Sleep Apnea and Snoring treatment in Phoenixville

“Every day, I see patients who are scared for their health and who are struggling in their relationships because of their snoring. One of the greatest rewards for me personally is being able to help my patients finally regain control of their sleep, their health and their relationships.”

-Dr. Lon R. Kessler

Dental Sleep Medicine Center

Sleep Apnea Treatments for Phoenixville CoupleKessler Dental Associates is the home of Phoenixville’s Dental Sleep Medicine Center, the Phoenixville and Valley Forge area’s only dedicated Oral Appliance Therapy center for the treatment of snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea; and the Oral Appliance Therapy provider of choice for the area’s top sleep centers and physicians. We offer cutting edge sleep apnea treatments as well as snoring treatments.
Millions of American adults snore. One in five of those who snore, suffer, many unknowingly, from a dangerous condition called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Both snoring and OSA are linked to serious illnesses and health concerns, with OSA being closely linked to heart attack, stroke, diabetes, traffic accidents, dementia and death.

OSA and Snoring Treatments

Snoring treatments in PhoenixvilleKessler Dental Associate’s Dental Sleep Medicine Center can help. OSA and snoring can be easily screened for and there are several effective treatment options available. Our Dentists are specialists in the field of Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) for the treatment of snoring, sleep apnea and CPAP intolerance. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) recommends oral appliance therapy as a first line treatment for patients diagnosed with mild to moderate OSA. The AASM also recommends oral appliances for patients with severe OSA, who are unable to tolerate or cannot wear Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices.

The first step in treating and determining the cause of your snoring is to schedule a complimentary sleep consultation with our office.  During this appointment we will assess your symptoms and risk factors and schedule a follow-up sleep test.  Performed at home or a sleep center, a sleep test is conducted in order to definitively determine whether your snoring is a symptom of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. If it is determined that your snoring is a symptom of sleep apnea, there are several treatment options available. Our specialists work with a team of sleep centers and physicians in offering the best treatment option for you, whether CPAP, Oral Appliance Therapy, lifestyle changes, or other treatments.

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