Obstructive Sleep apnea (OSA) and Orthodontics

Sleep Apnea Photo
Sleep Apnea Photo

Quality sleep is essential for your general and mental health and for you or your child to develop and stay healthy.

Obstructive sleep apnea  (OSA) is one of the most common sleep disorders and has an increasing occurrence in young children with enlarged adenoids and tonsils along with adults later in life.

It is often associated with snoring, awakening a night, headaches, grinding and daytime sleepiness.  If not diagnosed and treated can lead to depression and mood change along with more serious health risks.

There are many treatments that can help improve OSA  and help achieve quality sleep – to find out more book a free consultation at Fresh Smiles where we can guide you through the best option