Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder affecting millions of Americans. The disorder can be central or obstructive in nature. Increased neck girth, large tongues or tonsillar tissue can cause the upper airway to become obstructed during sleep. The constant cessation of breathing can eventually lead to daytime drowsiness, high blood pressure, heart attack, irregular heartbeat, heart disease, stroke, and decreased libido. Depending on the severity of your OSA, we will select the best treatment which can range from behavior modification to oral applicances to an air pressure device and/or surgical intervention.