Who We Are
At Delaware Dental Sleep Medicine we help you treat your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring. We are Delaware’s only American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine qualified dentist. We have the care, skill, and understanding to treat your OSA successfully so you can get a better night sleep. No more embarrassing machines to plug in and cover your face! Now you can end those sleepless nights.
What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
OSA is a very common sleep disorder affecting nearly 29 million Americans. Of that population, 80 percent are unaware that they have the condition. When asleep, a patient suffering from OSA tries to breathe, but is unable to get oxygen into their lungs due to a blockage of their airway. This can cause the patient to snore, gasp for breath and even suddenly wake up.
Risks of (OSA):
Risk of Heart Attack/Stroke
Loss of Libido
High Blood Pressure
Benefits of Treatment
Reduced Risk of Heart Disease
Decrease Risk of Stroke
Decrease Risk of Diabetes
Improved Daytime Function
Eliminate Teeth Grinding
Increase in Energy
See what getting treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea can do for you?
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Our treatment is unique because our applications are custom designed to perfectly fit to your mouth. We are the innovators and early adopters in your community! The first to be qualified in the state of Delaware to perform this process.
Most people don’t know that their medical insurance will cover an oral sleep appliance to treat their OSA. Delaware Dental Sleep Medicine works with all medical insurances, including Medicare, to help get you coverage for your appliance.
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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common form of sleep apnea.
80% Cases of moderate & severe obstructive sleep apnea goes undiagnosed.
Only 10% of people with OSA seek treatment, leaving majority of OSA sufferers undiagnosed.