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Sleep Services – Wesley Chapel, FL

Sleep & Breathe Better to Improve Your Health

At Nelson Dental Sleep Medicine, Dr. Jay A. Nelson and his knowledgeable team are dedicated to helping patients sleep safely and soundly every night and wake feeling relaxed and rested. That starts when you contact our Wesley Chapel, FL team for your complimentary sleep apnea or snoring consultation today. We welcome patients to visit our American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine-accredited facility.

Re-introduce Sleep Back into Your Life for Good!

According to recent studies conducted by researchers at the National Sleep Foundation, more than 40 million people in the US suffer from sleep disorders, and more than 20 million of these US adults suffer from sleep apnea. Unfortunately, nearly 80% of all cases are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Currently, insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, but obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is closing in. Visit our team to find out more about how to sleep through the night – ever night.

Why Consider a Dentist for Your Sleep Problems?

Dr. Nelson has years of advanced training and experience working with facial structures and how they interact making him the ideal medical practitioner to offer treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Traditionally, patients relieve the symptoms of sleep apnea using continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) systems, but in recent years, oral appliance therapy has become more common and effective. Dentists are the only medical professionals trained and qualified to plan for, design, and place an oral appliance. These nightguards work to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) by shifting the jaw forward fully opening the airway allowing patients to sleep soundly and breathe easily through the night.

At Nelson Dentistry & Dental Sleep Medicine, we offer the best of both worlds by working in close partnership with sleep physicians to offer diagnosis and advanced treatment for patients from New Tampa and all of Pasco County.