It is hard to underestimate the impact that sleep has on the rest of life. Whether good or bad, the state of your sleep makes an enormous difference.
Dr. Kear has been been doing intensive training to learn dental solutions for those who struggle to get quality sleep. He is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the American Thoracic Society and also completed a fellowship in dental sleep medicine and TMJ in 2017. Whether you have sleep apnea, a snoring problem, or are just waking up feeling groggy regularly, we are here to help.
Before Getting Help
“I always considered myself a good sleeper, but I never felt rested. I was a yawner throughout the day and just thought that was normal for me,” one of our patients said. Another said, “I thought that feeling tired was just a part of getting older, and that I could look forward to poor sleep the rest of my life.”
Both of these patients received consultations from Greentree, including individualized recommendations and oral appliances to use while sleeping.
How Do You Feel Now?
“I feel sharper; my memory is better. I used to have notes and systems so I could remember all the things I needed to do, but now I don’t need them at all!” said one of our patients.“I wake up more rested! My husband reports little to no snoring. I'm not fatigued during the day; I'm more attentive,” said another. “This solution has been life changing for me.”
Final Advice from a Patient
One patient recommends, “Don't wait - the longer your sleep issues go untreated the worse they get. And, the sooner you start sleeping better the sooner you will feel better.”
We would love to help you get the best sleep of your life this year. Call us today at (614) 459-5511 for a complimentary sleep consultation.