How did you sleep last night?
Do you think you might have sleep apnea?
These are a few common symptoms:
- Daytime sleepiness
- Restless sleep/ awakening frequently
- Generalized fatigue
- Clenching or grinding of teeth
- Awakening with a dry mouth or sore throat
- Gasping for air while sleeping
Research shows that proper sleep is critical to your entire health; without entering the reparative episodes of sleep we have an increased risk of several diseases including:
- Poor immune system
- Adult diabetes
- Chronic Sleepiness
- High Blood Pressure
- Heart Attack
- Morning headaches
- ADHD in children
- Car accidents
Dr. Brown is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. Dr. Brown has been practicing dentistry for 25 years here in Temecula, Ca. He received his BS in Public Health from University of California Los Angeles in 1984 and DDS degree from the University of Los Angeles in 1987. He is a certified Nobel implant provider as well as a certified invisalign orthodontic provider. Dr. Brown is an affiliate of the society of mini-dental implant of American and a graduate of POS advances for general dentists. He has advanced training in orthodontics, TMJ, and rotary endodontics. Dr. Brown takes a special interest in Sleep therapy, alternative medicine, full mouth rehabilitation, and application of mini dental implants.
I wear the same appliance I provide for my patients.
“Obstructive airway disorder is one cause of sleep apnea and can be treated with a simple oral device worn at night. My father died in his sleep from a stroke which is one of the risks of sleep apnea. When I was diagnosed with sleep apnea I began to wear the same oral appliance I provide my patients with.” –Dr. K. Pat Brown
“I wasn’t able to hold down a job. I wasn’t able to function or get anything done. My emotional state was so deteriorated; my wife and I even went for marriage counseling. The sleep appliance has literally saved my life. I’ve started to be the person my wife met and married years ago. ” David S.,
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The airway in people who have obstructive sleep apnea collapses during sleep.
It has been proven that in sleep deprived research subjects there is a decrease in the ability to clear glucose due to insufficient insulin. It has also been proven to cause a decrease in the ability to remember critical information and increase the risk of weight gain by increasing a hormone related to hunger.