Sleep Apnea in Chicago, IL
Obstructive sleep apnea related snoring, headaches, and fatigue can ruin your day.
But you can get a fresh start with state-of-the-art sleep apnea treatments from Dr. Szurgot!
What is obstructive sleep apnea?
Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by interrupted airflow to the patient during sleep. The patient’s throat muscles relax while the patient is asleep, causing his or her oral tissues to block his or her airway. This can cause snoring, coughing fits, poor sleep quality, and low blood oxygen levels.
How does obstructive sleep apnea treatment work?
At Lincoln Park Columbus Dental Associates we use small oral devices (such as TAP3 and EMA) to help keep the patient’s airway open during sleep. These intra-oral appliances guide the lower jaw into an optimal position for keeping the airway unobstructed. The obstructive sleep apnea oral appliances that we provide are more comfortable, affordable, and portable then traditional CPAP machines.
Why choose Lincoln Park Columbus Dental Associates for obstructive sleep apnea treatment?
Experience You Can Count On
Dr. Szurgot has the obstructive sleep apnea treatment experience that you can count on. Additionally, because he has worked in biomedical engineering and anesthesia administration he has a thorough understanding of how patients can avoid airway obstructions.
Treatment That Fits Your Life
Managing obstructive sleep apnea requires ongoing treatment and continual use of dentist-prescribed sleep apnea oral appliances and devices. That is why our sleep apnea team works so hard to help every patient find his or her ideal treatment solution. We’ll make sure that your treatment plan is compatible with your schedule and daily life.
Improve Your Wellbeing
Obstructive sleep apnea, when left untreated, can take a serious toll on your health. That is why it is so important to seek timely treatment for obstructive sleep apnea symptoms. Proper care will minimize your risk of suffering from headaches, sleep disruptions, and memory and concentrations problems.