Helping You Avoid Sleep Apnea Complications

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With oral surgery, our team has helped people with serious and complex issues, such as dental implant placement, tooth extraction, and jaw surgery. But what if you have poor sleep and feel tired during the day? For those with severe sleep apnea symptoms, our oral surgery and dental implant clinics in Berks County, PA, can provide a solution!

The Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea

The warning signs of the disorder could vary. With sleep apnea, as you rest the soft tissues in the back of your mouth and in your throat collapse, which blocks airflow and causes you to stop breathing for brief periods. The brain then interrupts your REM sleep cycle to make you breathe. You may not remember this happening, but it could occur hundreds of times in a single night. This means you feel tired the next day, and may have issues with short term memory and your ability to concentrate. You could feel irritable, suffer from chronic snoring, and wake suddenly in the night gasping or air or choking. Don’t ignore these potential warning signs, please reach out to our team right away!

CPAP Machines and Oral Surgery

For many people, we can prescribe a CPAP machine to pump air from a machine through a hose and into a mask over your nose and mouth, so you can breathe without interruption. However, if you have a severe case, our team, could help with oral surgery. With this option, we can use surgery to reshape and alter oral structures and soft tissues to prevent the collapse of soft tissues, so you can breathe without interruptions. We can ensure your experience is comfortable with anesthesia. We want you to sleep without complication and enjoy a good night’s rest once again!

The Benefits for Your Quality of Life  

When you feel rested, you can concentrate on tasks at work or school much easier, and will be less moody and irritable, you will have better memory and enjoy an improved quality of life. Treatment also prevents the strain on your immune system and cardiovascular health that often occur with time due to sleep apnea, so you can better overall health too. If you have any questions about how our team diagnoses and treats issues like sleep apnea, then please reach out to our team today. We want to help you feel rested and alert, so you can enjoy your best quality of life in 2024 and beyond!


A good night’s rest is necessary for a better overall quality of life, and we want to help. For more information on our sleep disorder solutions, give us a call at Berks Oral Surgery in Berks County, PA at (610) 374-4093 today!

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