Sleep Apnea Bellevue
As a whole body dental clinic, we provide a holistic approach to treating sleep apnea in Bellevue.
In treating sleep apnea, or sleep-disordered breathing, our sleep apnea dentist focuses on the use of an oral appliance to help clear nighttime obstructions by optimizing the airway.
These are a few common benefits of using our oral dental appliance for treatment:
- Effective in reducing symptoms of snoring
- Requires no surgery or other invasive procedure
- Easy to clean
- Quite comfortable
- Easy to wear and transport
Our holistic sleep apnea dentist specializes in personalized care that includes careful evaluation of your sleep apnea symptoms and creating an oral appliance that responds to your specific needs.
Call Whole Body Dental for a consultation to learn more about how our board-certified dentist can provide sleep apnea treatment with the use of an oral appliance custom-tailored just for you!
Sleep Apnea Symptoms Bellevue
While obstructive and central sleep apnea symptoms may overlap, these are the most common signs associated with sleep apnea:
- Loud snoring
- Gasping for air while sleeping
- Interrupted breathing while asleep
- Feeling of fatigue during the day or excessive daytime sleepiness
- Morning headaches
- Awakening with a dry mouth
- Moodiness or irritability
Not everyone who experiences one or more of these sleep apnea symptoms may actually suffer the effects of sleep apnea; however, they represent risk factors that should be assessed by our board-certified biological dentist or a sleep specialist.
Our oral appliance may be your best and most effective treatment option to help prevent the airway from collapsing.
If you are experiencing mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea symptoms in Bellevue, call our office for a consultation.
Sleep Apnea Dentist Bellevue
If you are experiencing sleep apnea symptoms, such as fatigue following a full night’s sleep, or loud snoring, we recommend calling our office for a consultation with our sleep apnea dentist.
Our experienced and trained sleep apnea dentist can evaluate your symptoms to identify the type of apnea disorder and its potential complications that may include:
- Daytime fatigue
- Heart problems or high blood pressure
- Type 2 diabetes
- Metabolic syndrome
- Liver problems
- Complications with certain medications and general anesthesia
An oral appliance that has been custom-fit by our sleep apnea dentist to naturally treat sleep-disordered breathing can improve your sleep, revitalize your health, and help restore your alertness. The goal of an oral appliance is to keep your airways unobstructed, allowing you to breathe peacefully throughout the night.
Call Whole Body Dental to schedule an appointment for evaluation and a recommended treatment plan. 425-643-1231