If you’ve missed out on a good night’s sleep because of you or your partner’s snoring or sleep apnea, you know how serious it is. From daytime sleepiness to depression, from high blood pressure to diabetes, and from difficulty losing weight to decreased sexual performance, lack of sleep hurts.
Our specially trained Ear, Nose and Throat doctors can provide a complete evaluation, consultation and treatment all in the same visit – typically in under an hour!
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This simple, effective procedure can be performed in as little as 20 minutes, right in our office. Most patients return to normal eating and activities immediately.
Turbinate Reduction is a quick, painless office-based procedure that can provide years of effective relief from nasal congestion, pressure and drainage.
Oral breathing devices are a common remedy for snoring and sleep apnea. Worn while sleeping, these custom dental devices change the position of the jaw and suppress the tongue, which enlarges the airway.
Laser tonsillectomy (Laser Tonsil Ablation) is a cutting-edge procedure to reduce the size of the tonsils without surgery.
The soft palate is the key to snoring relief. When there is an obstruction in the airway, breathing causes the back of the tongue, the uvula and the soft palate to vibrate... loudly.
A relatively small number of patients require surgical treatment for their snoring or sleep apnea. These invasive procedures are typically reserved for patients with very severe snoring, anatomic problems or sleep apnea.
Radiofrequency Ablation helps shrink and tighten part of the tongue to create more breathing space to treat sleep apnea.
One in four Americans suffer from chronic snoring. Snoring can disrupt your lifestyle, and it may be a sign of a significant health risk.
New studies have shown that habitual snoring, even without sleep apnea, can increase your chances of stroke and premature death. So, even "simple snoring" should be evaluated and treated whenever possible.
Snoring occurs when there is an obstruction to the free flow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose. This obstruction causes turbulent air flow which produces vibrations of the soft tissue. Snoring is the sound generated from this vibration.
3900 Essex Ln 215
Houston, TX 77027
Phone: (214) 369-2345
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Many things can contribute to snoring and sleep apnea, and each patient’s circumstances are unique. The Snoring Center at Houston, Texas offers a range of minimally invasive treatments and we work with you to choose the treatment options that best meet your needs.