Sleep Apnea Treatment Carrollton

Start Breathing and Sleeping Better

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Excessive Daytime Sleepiness is a real medical condition associated with sleep apnea that may leave you feeling drowsy or cause you to fall asleep when you shouldn’t during the day. This can lead to problems with work, school, activities and hobbies, and even your relationships. The sleep study can help you understand what is keeping you from a good night’s sleep.

When every day is a struggle to stay awake, finding a treatment that works can be a top priority. If you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), there are many things you can do to combat your Excessive Daytime Sleepiness (EDS), including visiting Flower Dental for sleep apnea treatment in Carrollton.

A surprising number of people have not consulted a professional about their concerns. Sleep apnea has been linked to other serious health conditions and is potentially life-threatening.

Other Conditions Associated with Sleep Apnea

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  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • Headaches
  • Hypertension
  • Chronic Allergies
  • Obesity
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Aggression
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Depression
  • Daytime Drowsiness
  • Snoring
  • Alzheimer’s

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Many common illnesses and diseases can be the result of interrupted or abnormal breathing during sleep. If you or someone you love suffers from any of these conditions, it may be time to ask Dr. Jordan about normal breathing.

Eliminating the Obstruction

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Using advanced scanning technology, we will take precise measurements to ensure a proper fit for your needs at your initial consultation. You will achieve your goals by following your custom treatment plan and we will measure and track your progress to a healthy renewed vitality.

If you are like the millions of people who have tried any and everything to eliminate snoring and overcome mild to moderate sleep apnea, we invite you to schedule a consultation with a Vivos Certified Provider to learn how Vivos may be able to help.

We Can Offer Healthy Breathing

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We would like to introduce you to the Vivos System! Our team has gone through extensive training to bring you the most up to date sleeping device. Correcting problems in the airway may eliminate many health concerns and restore a life full of energy, optimism and joy. The Vivos System is a non-evasive, usually pain-free approach. Other treatments address symptoms. Vivos addresses the underlying condition.

Interrupted breathing during sleep may contribute to other potentially serious health conditions and may improve or even be eliminated with The Vivos System. A narrow, obstructed airway makes it impossible to breath normally during sleep. We can correct problems in the airway to eliminate many health concerns and restore a healthy lifestyle.


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The Vivos appliance is removable and easy for adults to tolerate. It only needs to be worn in the evening through the night. At the end of treatment, the appliance can be retired and does not need to be worn forever. The difference between the Vivos appliance vs night guards and oral sleep apnea and snore appliances is that the Vivos appliance corrects or dramatically improves TMJ and sleep apnea problems. In contrast, a night guard or oral sleep or snoring appliance only manages a problem and is worn for the rest of your life.


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Your sleep apnea may be the result of an obstruction in the airway caused by narrow dental arches and/or an underdeveloped jaw. The Vivos System works to correct the underlying problem by enabling the jaws to expand to their proper position.

Sleep & Breathing for Children

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Breathing right starts earlier than you may think, As children grow oftentimes-grow their airway development is overlooked because the symptoms have been blurred or blamed on other problems. If your little one is a mouth breather, has or does wet the bed, snores, has been diagnosed with ADHD, has swollen tonsils, have headaches, have chronic allergies, has aggression/anxiety or behavior issues has crowded or crooked teeth almost always suffer from one or more debilitating health effects from Sleep-disordered breathing. When the breathing disorder gets corrected, the poor health symptoms simply go away, and the child returns to a more normal course of growth and development, and a much happier state.