Sleep Studies

Our office offers Home Sleep Studies. You can now test for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in the comfort of your own home. Sleep apnea can contribute to memory loss, weight gain, impotence, headaches, high blood pressure, stroke and other cardiovascular problems. Untreated sleep apnea can lead to a 30 percent or more reduced survivability rate over the course of 20 years. The Apnea home sleep study is a small box that the patient wears around their chest, along with a pulse oximeter and a nasal cannula. The device needs a minimum of 6 hours of recording time. The next day the patient returns the device and our office downloads the readings to a group of sleep physicians who gives each patient a diagnosis, if applicable. The patient then comes back for a follow up visit with the dentist to review results and talk about treatment options if needed. In this office we have options for treating our patients sleep apnea with oral appliances as an alternative to a CPAP machine. At your next visit ask us about taking home one of our sleep studies! 


Here's a quick link showing how the home sleep study works:    

How to use the ApneaLink™ Air Home Sleep Testing Device - YouTube


Two possible options for treatment with dental appliances: 


ProSomnus Device: 

EMA Device:


EMA® Signature Image


Both of these devices are designed to hold your lower jaw gently forward while sleeping. This forward position advances your tongue and helps open your airway to reduce snoring and alleviate OSA symptoms. 

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