Sleep Apnea in Children
Sleep apnea can effect anyone, including children. Sleep apnea can slow down growth and development for children and cause many other negative sideeffects, like frequent upper airway infections, disruptive behavior, bedwetting, and more. This video details signs of sleep apnea in children, testing options, and treatment methods for parents to consider.
Treating sleep apnea in children as soon as possible is vital. So if you think your child may have sleep apnea, get them tested today.
Here at Good Night Dentistry, we treat sleep apnea in adults with oral appliances but can not treat children, because they’re still growing and the oral appliances we make may be quickly out grown, but if you give us a call we can refer you to someone who can help.
If you have an adult in your life that you think may have sleep apnea, or has sleep apnea and is CPAP intolerant, give us a call to schedule a free consultation today.