Good Health Dentistry Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Clinic acknowledge the severe health implications of snoring and sleep apnoea, as researched by medical professionals. We aim to provide snoring solutions and permanently restore healthy breathing during sleep. We achieve this by correcting the size and shape of the airway and controlling the volume of air that is breathed. In most cases, sleep apnoea treatment is possible without the use of a sleep apnoea machine.
All snoring and sleep apnoea must be eliminated if a healthy life is to be lived. At Good Health Dentistry, we are here to assist you as one of the leading providers of sleep apnoea treatment Sydney has to offer.
Medical research has shown a clear link between sleep disorders and high blood pressure, strokes, arteriosclerosis and other heart diseases. Also related are most of the respiratory diseases of the nose, sinuses and lungs. This is why sleep apnoea treatment and snoring treatment are so crucial.
Over the last 20 years of practising dentistry, the role of the dentist in treating these disorders has become more and more important. In fact, sleep apnoea treatment It is the most single important service that a dentist can perform that most significantly affects the health of the whole body. Sydney’s Good Health Dentistry team will take a holistic and thorough approach to improve your sleep disorder. As well as CPAP machines, another option is orthodontics to correct snoring sleep apnoea.
The biggest problem is that many people do not take snoring and sleep apnoea seriously. Often, snoring is simply thought of as an inconvenient or embarrassing trait, causing couples to sleep in separate rooms. Another contributing problem is that currently, treatment of sleep disorders is controlled by the “sleep industry”, whose sole purpose is to sell their CPAP machines. At Good Health Dentistry, we are committed to providing true snoring solutions to Sydney patients to ensure proper diagnosis and sleep apnoea treatment in Sydney and Lindfield.
We should be able to sleep peacefully and quietly with no noise or obstructions experienced while breathing. We should be able to sleep deeply and calmly and wake up feeling completely refreshed, alert and full of energy. It is the duty of dentistry to offer this to our patients. The true question is: do we care enough to pursue sleep apnoea and snoring treatment? With Good Health Dentistry’s sleep apnoea treatment, Sydney locals can enjoy a truly transformative change in their quality of life. We will strive to provide snoring solutions to your sleep disorders in order to greatly improve your sleep experience.
It has been estimated that if snoring and sleep apnoea is not treated, it can reduce an individual’s lifespan by 15 years. Most people today are not pursuing snoring solutions and sleep apnoea treatment, and those that wish to treat their condition are simply being told to use a CPAP machine for the rest of their life. For most people, this does not need to be the case.
Snoring and sleep apnoea is also a serious problem among children, as apnoeic events during sleep can affect their growth, development, behaviour, and performance in areas such as education. Children should be checked for adenoid and tonsil enlargement by an ENT. The nasal passage should be clear of mucus and inflammation, but most importantly the child should breathe with their lips together, night and day. A visit to our children’s dentist in Lindfield can help to identify sleep disorders and begin sleep apnoea treatment and snoring treatment.
If you’ve had enough of living with sleep disorders, talk to our dentists about snoring solutions. We can provide orthodontics to correct snoring sleep apnoea in order to offer effective sleep apnoea treatment in Sydney and Lindfield.
At Good Health Dentistry, our aim is to offer a relaxing and personal dental experience. Offering our patients a range of cutting-edge techniques and treatments including Teeth Whitening, TMJ Treatment, Cosmetic Braces, Holistic Orthodontics and Sleep Apnoea Treatment.
A child should have no apnoeic event in sleep and should be as quiet as a mouse, otherwise there is resistance. This significantly affects their behaviour and their ability to attend. They should be checked for adenoid and tonsil enlargement by an ENT. The nasal passage should be clear of mucus and inflammation, but most importantly the child should breathe with their lips together, night and day.