Surgical Snoring Solutions

SURGICAL SNORING SOLUTIONS Surgical snoring solutions, if appropriate will need to be tailored to each individual patients problem. This judgement will need to be made following a detailed consultation and…

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Children Snoring

CHILDREN SNORING Children often snore and this in itself is usually not a problem. Sometimes however, the upper airway of a child can be significantly obstructed leading to “obstructive sleep…

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Sleep Study

SLEEP STUDY To accurately determine whether you are a simple snorer or have underlying obstructive sleep apnea we may recommend a sleep study. These tests are extremely valuable in diagnosing…

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Sleep Disorders

SLEEP DISORDERS Sleep disorders, including snoring, sleep apnea, insomnia, and sleep deprivation are common. Forty-five percent of normal adults snore at least occasionally, and 25 percent are habitual snorers. Problem…

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Nonsurgical Snoring Treatments

NONSURGICAL SNORING TREATMENTS Snoring treatment options other than surgery may include: Medication For mild forms of snoring caused by swelling of the lining of your nose, a doctor may prescribe…

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Coblation

COBLATION What is it? Coblation is an advanced technology that quickly and effectively removes and shrinks soft palate tissue and bulky tissue of the tongue base using gentle radio frequency…

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Thyroid Gland

THYROID GLAND The thyroid gland lies in front of the neck just below the Adam’s apple and is butterfly shaped. The right and left wings (lobes) are joined by a…

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Tonsils

TONSILS What are tonsils and what do they do? Tonsils are small glands in the throat, one on each side. They are there to fight germs when you are a…

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Professional Voice Care

PROFESSIONAL VOICE CARE The high vocal requirements of the professional voice user can develop into voice disorders that require specialist equipment for diagnosis. If no intrinsic pathology is found in…

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Submandibular Gland

SUBMANDIBULAR GLAND This is one of the salivary glands that is situated under your jaw. Approximately 60% of the lumps in the submandibular gland are benign (not cancerous) and the…

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