Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea is an obstruction of breathing during sleep. It is characterised by a partial or complete blockage of the upper airway, which inhibits breathing and fragments sleep patterns. Both children and adults can be affected.

Symptoms include snoring, morning headaches, fatigue, excessive daytime sleepiness, behavioural problems and impairment of cognitive ability (learning, thinking, memory) and attentiveness.

In children, fragmented sleep adversely affects growth and development, general health status, mood and overall performance. Snoring is a common sign of sleep apnea and it should rarely occur in children. If snoring persists long-term, the cause of the problem should be investigated.

At Eastern Suburbs Orthodontics we are concerned about the detrimental impact that sleep apnea has on the quality of life of children and adults. We use a multidisciplinary team, if necessary, to provide support and management of this issue.

At Eastern Suburbs Orthodontics we understand the detrimental impact that sleep apnea has on children and adults and provide treatment and management for both.

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Our treatments

Braces

Tried and trusted, this traditional treatment is still the most efficient and cost effective way to treat all orthodontic cases.

Invisalign

Is widely accepted as an effective treatment, but choosing the right orthodontist will change your smile for the better.

Sleep Apnea

Do you snore? Most people do, but if you’re also restless at night, tired during the day, you may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Early Treatment

Early Treatment At ESO, Early Orthodontic treatment is about planning and managing children’s growth, crucial for development and even sleep!

Adult Treatment

Orthodontic treatment for adults is widely accepted, with more options, shorter treatment time and easily adapted to busy lifestyles.

Surgical Treatment

Surgical treatment is only performed after growth and development is fully completed, which is usually when the patient is in their twenties.