Sleep apnea treatment
Sleep apnea cures in Toronto, Danforth, The Beaches
Suffering from sleep apnea? Toronto dentist Dr. Iliana Paparisto can help
Whether your partner’s noticed your interrupted breathing during the night or you regularly wake yourself up snoring, it’s important to understand the potential health implications of this disrupted sleep pattern.
You may not know it, but your snoring could be having a detrimental impact on your day-to-day life, and could have serious consequences for your overall health.
You may be suffering from sleep apnea.
And if you are suffering from this sleep disorder in Toronto, it’s time to seek professional help from our dedicated team at Twogether Dental.
What is sleep apnea?
Many people aren’t aware they have sleep apnea because it only occurs while they’re asleep. Often, it’s a partner that recognizes the condition first. Sleep apnea causes short or shallow breaths while you’re sleeping. You may even stop breathing for seconds or minutes at a time – this can happen a number of times during the night. This lack of oxygen can put stress on your heart, potentially causing strokes or heart attacks. And it can affect your overall well-being, too.
If you suspect that you’re suffering sleep apnea, finding a sleep apnea treatment should be on the top of your priority list.
Sleep apnea treatment in Toronto
We work with dental technology for your comfort and for effective results. We are a fun and friendly family dentistry that offers a wide range of services in addition to general dentistry – cosmetic dental treatment, restorative dentistry, dental implants, dentures, orthodontics, and more.
How do I get a dental sleep appliance?
After a home sleep test is carried out by your doctor, we’ll start evaluating whether a dental sleep device is right for you. Once confirmed, Dr. Paparisto will take digital impressions of your mouth so the custom-made appliance can be crafted especially for you.
Our specialist sleep apnea treatment in Toronto provides you with a dental sleep appliance that opens up your airways throughout the night. This doesn’t just stop your snoring but prevents sleep apnea, too.