Sleep Solutions

Paradise Dental Sleep Apnea & Snoring Solutions for a Restful Night’s Sleep

Have you been told your snoring is loud and disruptive?

Do you wake up feeling like you are gasping for air?

Are you overweight? Do you have diabetes? Both?

Do you often find yourself tired during the day?

Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea, prescribed a CPAP device, but absolutely cannot wear it?

If you answered yes to any of these questions above, click here to schedule your consultation

Tired of Feeling Tired?

Sleep is an important biological component that is vital to healthy functioning. If you suffer from sleep apnea, then you are developing poor sleeping habits that can lead to a variety of health issues in both the short-term and long-term.

Aside from poor concentration, headaches, irritability, and chronic sleepiness that will affect your social and professional life, there are far more serious problems that have been linked with sleep apnea that can manifest themselves in to many following life-threatening conditions.

Research and scientific evidence tells us that the great majority of people who snore already have, or eventually will develop, obstructive sleep apnea on some level. This means what you think is an annoyance or inconvenience to your bed partner or other people in the house could actually be, or become, a serious health problem with serious consequences. If you know or have been told that you snore it’s important for you to have this checked out.

Are you at risk?

Dr. Ken Marsh, Dental Sleep Medicine

We have partnered with Sleeptest.com the most innovative and user-friendly home sleep test team with a network of certified sleep physicians. These certified physicians can diagnose your sleep conditions and qualify you for insurance reimbursement for dental sleep treatment.

Sleep is a major contributor to proper health. Talk to us today about the many ways we can help you achieve your health goals.

Dentists are allowed to treat patients with dental sleep appliances, but only 1% of all dentists have achieved a degree to be certified dental sleep practitioners. Here at Paradise Dental, we are proud to have added a doctor with that achievement, Dr. Ken Marsh who has had a long successful career in dentistry and has since graduated from the prestigious Tufts Dental school curriculum of dental sleep medicine.

Ask one of our scheduling TEAM for a consultation, and just maybe you can do more than simply dream of the good night’s sleep you’ve been needing.

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Oral Appliance Therapy is an effective treatment option for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

Phone: (781) 598-3700
Fax: (781) 598-3730
142A Canal St.
Salem, MA 01970