Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

Do you often wake up during the night, or feel unrested or fatigued during the day? Does your partner snore, or suddenly gasp for air in the night?

When you snore or have sleep apnoea, you often wakeup during your sleep cycle due to a lack of air. This lack of air is the result of collapsing upper airway muscles, commonly near the base of the tongue.

We offer a range of treatment options for snoring and sleep apnoea, some of which include sleep tests and dental sleep appliances. Please contact our friendly team to book a consultation appointment for more information and to discuss your treatment options.