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Reasons to Choose The Right Bite and TMJ Pain Care for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Treatment

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related breathing disorder characterized by breathing pauses, snoring, and daytime fatigue. Left untreated, OSA can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Symptoms include witnessed breathing pauses, excessive daytime sleepiness, morning headaches, and difficulty concentrating. Diagnosis involves a physical examination, sleep study, and imaging tests to assess airway blockages and breathing patterns. Early detection and treatment are crucial to prevent complications and improve sleep quality.


Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) affects over 800 million people globally, leading to increased risks of chronic diseases and reduced life expectancy. Early detection and treatment are crucial to prevent complications and improve sleep quality.

Diagnosing Sleep Apnea:

Symptoms for self-diagnosis may include:


  •    Loud and regular snoring during sleep

  •    Moments of gasping, choking, or snorting while asleep

  •    Feeling constantly sluggish during the day despite sufficient sleep

  •    Waking up with headaches

  •    Experiencing unintentional episodes of falling asleep

  •    Struggling to remember things

  •    Difficulty concentrating

  •    Daytime Fatigue

  •    Choking

   Increased irritability and nervousness

The Right Bite and TMJ Pain Care stands out as a leading centre specialising in diagnosing and treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Our centres offer:


·  Expert OSA doctor of sleep medicine and dental specialists.

·  Customised correction appliances for personalised treatment

·  Comprehensive patient care and support services.

·  Available OSA Treatments: We are the only exclusive providers in India for permanent OSA treating appliances like ALF & DNA.


Explore various effective OSA treatments, including:


·  Tongue Posture Correction: Myofunctional therapy and tongue tie release to reduce symptoms.

·  Jaw Expansion: Surgical and non-surgical methods to increase airway volume.

·  Silensor Sleep Appliance: Immediate relief for CPAP non-compliance or urgent intervention.

·  For AHI levels exceeding 25, we provide combined CPAP and Silensor treatment. For severe OSA patients we have several combinations of therapies.


OSA's Relation to TMD

In treating numerous Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) cases, we've observed that ninety percent of patients also suffer from sleep and breathing issues. To assess sleep quality and the need for treatment, we recommend an at-home sleep study during consultations. This study helps identify sleep-related problems contributing to TMD symptoms.

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