Are you clocking in several hours of sleep each night but still find yourself persistently tired? You could be suffering from sleep apnea, a disruptive disorder that repeatedly interrupts your breathing throughout the night, disturbing your sleep cycles. This condition leads to inadequate oxygen supply to the brain and ongoing sleep disruptions. Consequently, your productivity takes a hit, and daytime fatigue becomes all too common. Beyond that, sleep apnea has been linked to a range of issues, from headaches and weight gain to behavioral concerns and cardiovascular disease.
Is sleep apnea affecting your well-being?
If you think you might have sleep apnea, schedule a consultation with Rejuvenation Health. Our team takes a biologic approach that can improve not only your quality of sleep but your quality of waking activities as well. We offer effective solutions including customized dental appliances, Continuous Positive Air Pressure (CPAP) machines, as well as surgery.
What are the sympoms of sleep apnea?
- Chronic snoring
- Gasping for air during sleep
- Headaches upon waking
- Daytime fatigue
- Poor concentration or memory
What is obstructive sleep apnea?
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At Rejuvenation Health, your overall physical and emotional wellbeing are as important to us as your oral health. As a biologically driven multi-specialty dental team, we consider how what we do impacts all of you—not just your mouth. We offer all major sedation methods from local to general anesthesia, our practice is synonymous with sedation dentistry in New York, NY so that you can relax through your appointment without fear or pain.
We use local anesthesia, the foundational level of sedation, to numb treatment sites before a minor procedure. You remain completely alert under its effects.
We’ll prescribe a medication for you to take either before your visit or during it. The level of anxiety you have will determine the kind of medication we provide as well as the level of comfort you experience.
We administer nitrous oxide, sometimes referred to as laughing gas, through a mask. Nitrous oxide keeps you alert but relaxed throughout your treatment, and its effects wear off quickly after the mask is removed.
Administered intravenously, IV sedation puts you in a sleep-like state, though you’re not actually asleep. You won’t feel any sensation during your procedure, nor will you remember anything about it afterward.