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Sleep Apnea Symptoms – Weston Florida Specialist Explains When It’s Time to Seek Treatment

Weston dentist Stephen J. Pyle has expanded his practice to include the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea for his patients. A specialist in the design of sleep apnea dental appliances, Dr. Pyle has brought relief from heavy snoring, daytime fatigue and drowsiness and reduced the risk of serious sleep apnea health risks for many of…

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How to Choose a Sleep Apnea Appliance from Weston Florida’s Sleep Disorder Specialists

If you suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and your doctor has told you that a sleep apnea appliance is an appropriate therapy for you, Dr. Stephen J. Pyle “Weston’s first dentist” wants to offer some tips on what to consider and what to expect when selecting an appliance. Your doctor has probably already told…

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Sleep Apnea and COVID 19

Weston Dentist on How Sleep Apnea is Linked to More Severe COVID-19 Infections If you suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) you may be aware that it can trigger health problems such as chronic sleeplessness, drowsiness, daytime fatigue, trouble concentrating, depression, early on-set of Alzheimer’s, lowered metabolism and testosterone levels, sudden cardiac death and cancer….

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Why You Should Choose a Board Certified Weston Sleep Apnea Dentist

If you are finally ready to do something about your sleepless nights or your spouses heavy snoring and you are looking for a Weston sleep apnea specialist, look no further than Dr. Stephen J. Pyle DDS. Weston’s “first dentist” Dr. Pyle has been treating obstructive sleep apnea with comfortable and convenient dental appliances for years….

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Fort Lauderdale Area Dentist Explains the Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy vs. a CPAP Machine

Everyone wants and deserves a good night sleep. But if you suffer from obstructive sleep apea sometimes the treatment can be worse than the condition itself.  The most common treatment involves strapping a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine to your face while you sleep. While effective most people would prefer not to use one….

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