Dr. Regina M. Dailey and her staff are dedicated to offering the best in dental care, including helping treat snoring and sleep apnea. A Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine, our Ann Arbor dentist focuses on helping patients get a good night’s sleep by discovering what is contributing to your snoring and sleep apnea, and treating the underlying causes.
Basics of Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that causes the stopping and starting of breathing. While it’s easy to mistake sleep apnea for snoring, this condition can cause very serious health issues if left untreated. At Regina M. Dailey DMD, our goal is to help educate patients on the warning signs and consequences of the breathing condition and help them get the comprehensive care they deserve. By working with local health specialists and general physicians, Dr. Dailey can help restore your normal breathing pattern and prevent long-term or permanent damage to your health.
Meet Dr. Dailey
Using the most advanced technology and latest treatments, Dr. Dailey and her team can help find a sleep apnea treatment that meets your needs and fits your lifestyle. We focus on creating custom oral appliances that can be used independently or in combination with your CPAP treatment. Thanks to our holistic approach to care, our Ann Arbor dentist is able to help patients achieve a better night’s rest and improved overall health.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best treatment for sleep apnea?
What are the warning signs or symptoms of sleep apnea?
- Loud snoring
- Drowsiness while driving
- Restless sleep
- Waking with a choking/gasping sensation
- Waking with a dry/sore throat
- Sleepiness or lack of energy during the day
- Morning headaches
- Forgetfulness and mood swings
- Decreased libido
The best way to find out if you have sleep apnea is to undergo a sleep study. Sleep studies, whether conducted in a facility or at home, will record data such as oxygen levels, brain activity, and muscle movement, and a physician will be able to determine if you have sleep apnea. Once diagnosed, your physician will refer you for oral appliance therapy or other necessary treatments.
How much does oral appliance therapy cost?
Contact Dr. Regina M Dailey
Dr. Dailey and her team provide comprehensive care to help treat your sleep apnea and help you get a good night’s sleep. Contact us today to see how our Ann Arbor dentist can help find a solution to help you get a better night’s sleep and leave your sleep apnea behind.