Another option for extreme cases of sleep apnea is surgery. The goal of this procedure is to ensure that your airway is clear so that you can breathe properly at night. Of course, you will need to undergo a sleep study to ensure whether or not a surgical solution is right for you.
Our center in Las Vegas is equipped with all of the tools our specialists need to ensure that sleep apnea no longer troubles you at night. They will work with you to determine what the best procedure is to help cure you of the sleeping disorder. If the process requires a surgical solution, then they will go over all that this entails and the best course of action.
Give our Las Vegas center a call now to learn more about the services that we offer that are designed to help you get the sleep that you require.
Snoring and sleep apnea often go hand-in-hand, and because they are so common, they are health conditions that are often misdiagnosed or overlooked. For many, a diagnosis of sleep apnea can be frightening, but the truth is, this serious sleep disorder is completely treatable. Early intervention and a personalized treatment plan can help you avoid some of the health risks associated with sleep apnea, including heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.
A Team Approach
At miVIP Sleep Centers, our team approach to treatment includes a consultation with a board-certified expert who can help get to the root of your sleep disorder. You will receive compassionate, experienced care from a team of medical professionals, including general surgeons, bariatric specialists, otolaryngologist/ENT (ear, nose, throat specialists), gastroenterologists and dental care experts.
Our comprehensive services include:
- Sleep Disorder Evaluations
- Sleep Study Diagnostic Services
- Medical and Surgical Interventions
- CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) treatment
- Sleep Aids and Techniques
- Medical Weight Loss Programs
- Dental Devices
Understanding Your Risk Factors
While sleep apnea is common, there are some people who may be more at risk. Individuals with certain physical attributes have a higher incidence of sleep apnea, these include people with thicker necks, deviated septums, a receding chin, or enlarged tonsils or adenoids. Individuals with chronic allergies or other health conditions that result in nasal congestion and breathing problems may also have an increased risk for developing sleep apnea. When you visit one of our miVIP Sleep Centers, your evaluation will look at all of your potential risk factors, lifestyle factors and your complete health history to ensure your diagnosis and treatment plan is both accurate and effective.
Trusted Care You Can Count On
Patients of all ages have trusted miVIP Sleep Centers to help them get to the root of sleep disorders, so they can feel better and enjoy restful, restorative sleep. If you suspect you may be struggling with sleep apnea, diagnosis is just a phone call away. Schedule an appointment to be evaluated by our caring, expert team today.