I strongly believe that successful treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is multifaceted. Beyond wearing an oral appliance, there are steps a patient can take to achieve an even better nights sleep (and easier compliance with the appliance), resulting in an improvement of overall functioning and better help. Here are a few “Sleep Hygiene” tips that I provide to all of my patients — and by Sleep Hygiene, I don’t mean brushing your teeth and changing your sheets!

PLEASE NOTE: Although this particular document is passed out in my San Mateo office, I also have 2 Sacramento locations and 1 in San Francisco as well.

SACRAMENTO: (916) 436-5019

CITRUS HEIGHTS: (916) 436-8185

SAN FRANCISCO: (415) 474-4477