MY HUSBAND/WIFE SNORES…

What Do I Do?

All of us know someone who snores. You might even be the culprit! Multiple nights of snoring isn’t just highly annoying, it’s also a possible symptom of sleep apnea. This condition can be a serious health hazard. Dr. Cox and our staff have the experience and expertise to help.

DO I HAVE SLEEP APNEA?

Not sure if you have sleep apnea? There are three key warning signs: Snoring loudly, chronic fatigue and high blood pressure. If you have these symptoms, you could be suffering from Sleep Apnea. The next step for diagnosis is to do a sleep test.

WHAT IS SLEEP APNEA?

Sleep apnea is estimated to affect more than 52 million Americans, disrupting breathing and sleep while exacerbating overall health problems. With crafted personal treatment plans, we can help reverse the symptoms of the condition.

TREATMENT OPTIONS

Is your CPAP machine too uncomfortable to remain effective? As experts in dental sleep treatments, we offer a number of sleep apnea solutions that address and correct the problem, and let you enjoy the relief of symptoms and a good night’s sleep once again.

Is Snoring Normal?

With differing types and an ever-widening selection of sleep apnea treatment options, care for sleep apnea can be both confusing and overwhelming. Of course, you have questions. For helpful answers, visit our FAQ page or call our patient care team today.

TOP RATED LOCAL® SLEEP TREATMENT

Millions of people live with sleep apnea, and potentially up to 90 percent don’t realize it. Left untreated, this condition can lead to a deterioration of both your physical and mental health. Dental sleep care can be a highly effective method for treating recurring snoring and sleep apnea. A wide range of treatment methods exists to help you sleep better and wake up feeling refreshed. To find the sleep apnea treatment that’s right for you in the Mooresville, contact Good Night Dentistry today.

WHO IS GOOD NIGHT DENTISTRY?

  • We are a dental practice limited to dental sleep medicine.
  • We work with local physicians in the Mooresville area to provide the best comprehensive diagnosis and care.
  • Dr. Cox has the “qualified dentist” designation awarded by the AADSM (American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine), of which he is a member.
  • Dr. Cox has been a practicing general dentist since 1984, has extensive training in dental sleep medicine and is currently seeking board certification with the ABDSM (American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine).
  • Together with Dr. Mark Mautner, we have done over 1800 cases. And we have done over 300 hours of continuing education in the last 2 years.

WHAT DOES THE ADA SAY ABOUT THE DENTIST’S ROLE?

In October 2017, the ADA proposed that Dentists should screen their patients for
Sleep Related Breathing Disorders as part of their comprehensive medical and dental
history.

As needed, patients are to be referred to the appropriate physicians for a
definitive diagnosis.

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