Sleep Cycle Center
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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!
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!
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.
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.
How Inadequate Sleep Affects An Athlete's Performance. Training, diet, and practice are all essential for an athlete, but there’s one piece that many athletes and trainers forget – sleep. Many athletes do not get the quality and quantity of sleep they need when they...
Can Snoring Occur in Children and Can They Develop Sleep Apnea? Snoring occurs in almost half of adults, but did you know it can also occur in children? In fact, it is estimated that up to 27% of children experience minor or occasional snoring and can start in...
Sleep Apnea Linked to Increased Dementia Risk A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, led by Dr. Melinda Jackson from the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, has found a link between severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and an...