Test For OSA At Home With Top Denver Dentist & Get CPAP Alternative Treatment

Apr 17, 2024

Are you fed up of waking up exhausted, even after a full night’s sleep? You might have obstructive sleep apnea! Find out if this is what’s causing your brain fog with an FDA-cleared home sleep test from Denver Dentistry (303-988-6118).

No one wants to wake up feeling even more tired than they did the night before. But for people with obstructive sleep apnea, this is often their reality. Most people aren't aware that they are waking up repeatedly throughout the night so this common condition can be difficult to self-diagnose. If going to a sleep clinic fills you with dread, there is another option! Luckily, Denver Dentistry is now offering SleepImage testing - the only FDA-cleared technology that can accurately measure sleep quality for the diagnosis and management of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

For a good night's sleep, schedule your appointment today at https://www.denverdentistry.com

How common is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

According to data from the NCOA, approximately 39 million U.S. adults suffer from obstructive sleep apnea, a condition caused by the collapse of tissue at the back of the throat that supports breathing. Diagnosis of OSA often involves patients being referred to a sleep disorder center for sleep evaluation and testing. However, with Denver Dentistry’s FDA-cleared home sleep test, you can now diagnose obstructive and central sleep apnea from the comfort of your own home.

Diagnosing OSA

If you suspect OSA is the cause of your constant exhaustion, Denver Dentistry will set you up with a specialized SleepImage ring that works with a smartphone application and cloud-based algorithm to evaluate your sleep quality. This technology collects signals controlled by your autonomic nervous system during sleep to inform your sleep stability, sleep fragmentation, sleep duration and sleep pathology. This information is displayed as a Sleep Quality Index (SQI), which can be used to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea. Simple!

“SleepImage has medically-actionable sleep metrics, driven by objective physiological biomarkers and is cleared to evaluate sleep disorders to inform or aid diagnostic decisions,” says Denver Dentistry.

Treating OSA

If you have a diagnosis of OSA, you can make use of Denver Dentistry’s alternative treatments, including ProSomnus Mandibular Advancement Devices and Visos Therapeutics. Unlike traditional lifelong treatments, such as CPAP machines, Visos Therapeutics addresses the root of the problem by reshaping and expanding your oral cavity to expand the airways and minimize the risk of blockage.

Dr. Gabriak of Denver Dentistry states: “On completing the Vivos protocol, a significant number of patients find they no longer require their CPAP or any OSA treatments. It’s not just a temporary fix; it’s a long-term solution.”

With its latest announcement, Denver Dentistry continues to provide holistic services to patients in Littleton and surrounding locations such as Columbine, Ken Caryl and Grant Ranch. Dr. Gabriak prides himself on providing state-of-the-art dental care and airway health treatments, diagnosing and treating the root cause of problems as opposed to symptoms.

Everybody deserves a good night's sleep; don't let sleep apnea steal yours! Schedule your appointment with Denver Dentistry today at https://www.denverdentistry.com

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