Dr. Mohan is here to serve you with all your sleep apnea needs. Give Iowa Sleep Dentistry a call today at 512-612-7148.
Have you been having a hard time sleeping? Does your partner or roommate tell you about your constant snoring keeping them awake? Do you wake up tired still after a good nights sleep? Then have you pursued that you might be struggling with sleep apnea? Well, please be reassured, and know that you have come to the right place! Iowa Sleep Dentistry is a state-of-the-art sleep treatment facility that strives to get to the root of your sleeping problems. Our team is more than just another dental practice. By assisting more patients with their sleep-related problems, more people in West Des Moines, Iowa and the surrounding areas trust us with their sleep disorder needs than are ordinarily expected from dental professionals. Give Iowa Sleep Dentistry a call today at 512-612-7148. Dr. Mohan is here to serve you with all your sleep apnea needs. Dr Mahon is a licensed DDS and is a part of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, Christian Dental Society, and the Progressive Dentist. While she still loves doing general dentistry in Des Moines, Iowas she specializes in sleep dentistry. At Plaza Dental Group, we know how to focus on our patients with love and attention. From our sleep testing to sleep disorder treatments, our staff knows how to make you feel right at home. We recognize that each patient is unique, so we get to know your individual needs in order to provide you with the one-on- one attention you deserve. Our staff has many years of experience in dental sleep medicine, so we know that offering a safe and comfortable environment for you is our number one concern. Do you struggle with sleep apnea? You are not alone. Over 22 million people in America struggle with sleep apnea. Over eighty percent of Americans suffer with moderate to severe sleep apnea. Many people let Sleep Apnea ruin their life. You no longer need that CPAP machine, there is a new solution. Try Iowa Sleep Dentistry to help you get the rest you deserve. Untreated sleep apnea cases aren’t just frustrating, but they can also lead to many health risks. These risks run from chronic fatigue to heart disease, and may even be fatal. If you suspect that you may be suffering from undiagnosed sleep apnea, do yourself a favor and schedule an appointment with our team. Call Iowa Sleep Dentistry today to get the rest that you need, as well as beginning your journey to healthier, happier you. We offer a convenient, state of the art methods to determine if you have sleep apnea and how critical your sleep apnea is. You don’t have to stay in our office overnight for observation; we here at Iowa Sleep Dentistry strive to make the treatment for your sleep disordered breathing as hassle free as we can. We offer a free consultation; we can do a screening exam by sending you home with a small device that you place on your finger and the rest is simple. You go home and sleep! We take over from there. When you bring the device back in, and we hook it up to our state of the art software, a qualified physician who specializes in sleep apnea, will read the results to determine how critical your apnea is. Then you are fitted for your device so that you can be on your way to healthier sleep! Part of our mission statement is to provide all of our patients with five-star service, and we genuinely strive to deliver that! Rather than routinely referring suspected sleep disorder issues to a specialist, we are able to perform most diagnosis and treatment “in-house” to get you back to a healthier, happier you. Whether you suffer from sleep apnea, are looking for a quality alternative to CPAP treatment, or are looking for any other types of effective oral sleep solutions, we can help you stop snoring and reduce fatigue fast! The treatment of sleep disordered breathing depends on the diagnosis of the cause of the disorder. If the cause is obstruction, then depending on the severity, an oral sleep appliance may be used. Sometimes the cause is not primarily obstruction but may be neurological or a combination of causes. If a child has the disorder, other treatments may be offered. OAT Stands for Oral Appliance Therapy and MAD stands for Mandibular Advancement Device. There are many types and you will see a couple of types pictured on this page. These are selected by your dentist based on your particular dental needs. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages. All of them tend to do similar functions. It is to bring the lower jaw forward and with it the tongue creating more room for the airway to be open. These appliances also improve muscle tone. This is also called an oral sleep appliance. This most often results in relief of snoring, UARS, sleep apnea and hypopnea. Some of the most common types of professional OSAs are TAP 1 and TAP 3, SomnoMed, Suad, EMA, Micro O2, Clear Dream and Herbst but there are many more. Some of these appliances will only work if you have a full complement of teeth to anchor them to, while others can work with less teeth. Denture patients need different types of appliances and may need dental implants to help anchor the MAD.. Some people also need to get Oral DNA type treatment and orthodontics to reopen the airway and remodel the bone.. Others may need concurrent myofunctional/TMJ treatment to correct the bite and relax over stimulated muscles. Others may need laser treatment of the soft palate to shrink the tissue and open the airway. Call Des Moines, Iowa’s premiere sleep apnea specialists today. Dr Mohan is here to help you. We hope to here from you soon, call us to schedule appointment today at 512-612-7148 or visit us on the web at http://www.sleepdentistiowa.com/
Do you struggle with sleep apnea? You are not alone. Over 22 million people in America struggle with sleep apnea. Over eighty percent of Americans suffer with moderate to severe sleep apnea. Many people let Sleep Apnea ruin their life. You no longer need that CPAP machine, there is a new solution. Try Iowa Sleep Dentistry to help you get the rest you deserve. #sleepapnea #iowasleepdentistry #iowasnores #sleepdentistry #husbandwontstopsnoring
Sleep Apnea doesn't have to completely ruin your life. Don't go into hibernation anymore! We offer a convenient, state of the art methods to determine if you have sleep apnea and how critical your sleep apnea is. You don’t have to stay in our office overnight for observation; we here at Iowa Sleep Dentistry strive to make the treatment for your sleep disordered breathing as hassle free as we can. Call to make your appointment today! #sleepapnea #sleepdentistry #iowasleepdentistry #checkoutnewapneatreatment #cpapmachine
Tired of losing sleep at night? Need help with your sleep apnea? Call Iowa Sleep Dentistry today. We would love to help you out if you live in the great Des Moines Iowa area.#sleepapnea #iowasleepdentistry #stopmysnoring #sleepdentistry
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