Here at Comfort Sleep Solutions, we don’t think of you as just a name. As a company, we strive to know each and every one of our patients personally so that we are better able to help you achieve not only your best possible smile but also your optimum health, which often starts with optimizing your sleeping habits for a better night’s rest. Many things can disrupt your sleeping patterns and leave you in a haze from a lack of proper rest, so whether you need help finding how best to stop yourself snoring for the sake of your spouse’s sanity or if you’re looking to treat sleep apnea or any number of other dental related health issues, we can help you find the treatment best suited for your individual needs.
Through thorough testing, we will be able to determine what type of disorder is troubling you and from there we will be able to offer you the best treatment option. Some common treatments sleeping-related disorders include:
When you call and schedule a consultation with us, you are one step closer to establishing healthy sleeping habits. Your health and wellbeing is our top priority and our team of highly trained and respected professionals are at your disposal to help you properly diagnose whatever issues may be keeping you up at night and we can help you find the best treatment option for your unique needs.
In order to treat a problem, you first have to be aware that you have one. This is why we offer not only thorough testing options but also have compiled a list of common symptoms that may indicate that you have a problem. So take a minute to ask yourself:
If you find yourself identifying with a few of these questions, then it’s probably time to stop and think about looking into treatment, because these are just some of the common indicators of a sleeping-related problem.
If you are starting to think you have sleep apnea or another disorder, you’re probably wondering what the next step is that you should take. Well, we can help! Before you can treat the problem, you first have to diagnose it. You should start by talking to your primary care physician or, if you don’t have one, a board-certified sleep physician. They will more than likely recommend either a home study or a full Polysomnogram. If part or all of your problem is that you snore, it is important for your health and safety to rule out obstructive sleep apnea before you decide that an oral appliance is how you want to try and stop your snoring.
Once you have a diagnosis, Comfort Sleep Solutions can help you find the right treatment option for your disorder. Oral appliances are a common way to treat many sleeping disorders and they have a lot of positive benefits. Some of those benefits include the fact that they are free from attachments and make no noise. They also travel well and have far few limitations and annoyances than many treatment options.
At Comfort Sleep Solutions, our priority is you. Which is why we tailor our different treatment options to your individual needs. There are a number of oral applications that can be used to reduce or eliminate the issues that are depriving you of a good night rest. We can help you determine the best option for your style and disorder. Whether that’s the Somnomed MAS, Somnomed MAS Edentulous, TAP-3, SUAD, or Narval CC a consult with us will help you find your perfect solution. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!