K Scott Danoff, DMD
Diplomate - American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
Diplomate - American Sleep and Breathing Academy
Chief of Prosthodontics - Northwell Hospital - LIJ campus

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Center of Greater New York

Two Convenient Locations

Queens Location
49-33 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362

Manhattan Location
132 East 76th Street, Suite 2A, New York, NY, 10021

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The Snoring & Sleep Apnea Center of Greater New York can treat your snoring and sleep apnea. We have a simple and comfortable alternative that is recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Our oral appliances are an effective option to treat your snoring and sleep apnea. Our trained dentists work together with physicians, sleep therapists and psychologists, our team of dentists can be of great help by providing oral appliance therapy to treat your snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

Snoring and Sleep Apnea
In recent years, the term sleep apnea has crept into health news by the general public. The most significant component of sleep apnea that has captured attention is its association with loud snoring, a common complaint of a bed partner. Although sleepiness and fatigue are often common symptoms of sleep apnea, recent research has linked many other health problems and consequences to sleep apnea.

Have you experienced some or all of these symptoms?

Loud Snoring
Stop Breathing
Daytime Sleepiness
Restless Sleep
High Blood Pressure
Weight Gain

Then you might be at risk of having Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

What is Apnea?
Sleep apnea, a potentially life-threatening condition, is one of the most under diagnosed sleep disorders. Sleep apnea is a treatable disorder in which a person stops breathing, often hundreds of times, during the night.

Obstructive sleep apnea (O.S.A.), the more common form of sleep apnea is associated with obstructions of airflow to the lungs during sleep due to a collapse of the upper airway at the back of the throat.

Central apnea is a less common form of sleep apnea in which the brain fails to signal the breathing muscles. Mixed sleep apnea is associated with having both central and obstructed events.

The Snoring & Sleep Apnea Center of Greater New York is covered by most insurances plans. We offer FREE SCREENINGS to see if you are at RISK for Snoring or Sleep Apnea.

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