Sleep Apnea, Snoring & Sleep Disorder Treatment

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What Is the Impact of Untreated Sleep Problems?

Poor quality sleep not only reduces your immunity but also makes it harder for your body to fight off harmful bacteria and viruses that cause illness. Moreover, it can lead to several health and safety issues.

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more likely to be in a car crash.

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increased risk of heart attack

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sufferers report relationship troubles

Tailored Sleep Solutions for Your Best Rest Yet

Sleep Apnea and Snoring Treatment in Nashville
If you struggle with snoring or sleep apnea, look no further than Nashville Dentistry Co., where Dr. Ashish Patel can help you find relief. We specialize in non-surgical alternatives to traditional treatments, like oral appliance therapy, to improve your sleep and overall health. Whether you’re in Nashville or anywhere in Williamson County, we’re here to help you get a better night’s sleep and a better quality of life.
  • Proven Alternative To CPAP: If you’re one of the 50% of sleep apnea patients who struggle with using a CPAP machine, there’s no need to worry. You may find relief with a custom-fit oral appliance, which can serve as an effective alternative treatment option.
  • Say Goodbye to Snoring and Fatigue for Good: Do you or your partner suffer from persistent snoring and fatigue? These could be tell-tale symptoms of undiagnosed or misdiagnosed sleep disorders that often go unrecognized for years. Let’s find out what might be causing the snoring and get you on the path to a better night’s sleep.
  • No Expensive Surgery: Treating your sleep apnea effectively is crucial for restoring and maintaining your health and vitality. If you’re interested in learning more about treatment options and finding out if an oral device is right for you, simply schedule an appointment with Dr. Patel today.
  • Get the Restful Sleep You Deserve, Stop Teeth Grinding: Grinding your teeth can lead to a host of issues, including tooth decay, headaches, and trouble sleeping. Additionally, it’s a significant risk factor for sleep breathing disorders such as sleep apnea, which underscores the importance of seeking treatment.
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Sleep Better, Live Better: A Whole Health Approach to Quality Sleep

Get to know your dental sleep expert Dr. Ashish Patel at Nashville Dentistry Co.

Don’t put off treatment for your sleep issues – quality sleep is crucial for your health and immunity. We understand the importance of convenience, which is why we offer the option of in-person or telesleep appointments for your initial consultation and follow-up appointments after device delivery. Whether you’re seeking a sleep doctor near Nashville or sleep apnea treatment near Brentwood, we’re here to help you get the care you need.
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The Nashville Dentistry Co. Difference

  • On-time: We do our best to see you on time, every time
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  • Advanced technology: We use state-of-the-art diagnostic and custom-fitting tools
  • Multiple solutions/treatments available
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Sleep Apnea FAQs

Get the answers from our expert sleep dentist in Brentwood, TN.

  • What is Sleep Apnea?

    Sleep apnea, also known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), is a sleep disorder where a person experiences multiple instances of not breathing during the night. This occurs because the airways are either partially or fully blocked, typically by the tongue or throat tissues that relax and intermittently obstruct the airway while sleeping.

  • What are the most common symptoms of Sleep Apnea?

    Frequent symptoms of sleep apnea may include snoring, periods of interrupted breathing, daytime sleepiness or fatigue, morning headaches, restless sleep, depression, increased need to urinate at night, acid reflux, and irritability.

  • How is Sleep Apnea diagnosed?

    Diagnosis of sleep apnea is typically conducted by a certified sleep specialist and involves a thorough review of both medical and family history, a physical examination, and a sleep study. These studies can be performed either in a sleep lab or at home utilizing a portable monitoring device.

  • What are common treatments for Sleep Apnea?

    There are several options for treating sleep apnea, including:

    • Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine: This is the most commonly prescribed treatment for sleep apnea. The machine helps to maintain an open airway by delivering continuous airflow through the nose, preventing the airway from collapsing during sleep. However, many people find the machine uncomfortable or are unable to tolerate it for other reasons, leading them to seek alternative treatments.
    • Oral appliance therapy: A custom-fit oral device is another effective, non-invasive option for treating sleep apnea and snoring. This device is similar in shape to a sports mouthguard, and it is comfortable, quiet, and easy to take with you while traveling.
    • Surgery: In some cases, surgery may be recommended to remove or reposition tissues in the throat to prevent airway blockage during sleep.
  • Are there risks to not treating Sleep Apnea?

    Not getting treatment for sleep apnea can result in several severe health problems, including hypertension, cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, and depression.

  • Is Sleep Apnea very common?

    Around 22 million individuals in the United States are thought to have sleep apnea, but as much as 80% of cases of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea are either misdiagnosed or undiagnosed as other illnesses.

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