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Treat Sleep Apnea in Collegeville to Get a Good Night’s Rest

If your snoring keeps your bed partner awake at night and you’re often tired during the day, you could have sleep apnea. About 18 million American adults do, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Fortunately, you can get sleep apnea treatment at our Collegeville, PA dentist office.

Treating your sleep disorder will:

  • Help you get a restful night’s sleep again
  • Relieve unpleasant sleep apnea symptoms like headaches and sore throat
  • Enable members of your household to rest better too
  • Improve your focus during the day
  • Lessen your odds of suffering from apnea-related health conditions like high blood pressure, gastric reflux, and heart disease

To find out if you need sleep apnea treatment, call the LANAP and Implant Center at [telephone].

Treat Apnea With an Oral Appliance

For many sleep apnea patients, correction is simple. Dr. David DiGiallorenzo offers sleep apnea treatment with a custom-made device, the Silent Nite appliance, that is comfortable, flexible, and thin. This device, which resembles a retainer, gently opens your airway by shifting your lower jaw forward.

Oral devices do not work for everyone, however. Another treatment option is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP). Compressed air flows through tubes connected from a mask to a small box. This machine keeps your air passages open and enables you to breathe normally while you sleep. Severe sleep apnea sufferers may require a surgical procedure.

See Us For Help With These Sleep Apnea Symptoms

How do you know if you might benefit from the Silent Nite appliance or other sleep apnea treatment options? Look for these signs:

  • Loud snoring
  • Gasping and/or choking during sleep
  • Frequent silences during sleep
  • Sudden awakenings
  • Complaints from your sleeping partner
  • Never feeling completely rested

Don’t Ignore These Dangers of Sleep Apnea

It’s important to see us ASAP if you suspect you may have this sleep breathing disorder. Patients who have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea deprive their brains of oxygen while sleeping, which can cause more serious health problems down the road. Those problems include:

  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Stroke
  • Learning/memory problems
  • Heart disease
  • Fibromyalgia
  • High blood pressure

To see if you have sleep apnea, call [telephone] to schedule an appointment at the LANAP and Implant Center.

Meet Dr. D

Dr. David DiGiallorenzo received his training at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Periodontics and Periodontal Prosthesis in the early 1990s. His training included prosthodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, and advanced oral reconstructive techniques, including oral implantology.

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