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IS IT SNORING OR
IS IT SLEEP APNEA

A dental device could
help with both.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a serious sleep disorder where your breathing repeatedly stops and starts. This occurs when the muscles in the back of your throat relax and your airway narrows or closes as you breathe in. This is followed by a snort, choke or gasp, as the brain is telling the body to wake up and reopen the airways.

Hate your CPAP?

While the industry standard treatment for Sleep Apnea has been CPAP therapy, we offer innovative alternatives that are far less invasive and often more effective. If you can’t wear a CPAP mask or are simply sick of sleeping with a CPAP machine and dealing with the problems and annoyances that come with it, we can help determine which alternative therapy option fits your health needs and lifestyle.

Effects of Sleep Apnea

If you’re experiencing these symptoms and are ready to enjoy better health, Dr. Storm can help! We have several non-invasive treatment options including alternative options for those who can’t wear a CPAP mask.
Sleep Apnea affects the eyes

EYES

It decreases oxygen levels which can damage the nerve that links the eyes to the brain.

Sleep Apnea affects the Brain

BRAIN

It is linked to brain
damage that causes memory
loss and thinking problems.

Sleep Apnea affects the lungs

LUNGS

It raises blood pressure in the lungs and can cause breathing problems.

HEART

It stresses out the heart and can damage blood vessels, elevating the risk of a heart attack..

WEIGHT

People are more likely to have slower metabolisms and be obese.

BLOOD SUGAR

Lack of oxygen makes it harder
for the body to use insulin to
keep blood sugar in check.

IS IT SNORING OR
IS IT SLEEP APNEA

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Julie Storm sleep apnea patient

“As someone who has personally suffered from Sleep Apnea, I help my patients find real solutions because I’ve experienced the benefits of what dental devices can do first-hand.”

Signs of Sleep Apnea

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?

If you have checked more than one of the above, you may need to be tested.

Picking a Sleep Apnea doctor is a challenge.

If you think you might suffer from this condition, there are a wide variety of specialists you can consult. However, medical doctors are increasingly turning to dentists for help as they understand the inner-workings of the mouth, tongue, and jaw and the way this complicated system interacts.

Each case and condition varies, but Dr. Julie Storm works closely with your medical doctor to find the best solution for you. Our dental appliance can reduce your risk of serious health complications and increase your quality of sleep. 

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