Rolling Hills Dental looking to bring Sleep Apnea solutions to Palos Verdes

Rolling Hills Dental Group is about to bring the best in Sleep Apnea solutions to Palos Verdes. Stay Tuned to get the best care for Sleep Apnea.

Rolling Hills Estates, United States - October 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Many patients suffer from sleep apnea which can cause fatigue and raise the risk of conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure among other issues. For the last year, the dentists at Rolling Hills Dental have been evaluating various Sleep Apnea products and solution providers to serve the Palos Verdes Community. Modern dentistry has provided highly effective and cost-efficient solutions for obstructive sleep apnea therapy by offering Oral Appliances which do not involve surgery and do not hurt or cause pain. S

Different levels and kinds of sleep apnea will require different treatments. ymptoms include Waking up with a very sore or dry throat, Loud snoring, Occasionally waking up with a choking or gasping sensation and more. Treating severe sleep apnea may require breathing devices (like CPAP), surgery, or oral devices like Somnodent. Central sleep apnea treatment will need to address the root cause, and make up for impaired breathing. These possible treatments may include CPAP, adaptive servo-ventilation, bi-level PAP, and medication.

Patients suffering from sleep apnea will no longer need to look elsewhere for solutions to their problem. Rolling Hills Dental’s partnership with sleep apnea solution providers will offer convenient solutions to the Palos Verdes community and beyond. Stay tuned for more information on what sleep apnea solutions will be offered at Rolling Hills Dental.

About Rolling Hills Dental Group

Drs. Jerry Bottomley, Kevin Lin, Norton Donner, and Jeff Goodman have completed substantial continued education in the areas of cosmetic dentistry, implant, and reconstructive dentistry in order to offer their patients exceptional, high-level dental care. This team of experienced dental professionals pride themselves on providing high quality, comfortable dental service with the most up to date, state-of-the-art technology, sedation and anxiety free dentistry options. Offering low radiation digital imaging, metal free restorations, Invisalign and concierge service to specialists for the entire family.

To learn more about Rolling Hills Dental Group, visit: http://www.rollinghillsdental.com

Contact Info:
Name: Valerie Goodman
Organization: Rolling Hills Dental Group
Address: 857 Silver Spur Road, Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274, United States
Phone: +1-310-997-4242

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 253206

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