If you snore, wake up feeling groggy, or suffer from daytime drowsiness, you could be dealing with sleep apnea in Lincroft. Sleep apnea is a serious health condition; however, Newman Springs Dental Care offers effective treatment with a custom dental appliance. Our care can help you:Does Your Child Snore, Grind Their Teeth, or Have Fitful Sleep? Read Transcript
Hi I'm Dr. Mitchel Friedman of Newman Springs Dental Care in Lincroft, New Jersey. Does your child snore, breathe loudly, grind their teeth, wet their bed, or have restless sleep? Does your child suffer from asthma, allergies, frequent ear or respiratory infections? Does she have poor attention or hyperactive in school? Has it been diagnosed with ADHD and takes medications? Talk to your pediatrician or us about being tested because there may be symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. For your child's health, don't delay.
- Sleep more soundly through the night
- Snore less or not at all
- Wake up feeling refreshed and ready to face the day
- Focus better at work and be more productive
- Lessen your risk of other health consequences
Get the sleep apnea treatment you need from our team of experts! Call 732-352-3903 today to schedule your consultation. We’ll perform a screening and refer you to a physician who can prescribe a sleep study if needed. Our office is located at 539 Newman Springs Road in ZIP code 07738.
Sleep Better With Our Oral Appliance TreatmentDo You Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea? Read Transcript
Hi, I'm Dr. Mitchel Friedman of Newman Springs Dental Care in Lincroft, New Jersey. Do you wake up tired like you didn't sleep soundly? Does your snoring disturb your bed partner? Are you struggling to lose weigh? Are you on many medications for high blood pressure or diabetes? Did you know that 80 percent of Americans have some level of obstructive sleep apnea, and if left untreated, it can take up to 15 years off your life? If you have any of these issues, talk to your physician or us to evaluate you for the risk of sleep apnea, or you can use the forms downloadable on this page to help you evaluate your risk. Don't wait – do it now.
Obstructive sleep apnea can do more than just make you exhausted during the day. Untreated sleep apnea has been linked to serious health concerns like high blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, and depression. The good news is that Dr. Friedman or Dr. Menon can fit you with an oral appliance that may be able to reduce or eliminate your symptoms.
It will rest comfortably in your mouth while you sleep, keeping your airway open and helping you get the quality sleep you need to function during your day. Since snoring is a symptom of sleep apnea, you will probably snore less as well. Both you and your bed partner will be thankful for that! Plus, you could avoid having to use a noisy, cumbersome CPAP machine. We’ll need to work with your primary care physician to determine if eliminating CPAP is the best choice for you.
You can consider giving up your CPAP if:
- It is not sufficient to ease your symptoms
- You are unable to wear a CPAP
- Your diagnosis is mild enough to be treated with only an oral appliance
Don’t Ignore the Signs of This Sleep Disorder
We often hear patients ask us, “What is sleep apnea?” and “What are sleep apnea causes?” Basically, it is due to your airway becoming obstructed during sleep. This can happen when your tongue and other soft tissues in the back of your throat relax as you sleep. They can drop back so much that your air supply is cut off.Get a great night's sleep again Read Transcript
Did you know that 80 percent of Americans have some level of obstructive sleep apnea, and if left untreated, can take up to 15 years off of your life? Do you wake up tired like you didn't sleep soundly? Does your snoring disturb your bed partner? Are you struggling to lose weight? Are you on many medications for high blood pressure or diabetes? If you have any of these issues, speak to your physician, or ask us to evaluate you for your risk of obstructive sleep apnea. You can use the forums to help you evaluate your risks now. Don't wait, do it now.
When your airway becomes blocked, you’ll wake up long enough (often with a loud snort) to take in a few normal breaths. Then you’ll fall back to sleep until the next episode of sleep apnea occurs.
For severe sleep apnea sufferers, this cycle can repeat itself hundreds of times per night. If you think you, your partner, or your child have sleep apnea, it’s important to get the help you need sooner rather than later. Please check out the following resources: