patient in need of sleep apnea treatment

Sleep Apnea - Lexington, SC

Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Tailored Sleep Apnea Treatment

Do you wake up each day still feeling tired? Do you have trouble concentrating or feel fatigued throughout the day? Have you been told you snore? All of these symptoms point to sleep apnea, a potentially dangerous condition that can cause you to stop breathing multiple times during sleep. Sleep apnea is usually due to the tongue or soft tissues falling against your airway while you sleep. If this condition goes untreated for many years, you’ll significantly increase your risk for systemic complications including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Treatment for sleep apnea in Lexington, SC can improve your attitude, energy levels, and overall health as it reduces or even eliminates chronic snoring. Fortunately, we now have proven protocols that can effectively treat your sleep apnea symptoms! If you’re having any of the following symptoms, we urge you to schedule a consultation at our Lexington, SC office immediately. We can help you get more restful sleep and decrease your risk for other complications through personalized treatment.

sleep apnea graphic

Do You Have These Sleep Apnea Symptoms?

Better Sleep without Surgery

After being diagnosed with sleep apnea in the Lexington area, we’ll start the six-step sleep protocol to assess and alleviate your symptoms and prevent systemic effects. This is a collaborative process which involves understanding your needs and matching you with a dental appliance that will help you breathe normally and feel more rested. As part of your treatment plan, we’ll first look at nasal breathing therapy and other techniques to improve your airflow. If we conclude that you’ll benefit from using an oral appliance, we’ll use a trial-and-error process to enable you to test different kinds of nightguards until you find the one that works for you. We’ll then provide your final appliance based on the trial nightguard that helped you experience unrestricted breathing and quality sleep. If you’re unable to use C-PAP machines or haven’t found relief elsewhere, we’re here to help! Our overarching goal for sleep apnea treatment is identifying the solution that will allow you to sleep better, live healthier, and decrease your risk for systemic health issues.

Ready to get some good sleep for a change?

Request a consultation today!