Are you one of the millions who just can’t seem to get a good night’s sleep? Does snoring or interrupted breathing during sleep keep you—and those you love—from getting the rest you all need?
Well, it should come as no surprise that sleep apnea and many other sleep disorders often have their origins in the mouth, sinus, teeth, and jaws. All the bone and tissues of the mouth and sinus area need proper placement and function in order for a person to be able to breath, speak and sleep well.
Sound oral health means so much more that strong teeth and bright smiles. The dentists at Harris Dental are trained to treat these conditions to help relieve sleep disorders. Advanced techniques, therapies and technology have proven to help our patients sleep more soundly and get more rest.
If getting a good night’s sleep is a challenge for you, talk to us at our Harris Dental office in Phoenix, and see what we can do to help you rest assured.
Some of the signs that you or one of your loved ones may be suffering from sleep apnea or sleep disorders can include:
Our team truly cares about each of our patients, and we will work with you to help get your sleep back on track. A great night’s sleep is one of the keys to maintaining good overall health, because those who are well rested are better able to deal with stress, trials, and other emotions. With sleep apnea treatment, we can help you stay healthier, feel happier, be less stressedand more productive. Sleep apnea treatment can also help your loved ones sleep better too, because how we wake and sleep affects everyone around us.
If you have any questions about sleep apnea, or the sleep apnea treatments we can provide, please call, text, or email us today at our Phoenix area office!
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