Sleep Apnea Treatment
Treat Snoring, Sleep Apnea, Chronic Allergies, and more.
Sleep Cycle Centers takes a holistic view of treating sleep disorders. From severe snoring and obstructive sleep apnea to chronic allergies and infections, there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. Each case is taken into deep consideration and a dedicated team of Specialists is assigned to provide expert care.
3 Steps to Treatment!
Fill out the Sleep Cycle Center sleep apnea assessment form and our team will call you with your results.
Home Sleep Test
Take a comprehensive sleep test using a comfortable device in the comfort of your own home!
The Sleep Cycle Center team will recommend the right course of treatment for you based on your unique results.
Request an Evaluation
Oral Devices for Sleep Apnea
One popular treatment option is an oral device. This device is designed to be worn during sleep and is fit specifically to your needs and physical attributes.
The device is used to keep your airway open by increasing the vertical and horizontal space in the mouth and throat to help eliminate sleep apnea and snoring. It is slowly adjusted over time to keep the tongue from blocking the airway while also remaining comfortable for patients to wear. Due to this ease of use this treatment method helps patients keep adhere to a long term routine and increases compliance.
Every device provided by Sleep Cycle Centers is FDA Approved. In addition, each oral device is custom fit to the patient and their needs. It is well over 90% effective in treating mild to moderate sleep apnea and can easily be used in conjunction with other treatment modalities to treat severe, very severe, or chronically severe patients.
Due to the comfort of the device, ease of use, safety with respiratory issues such as COVID-19, and the long term compliance, it is our first line of defense against all sleep apnea issues.
CPAP or PAP Therapy
Find a CPAP that works for you!
Sleep Cycle Centers offers CPAP and PAP Therapy for patients. Our team of specialists has a wide selection of masks and can refit existing CPAP devices to a more comfortable, and more effective, alternative.
CPAP therapy, compliance/adherence, and success is a direct measure of how well the equipment and “mask” are picked out for each patient. They are used to keep the airway open by using various degrees of pressurized air up your nose and down your throat while you sleep.