Sleep Treatment Services
Do you ever experience daytime fatigue?
Do you find yourself waking up during the night?
Have you received feedback about your snoring or instances where you wake up gasping for air?
"If your answer is YES to any of these questions, we invite you to explore further and stay with us on this page."
At our establishment, we are passionately committed to improving the quality of life for individuals who grapple with sleep apnea, tailoring treatment plans to suit their unique needs.
Our team comprises seasoned professionals who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of sleep apnea.
We provide a comprehensive array of services thoughtfully designed to address the individualized requirements of each patient, please see below treatment options!!
These custom-fit devices are worn in the mouth during sleep to help keep the airway open and prevent breathing interruptions. Oral appliances work by repositioning the tongue and jaw to prevent them from collapsing and blocking the airway. They are comfortable, easy to wear, and highly effective in reducing snoring and improving sleep quality. Our sleep apnea specialists can help determine if an oral appliance is the right treatment option for you and customize one to fit your unique needs. With oral appliances, you can enjoy better sleep and improved overall health.
Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) can cause chronic jaw pain, headaches, and difficulty chewing. At Aston Dental Care, we offer a range of services to help relieve TMD symptoms and improve jaw function. We work closely with our patients to develop personalized treatment plans that address their unique needs and goals. With our help, patients can experience reduced pain, improved jaw movement, and a better quality of life.
OSA Obstructive Sleep Apnea
People with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) experience pauses in their breathing, called apneas, during sleep. Apneas usually occur when relaxed muscle and tissue cause a blockage or collapse of the airway.
OSA is the most common type of sleep apnea. Although the condition affects up to 15% of women and 30% of men in the U.S., it is thought to be underdiagnosed. Men, people who smoke, those with a higher body mass index (BMI), and older individuals are more likely to develop OSA.
Healthcare professionals use a scale called the apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) to help determine the severity of a person’s OSA. The scale measures how many apneas an individual experiences during each hour of sleep. To select an AHI score, doctors divide the number of apnea events a person experiences by the number of hours they have slept.
The SleepImage Ring is a low-profile device that collects physiological data during sleep that users can wear on any finger on their left hand. The thumb or index finger is recommended, but achieving a snug fit without being uncomfortable is important