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Get One of a Kind Airway & Sleep Apnea Treatment in Seaport and Surrounding Boston Areas

What Is Airway & Sleep Apnea?

Airway and sleep apnea are conditions in which your breathing is continuously stopped throughout your sleep. The most common form of airway and sleep apnea is obtrusive sleep apnea– where your throat muscles intermittently relax and block your airway during your sleep. Has your partner ever mentioned that you frequently snore when you sleep? That could be a sign that you have sleep apnea. A potentially very serious condition, come on into Seaport Smiles to see what we can do for you!

Why is Treatment Needed?

Airway and sleep apnea can potentially be very serious conditions. Aside from keeping you from getting a good night’s rest, it can increase your risk for high blood pressure and heart problems. The most definitive way to correct airway and sleep apnea conditions is through a procedure called Orthognathic Surgery. The surgery positions your jaw into better alignment, allowing for a better flow of oxygen during sleep.

Treating Sleep Apnea the Seaport Smiles Way

Here at Seaport Smiles, you will find top-notch service. Our expert resident surgeon, Dr.Tim Osborn, will work with you to fine-tune a specific treatment plan to help with your airway and sleep apnea problems. Below, you can find what getting treatment at Seaport Smiles will look like.

Complimentary Consultation

When you arrive for your complimentary consultation, you will be greeted by the best staff in the Seaport area! Dr.Tim Osborn will sit down with you to discuss your main areas of concern. He will then curate a totally customized treatment plan for you.

Sleep Apnea Treatment

The most definitive way to correct airway and sleep apnea conditions is through orthognathic surgery, also known as jaw surgery. Dr.Tim Osborn will align your jaw into a preferred position, allowing for better oxygen flow while you sleep.

The Best Sleep of Your Life

The last step? Enjoy your life, and better yet, your sleep! After a few weeks of recovery, you will be back to normal and enjoying all the things you typically do. The best part? You’ll have more energy because you’ll be getting the best sleep of your life!

Contact Us For a Complimentary Consultation

Choose which type of consultation is best for you - in-office or virtual. We will be happy to discuss your concerns with you, answer any questions, and recommend a personalized treatment plan just for you.