Signs and Risks of Sleep Apnea | Middletown, IN Middletown, IN

Are You Losing Rest to Sleep Apnea?

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The prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea associated with accompanying daytime sleepiness is approximately 3 to 7 percent for adult men and 2 to 5 percent for adult women in the general population

Snoring can be a sign of a serious sleep disorder, sleep apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea is the result of soft tissue blocking your airway, causing you to stop breathing while you sleep. You may snore or even choke, startling yourself to wake up. When your brain and body are deprived of oxygen, your overall health suffers and yet, many are unaware that they suffer from sleep apnea. Often, patients schedule a consultation with Dr. Jonathan Titus, only after their spouse has told them that they have a problem.

The Consequences of Sleep Apnea Are You at Risk?

Diagnosis is the First Step to Improved Sleep

A visit to Dr. Titus can help you finally get a good night’s rest, improve your quality of life, and avoid the many health complications associated with sleep apnea. Dr. Titus has advanced training in this area and attends continuing education courses to ensure that you receive the best care possible.

Learn about our new technology the Sirona Galileos Cone Beam CT

Dr. Titus has invested in this technology to see more of your teeth and surrounding structure as it relates to your dental anatomy. Traditional dental x-rays are cumbersome and may cause a gagging reflex. 3D scans are much more comfortable, much less invasive, and provide a more relaxed and enjoyable treatment experience. Read more about this new technology Dr. Titus offers here!


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