Inability To Tolerate a CPAP Machine
Mouth Breathing/Dry Mouth
TMJ (Temporomandibular joint syndrome)
Excessive Daytime Sleepiness
Moving While Sleeping
Teeth Grinding/Broken Crowns & Teeth
We are dedicated to giving the highest quality care to all of our patients. Our staff possesses extensive training and our Scottsdale sleep clinic has the latest technology and sleep disorder treatments to offer. When you choose our care, you will find a warm and friendly staff ready to make you feel comfortable and relaxed. If you or a loved one suffers from sleep apnea, many will no longer have to be bothered with bulky, loud CPAP masks that are uncomfortable and annoying.
We work closely with primary care physicians, sleep centers and dental professionals to monitor and adjust your best solution to snoring and sleep apnea. We have sophisticated and detailed home sleep studies (HST)devices that often allow you to do studies at home in your own bed instead of at a sleep center as-well-as for many follow up monitoring studies. This helps us dial in the settings just right for you and your comfort.
We are committed to your health and rest. We are also committed to your sleep partner’s good night’s sleep. Many of our patients and their partners report they are dreaming again and feel rested during the day with more energy and alertness.
Blood pressure risks have been reduced, stroke and heart disease risk have been lowered, driving alertness has improved for many and the threat of Alzheimer’s disease, cancer and diabetes has been reduced. Children have seen results with less nighttime bed wetting, improved results for those with ADHD, and mouth breathing issues have been reduced. Teeth night grinding (bruxism) leading to gum disease, broken teeth and broken crowns, teeth worn down as-well-as unattractive smiles are many times improved. We also have seen reports of enhanced ability to lose weight due to the fact that stress hormones are reduced when sleep apnea is controlled. Relationships are often improved. This also may lead to less need to get up to go to the bathroom when sleeping.
Dr. Enrico DiVito
Dr Roberto DiVito
In sleep apnea (a”cessation” of air flow) and hypopnea (a “restricted” air flow that does not result in actual stopped breathing), patients can experience mood changes, frequent disruption of sleep, restless leg syndrome, night sweating, gasping or choking episodes in the middle of the night, morning headaches, GERD, memory loss, and even weight gain. The weight gain can then create a vicious cycle because the extra weight can worsen sleep apnea and hypopnea.
Snoring is common and therefore is often ignored, however, it can be a sign that you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (sleep apnea caused by blockage of air flow). It is not the only indicator of sleep apnea, so it is equally wrong to assume you do not have sleep apnea if you do not snore.
Even though most people do not concern themselves with snoring, the fact remains that even snoring that is not accompanied by sleep apnea can be harmful to people in that the vibration of the throat can contribute to the accumulation of arterial plaques on the carotid arteries in the neck and the increased work of breathing can also lead to medical problems.
Get started on your way to better sleep and avoid the serious consequences of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and snoring.
Snoring can also be a detriment to your sleep partner. If they cannot sleep due to the noise, an inability to get into REM sleep and other restful stages of sleep not only interferes with dreaming but can affect their health and ability to function safely throughout the day. Driving may be impaired for them as well as you.
It is not just snoring that can be ignored, daytime sleepiness, irritability, and headaches are often not considered serious and may even seem normal. This makes the condition even more dangerous. Lack of sleep can actually impair driving more seriously than drug or alcohol impairment.
If you suffer from any of these conditions fill out the form to the right or call us at: 480-990-1905
We take pride in offering highly effective sleep apnea treatments for adults and children. Our commitment to exceptional care and customer service has made us a highly respected dental sleep clinic in Phoenix, Scottsdale and surrounding communities in Arizona. We know that choosing a dental sleep treatment center is an important decision, and strive to make sure that your experience with us is a positive one.
We’re committed to using the most innovative diagnostic and treatment techniques for obstructive sleep apnea. We know that the quality of sleep has a direct effect on the quality of your life. Furthermore, it affects the relationships for those who suffer with their spouse, children, co-workers, or employees. Many of our patients are coming back to us and telling us that they are not only sleeping well again, but they are dreaming for the first time in many years. They are also telling us that they are feeling very rested the next day and have gotten back their alertness and vitality. Their productivity and happiness with their jobs have improved and absenteeism has dropped considerably. Simply put, they have gotten their life back.
Let Scottsdale Sleep Solutions provide you with that kind of hope. Contact us today.