Dental Sleep Medicine and More
For the best smile on the planet you can’t beat Sturm & Associates. From cosmetic dentistry to dental implants and dental sleep medicine you won’t find a better dental practice.
Everything you need for your dental care and the care of your family’s teeth and gums is under one roof.
Family Dental Care
For the finest family dental care no one does it like Dr. Judy Sturm. She and her associates are consistently voted Best Dentist by The Star Newspaper and Now Magazine, two of Ontario’s most popular publications so why would you want to go anywhere else for your dental care?
Because Dr. Sturm and Dr. Janice Lo are dedicated to consistent patient care the two of them are are passionate about continued dental education. Always thinking outside of the box, Sturm & Associates goes above and beyond teeth and gums offering dental sleep patients for people who snore and for those who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
If you follow this dental blog you will recall that obstructive sleep apnea is a condition that affects men, women and even children. This condition is so serious in some that it puts them in the high risk category for other health issues. Some of those issues include stroke and heart attack.
The best way to avoid serious health complications if you have OSA or suspect you might, is to see your doctor or dentist.
Dr. Judy Sturm is a sleep medicine dentist who can help you sleep easier with oral appliance therapy.
What is Oral Appliance Therapy?
There are several types of oral appliances available for snoring and sleeping disorders. Because Sturm & Associates have the training the team will thoroughly examine your teeth and gums and entire oral cavity. Doing this helps your dental sleep medicine dentist treat your issue with the best solution.
Oral appliance therapy includes sleeping devices such as mouth guards and splints. These orthotics help keep the airways open so the person suffering can breathe while sleeping.
CPAP Therapy and Dental Sleep Medicine
CPAP Therapy, a device that connects a hose to a mask and then a machine to help you breathe better is the most common therapy for sleeping disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea.
Depending on the severity of your sleeping disorder your dental sleep medicine dentist in Toronto may recommend oral appliance therapy or a combination of mouth guards or splints with CPAP therapy for more severe cases.
Dental Sleep Medicine in Toronto
For more information regarding any type of dental care, including dental sleep medicine, call or send a direct message and schedule an appointment with Sturm & Associates today.