At Bellevue Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, we specialize in addressing surgical dental needs as well as treating any pathology or trauma affecting the orofacial area. From corrective jaw surgery to bone graft procedures and sinus lifts, Dr. Kyle Smith is experienced in providing the highest quality of skilled and compassionate surgical care. If you are suffering from 68005 sleep apnea
, it’s a good idea to consult with Dr. Smith; a knowledgeable professional who understands the complex relationship between airway function and oral anatomy
68005 Sleep Apnea
As everyone knows, a full night of uninterrupted sleep is vital to one’s overall health and well-being. If your loud snoring is keeping everyone in your household awake, or if you’re not getting the restful night’s sleep you require, obstructive sleep apnea may be to blame. According to statistics, obstructive sleep apnea is a widespread condition that affects approximately 25 million adults throughout the United States. In addition to the intermittent blockage of airflow and breathing cessation, those who suffer with sleep apnea can also experience abrupt awakenings and episodes of gasping for air. Because sleep apnea interrupts the normal sleep cycle, sufferers tend to experience daytime symptoms, such as fatigue, headaches and difficulty concentrating. Unfortunately, these symptoms can have dangerous consequences, resulting in accidents as well as serving as contributing factors in the development of serious illnesses. As a specialist with years of advanced training, Dr. Kyle Smith is well equipped to treat 68005 sleep apnea
, and can prescribe a custom fabricated oral appliance or other modes of care to alleviate the symptoms of this condition.
At Bellevue Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, we provide a comprehensive range of advanced services to address our patients needs. For more information on our office and to about the care we offer for the treatment of 68005 sleep apnea
, give us a call today.
1004 Lincoln Road Suite 102
Bellevue, NE 68005
By Bellevue Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
January 23, 2019