Sleep Cycle Center
Treating Snoring & Sleep Apnea
A Good Nights Rest Begins Here
Austin’s Premier Sleep Specialist
Austin dentist, Dr. Chadwick Denman, provides treatment for sleep apnea using oral appliances as an alternative to CPAP. Oral Appliance Therapy can also be used in combination with CPAP or surgical therapy. Call us to schedule an appointment today!
There are many types of stop snoring devices available to help users to eliminate or reduce the annoying and disruptive snore sound during sleep.
Why Is Sleep Important?
On the surface, sleep is our chance to relax, unwind, and essentially “turn off” after a long day. But while we’re counting sheep, our bodies are actually hard at work repairing themselves and restoring vital energy for our daily lives. Scientists have been studying sleep for years, and its’ importance can’t be overstated.
7 ½ to 8 hours of quality sleep is crucial for long-term physical and mental health.
OPTIONS TO TREAT YOUR SLEEP APNEA
The two main treatments for sleep apnea are CPAP Therapy and Oral Appliance Therapy. These solutions are excellent options for treating sleep apnea.
STEP 1: Set An Appointment
STEP 3: Go Home WIth A Sleep Test
STEP 2: Visit One Of Our Offices For Evaluation
STEP 4: Sleep Well!
The Sleep Cycle Center Blog
Our experts weigh in on the latest in Sleep Apnea news, treatment options, and education for patients who are looking for treatment or alternatives to their current treatment.
Is There a Link Between High Blood Pressure and Sleep Apnea?As many as 80% of people with mild to moderate sleep apnea in the US are undiagnosed! With the many comorbidities – including high blood pressure – that come with sleep apnea, it is essential for everyone...
Are Military Veterans More Prone to Sleep Apnea?Sleep is an important part of health for everyone, especially military veterans. Although the cause is not distinctly known, there is a strong correlation between veterans and sleep disorders – specifically sleep...
Can Changes in Your Diet Help with Sleep Apnea?Sleep apnea is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, dementia, and a shortened lifespan. Because of the risks associated, it is important to treat sleep apnea and create solutions for lasting relief. Sleep Cycle...