Diagnosing Sleep Apnea is more than just asking if you snore. We screen all of our patients by asking a series of questions to determine how you are sleeping now, your sleep history, and the symptoms you are experiencing. We may refer you for an at-home sleep test or to a sleep physician who may request an overnight, in-lab sleep study called a polysomnogram or a PSG, to uncover detailed information about your night’s sleep
Every diagnostic tool used will provide an in-depth look into your night’s sleep. This allows us to find the right oral appliance therapy to treat your sleep apnea.
Suffering From Sleep Apnea?
Don’t let sleep apnea affect your night’s sleep! Schedule your appointment at PS Dental to find the right dental solution.