Improve Your Sleep. Improve Your Life.
At SleepRight McKinney, we understand that sleep apnea and snoring can wreak havoc on your health and quality of life. That’s why we offer a variety of services to tackle your sleep condition from every angle to ensure you and your partner get the restorative sleep you need every night.
Our services will not only help you drift into a silent slumber, but our state-of-the-art technology can also provide long-term solutions to snoring and sleep apnea. Review this guide to our services and discover how we can help treat your sleeping disorder.
The Vivos System may be the last treatment you’ll need for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Instead of treating the symptoms, The Vivos System gradually expands your palate to target the underlying cause of sleep apnea.
You’ll wear the Vivos customized appliance while you sleep for a duration of 12 to 24 months so you can experience the long-term benefits of a restful night of sleep. Many patients start to notice a difference within the first few weeks of treatment.
If you suffer from mild to moderate OSA, oral appliance therapy can help you achieve the restorative sleep you need so you’re rested for the day ahead. An oral appliance works by gently shifting your lower jaw forward and placing your tongue in a neutral position, thereby preventing your airway from collapsing.
Some patients prefer an oral appliance over the CPAP machine because it’s noiseless, convenient, and comfortable. Patients with severe sleep apnea may benefit from a combined treatment approach. If you wear an oral appliance as well as a CPAP machine, you can downgrade the size of your mask and place the machine on a lower setting for added comfort.
If you suffer from snoring or sleep apnea, our laser snore therapy can treat your condition and greatly reduce the severity, or even eliminate snoring. By tightening the tissues in the back of your throat, this innovative approach can effectively prevent airway obstructions associated with sleep apnea. Laser snore therapy can be used in addition to other treatment methods for sleep apnea so you can get the most out of your treatment at SleepRight McKinney.
The first step to diagnosing sleep apnea is to get a clear diagnosis by undergoing a sleep study. For your convenience, we offer an at-home sleep test so you can complete the study in the privacy of your own home.
If Dr. Lawrence suspects that your condition requires an in-lab sleep study, he’ll recommend one during your consultation. An at-home sleep study allows you to complete the study in your natural sleep environment so you’ll feel at ease and the results will reflect your normal sleeping habits.