Upper Airway Surgeries
Our approach: surgical but conservative.
Many patients expect one treatment to resolve all their snoring and apnea problems. However, a step-by-step approach is optimal.
This kind of approach may involve undergoing a few minor interventions rather than one invasive surgery with numerous associated side effects and complications.
When should you undergo surgery?
Surgery may be considered when you snore and don’t have sleep apnea.
Snoring may be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. To correct it; we need to know whether or not you also suffer from sleep apnea.
Many treatments for snoring may not be effective for sleep apnea.