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Dr. Behrooz Khademazad, DDS

Sleep Apnea Treatment Grand Prairie TX

Breakthrough Snoring & Sleep Apnea Treatment! Experience the effectiveness of the Vivos treatment for snoring and sleep apnea, accessible now to everyone in Grand Prairie Tx. Book your appointment online and explore our exclusive deals!

Breathe Better

Breathing is fundamental; any disruption affects your health and well-being.

Sleep Better

Sleep quality is essential; peaceful sleep influences your overall well-being.

Feel Better

Enhanced breathing and quality sleep boost well-being and health.

Live Better

Improved breathing and sleep lead to a life of vitality and fulfillment.

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The Sleep Apnea Struggle is Real

Struggling with sleep apnea and tired of waking up feeling just as exhausted as when you went to bed? You’re not alone. Many face nights of poor sleep, loud snoring, and the frustration of fatigue affecting every part of their day. But what if there was a way to address this without the hassle of CPAP or the risks of surgery?

Meet the Vivos treatment, offered by Dr. Khademazad. It’s a unique oral appliance worn at night, designed to naturally open up your airway for better sleep. Wake up refreshed and energized. Discover how Vivos could change your sleep and life for the better.

The Problem May Not Be What You Think It Is..

Signs & Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

  • Mouth Breathing
  • Nightmares And Restless Sleep
  • Chronic Allergies
  • Bedwetting
  • Swollen Tonsils Or Adenoids
  • Irritability
  • Headaches
  • Mouth Breathing
  • Snoring
  • Grinding Teeth
  • Tongue & Lip tie
  • Depression
  • Anger

Vivos vs. CPAP Treatment

When tackling sleep apnea, two prominent solutions emerge: CPAP machines and the Vivos treatment. Each has its own approach to easing the symptoms and improving sleep quality.

CPAP Machines: They use air to keep the airway open all night. Though effective, they can be uncomfortable and noisy, requiring nightly use forever.

Vivos Treatment: Offered by Dr. Behrooz Khademazad, Vivos is less invasive. You wear a special mouthpiece at night that gently expands your mouth’s arches, naturally improving your airway. Treatment usually lasts 12-24 months, aiming for a lasting solution.

While CPAP offers quick relief, Vivos seeks to permanently fix the root cause of sleep apnea.

Benefits of Vivos Sleep Apnea Treatment

Choosing Vivos means choosing better sleep and overall health without the drawbacks of traditional treatments. Vivos aims to fix the structural issues behind sleep apnea, potentially offering a lasting solution. The Vivos treatment offers a unique approach to managing sleep apnea with several benefits:

  • Holistic Approach: Targets the root cause for a potential permanent solution.
  • Non-Invasive: Uses a custom oral appliance, avoiding surgical procedures.
  • No Nightly Devices: Eliminates the need for CPAP machines every night.
  • Boosts Overall Health: Improves night-time breathing, leading to better oxygen levels and less snoring.
  • FDA Cleared: Recognized for treating all levels of sleep apnea, from mild to severe.
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Sleep Apnea Q&A’s

How many people have sleep apnea?

1 in 5 adults have mild OSA
1 in 15 have moderate to severe OSA
9% of middle-aged women and 25% of middle-aged men suffer from OSA

Should snoring be ignored?

Snoring is not merely a loud and bothersome noise; it can serve as an important indicator of a Sleep Breathing Disorder (SBD) that should not be taken lightly. It is estimated that around 42 million Americans are affected by SBDs.

One of the most prevalent types of SBD is Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a medical condition in which the tongue and soft tissues obstruct the airway, preventing proper airflow into the lungs. Recognizing the potential seriousness of SBDs is crucial for prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

What is sleep apnea's impact on my health?

  • Mild OSA is found in 70% of heart attack patients.
  • Sleep Apnea affects 86% of obese individuals with type 2 Diabetes.
  • Hypertension is present in 43% of patients with mild OSA.
  • Sleep Apnea is experienced by 48% of individuals with type 2 Diabetes.
  • Drowsy driving causes around 100,000 car accidents annually.
  • Individuals with Sleep Apnea are at a 4 times higher risk of stroke.
  • Untreated Sleep Apnea can lead to memory problems, weight gain, impotence, and headaches.
  • Over 20 years, untreated OSA can reduce survivability by 30% or more.
  • Drowsy driving results in 100,000 car accidents, 40,000 injuries, and 1,550 deaths yearly.
  • Approximately 38,000 deaths each year are associated with Sleep Apnea-related cardiovascular problems, including high blood pressure, hypertension, and stroke.

Can sleep apnea be cured?

A sleep doctor would say that sleep apnea usually can’t be fully cured, especially for severe cases. It’s something people manage over time, not get rid of completely.

The Vivos treatment is a newer way to help with sleep apnea. It’s not like the CPAP machine that you use every night. Instead, Vivos works on changing the shape of your mouth and airway slowly. This can make your sleep apnea better or even go away for some people.

It’s a hopeful option for those looking for something other than nightly machines or surgery, offering a chance at long-lasting improvement.

Is sleep apnea treatment covered by insurance?

Many insurance plans cover sleep apnea treatment, including CPAP and oral appliances, but coverage can vary. Check with your provider.

What qualifies a Dentist to treat sleep apnea?

Our Dentist is not just your regular dentists—he is highly qualified and ready to take on the challenge of multidisciplinary care for patients with sleep-related breathing disorders. They hold a current dental licenses, but that’s not all! They have also received special training in Airway and Dental Sleep Medicine.

So rest assured, you’re in great hands with our experienced team of dental sleep medicine experts. Let’s get started on your journey to better sleep and improved breathing!

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Grand Prairie Family Dentistry

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972-988-0900 (office)


2475 W Pioneer Pkwy
Grand Prairie, Texas, 75051

Office Hours

Monday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Tuesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Wednesday – 9am-5pm (Closed 1pm-2pm)
Thursday – 11am-7pm (Closed 2pm-3pm)
Friday – Closed
Saturday & Sunday – Closed

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