Let’s be blunt. A night of snoring (or a night sleeping next to a snorer) is wretched. You wake exhausted and stumble through the day never once feeling refreshed. It is not a lifestyle anyone wants. Even worse, if your snoring goes untreated, more serious problems may develop. Depression, high blood pressure, diabetes, difficulty losing weight and decreased sexual performance are just some of the nasty side effects that can manifest themselves in the snorer’s health profile.
The Dallas Office of the Snoring Center is one of the premier snoring treatment centers in the United States. Thousands of patients have addressed their snoring, sleep apnea, and allergy promises in our treatment center. The treatments are more convenient than you might think. Our Ear, Nose, and Throat physicians can evaluate, consult and treat a patient’s problem during one office visit and usually in less than one hour!
Our minimally invasive procedures are effective, each one designed to address specific snoring causes. Our treatment options include:
We also offer home-based sleep studies, which are an affordable, convenient alternative to traditional lab-based sleep studies.
So if you are tired, annoyed or even embarrassed because of a snoring problem, stop into The Snoring Center’s Dallas office for a consultation today.
Dr. Schwimmer is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist (Head and Neck Surgeon). A 1991 graduate of the Emory University School of Medicine, he completed his otolaryngology training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, studying under some of the leading clinicians and scientists in the field of snoring and sleep apnea. He has co-authored numerous articles on the subject, including pioneering work on the relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and gastroesophageal reflux.
After six years of residency training, he practiced in Baltimore, Maryland, where he was also a member of the teaching faculty at Johns Hopkins University and actively involved in training otolaryngology residents. Since 2001, he has practiced in Dallas, where he founded The Snoring Center.