder. Obstruction takes place when your throat muscles and tongue hinder your airflow while you are trying to sleep during the night. Central nervous system sleep apnea is a different problem all together. It takes place when the respiratory center of your brain doesn’t send constant signals to the lungs to sustain a normal or adequate respiratory rate. This results in a lack of oxygen to the brain and heart. However, no matter the cause of your sleep apnea, I am here to make sure that your airway stays open and that your flow of oxygen is high enough to protect your overall health!"

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