Home sleep test and diagnosis
A convenient sleep study tool that is used for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). As opposed to an overnight in-lab sleep test, a home sleep test allows you to sleep in the comfort of your own bed while the test is conducted.
Snoring and sleep apnea treatments
Custom oral appliances, CPAP Machine therapy, in-office procedures and surgical treatments are all options we offer to help treat both snoring and sleep apnea.
One of the most common procedures for sleep apnea, UPPP involves trimming the soft palate and uvula, and removing the tonsils and other tissue.
Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
In this procedure, the doctor uses radio waves to reduce the size of the turbinates or uvula, nearby tissue, and sometimes the back of the tongue.
A surgical procedure to correct a deviated septum – a displacement of the bone and cartilage that divides your nostrils. During septoplasty, your nasal septum is straightened and repositioned in the middle of your nose.
A common procedure for children that removes tonsils prone to becoming infected and enlarged. According to the American Society of Otolaryngology, more than 80% of tonsillectomies performed today are done to lessen the severity of sleep disorders affected by breathing.
Typically done at the same time as a tonsillectomy, an adenoidectomy removes adenoids that become frequently enlarged and block an individual’s airway during sleep.
A simple, safe and effective procedure that stiffens the palate in order to help relieve snoring and symptoms of mild to moderate sleep apnea.
A simple and painless procedure that releases the frenum under the tongue or upper lip. Well-known as a treatment for newborns with tongue-tie, it offers several short and long term benefits, including ease of breastfeeding, aid in speech, and reduction of airway difficulties.