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FREE CONSULTATIONS + SLEEP APNEA

Your first consultation is free at Parrish Orthodontics! If you have dental or orthodontic concerns that need looking into, you are more than welcome to reach out. We also check for sleep apnea. So take the first step! 

During the meeting with the doctor, they will explain what treatment is required should you have any dental or orthodontic conditions. Specifics of the treatment, such as its length, its financials, payment options and insurance benefits will all be discussed.

These sessions are one hour long and include services such as pictures and panoramic X-rays of your teeth. Pictures and X-rays are very useful because even if no issues or concerns are detected, these will provide a baseline that can be used as reference in the future should anything else come up. 

At Parrish Orthodontics, we strive to ensure our patients are informed so they can make the right choices for their health. This includes dental/orthodontic health as well as the quality of sleep they are having. We will work with you to formulate a personalized treatment plan.

Our complimentary consultations are the first step towards achieving your best smile and, in the case of sleep apnea sufferers, restful sleep. So reach out to Parrish Orthodontics!

Parrish Orthodontics Consultations Also Check for Sleep Apnea 

Do you feel drowsy all day, tend to snore loudly or wake up breathless in the middle of the right? You might have sleep apnea. You are not alone, though. More than 12 million Americans are affected by sleep apnea.

The following symptoms can indicate the presence of sleep apnea. If you notice one or more of these, contact our practice.

  • Insomnia or difficulty sleeping
  • Loud snoring at night
  • Waking up at night short of breath
  • Snorting or choking sounds during the night (indicating a restart of breathing)
  • Headaches upon waking in the morning
  • Falling asleep unintentionally during the day
  • Extreme drowsiness throughout the day

Sleep apnea can affect your wake-sleep cycle, this results in a constant drowsy feeling during the day which will prevent you from being in an optimal state of mind and physical wellbeing.

Sleep apnea is considered a serious medical problem and if left untreated it can lead to high blood pressure, increasing the risk of heart failure and stroke.

Need an assessment? Reach out to us to schedule a consultation.