UT Dentistry Sleep Disorders Center
If getting a full night of sleep is only a dream, the experts at UT Dentistry Sleep Disorders Center may be able to help you enjoy deep, restorative sleep. Sleep disordered breathing, also known as sleep apnea, affects one in five people preventing them from getting quality sleep needed for mental and physical health.
Symptoms of sleep apnea:
- Loud snoring
- Waking abruptly due to shortness in breath, gasping, or choking
- Daytime sleepiness
Left untreated, sleep disorders can lead to:
- High blood pressure
- Heart attacks
- Congestive heart failure
- Cardiac arrhythmia
- Increased risk of diabetes
- Increased risk of death from any disease
Call the UT Dentistry Sleep Disorders Center to learn about the easy and painless screening for sleep-related breathing disorders. Sleep disorders are diagnosed by a sleep physician who may prescribe a comfortable oral appliance to improve one’s quality of sleep.
You deserve to sleep well and to increase your quality of life, call UT Dentistry today to schedule your consultation!