Snoring & Sleep Apnea Doctor Serving West Orange, Short Hills & Livingston, New Jersey
Have you been told that your excessive, loud snoring might wake up the neighbors? Do you often awake from a full night’s sleep feeling exhausted, irritable or with less energy than you had before you went to bed the previous night?
If you are an individual that:
- Feels exhausted and/or irritable each morning
- Frequently wakes up with a dry or sore throat
- Suffers from headaches
- Experiences uncontrollable bouts of sleepiness during the day
Then you are not alone and we at New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions may just have a cure for your snoring and sleep apnea.
According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, nearly a third of Americans suffer from sleep disorders characterized by excessive snoring. Of these sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is one of the most common.
What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a condition in which tissue in the back of the throat collapses during sleep, blocking the airway. When this happens, the flow of oxygen is obstructed. Those with sleep apnea temporarily stop breathing while they are sleeping — until they wake up gasping for air. Bouts of OSA can literally occur hundreds of times each night, so individuals with sleep apnea often wake up each morning feeling exhausted, even if they have been in bed for eight or more hours.
The consequences of suffering from chronic sleep apnea range from feeling run down or irritable to more dangerous effects such as falling asleep while driving. Individuals suffering from sleep apnea also have an increased risk of certain diseases including stroke, cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular conditions such as heart attack.
If left untreated, sleep apnea can be extremely serious. Thankfully, New Jersey sleep apnea dentist Dr. Ivan F. Stein is an OSA specialist, with extensive experience treating the potentially dangerous condition.
What to Do If You Exhibit Sleep Apnea Symptoms
New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions is a world leader in the treatment of sleep disorders. If you are a heavy snorer or experience other sleep apnea symptoms, call us for an appointment today. Our dedicated specialists can evaluate your symptoms and develop an effective treatment plan that does not involve painful surgery or an extremely cumbersome CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) mask. Our oral-appliance treatment options are noninvasive, comfortable and easy to use.
To schedule a complimentary consultation with a sleep apnea specialist so you can sleep peacefully, contact New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions by calling (855) WHY-SNORE or (855) 949-7667.
About Dr. Ivan F. Stein, Founder of New Jersey Sleep Apnea Solutions
Dr. Stein earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Georgetown University Dental School. The sleep apnea specialist has devoted 20 years of his career to researching and treating functional disorders of the mouth and jaw, including obstructive sleep apnea, excessive snoring and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
Dr. Stein has been selected as a Top Dentist by an independent panel of more than 6,000 New Jersey-based dentists. He is a compassionate dentist dedicated to delivering outstanding patient care. He is also a pioneer in neuromuscular dentistry.
Dr. Stein was one of the first doctors in America to employ the Denta 2 carbon dioxide laser to repair soft tissues, providing patients with painless, bloodless treatments and rapid healing. In addition, Dr. Stein has personally engineered some of the most advanced oral appliances used for the treatment of OSA and TMJ disorders, including FDA-cleared Oravan OSA. As a highly respected authority in his field, Dr. Stein has been featured in numerous medical publications and has appeared on CNBC and ABC.
NJ Sleep Apnea Center is a world leader in the treatment of sleep disorders without the use of surgery and no need for a CPAP mask. If you’re a heavy snorer or experience other OSA symptoms, contact us for an appointment today and let our dedicated specialists evaluate your condition and develop an effective, non-invasive and patient-friendly oral-appliance-based solution.
Call today for a complimentary consultation at 855.WHY.SNORE or