Innovative Programs

Sleep Medicine Associates of Texas is the most comprehensive sleep disorder clinic in North Texas. Our sleep doctors have over 30 years of experience eliminating sleep disorders and providing innovative sleep program solutions for snoring and sleep apnea.

Our sleep doctors give you the life you deserve.

The sleep doctors at our sleep disorder clinic take the time to develop personalized sleep disorder treatments to help you achieve effective solutions for snoring. We offer an individualized consultation, diagnostic testing and a proven, thorough process through personalized sleep programs that will restore refreshing sleep. Here are some of the innovative sleep programs available:

Medication Therapy for:

  • Snoring
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Sleep apnea treatments
  • Restless leg syndrome (or Willis-Ekbom disease)
  • Narcolepsy
  • Periodic limb movements
  • Sleep walking
  • Insomnia
  • Abnormal dream behavior

CPAP Therapy

  • Sleep apnea (moderate to severe)

Oral Appliances for:

  • Sleep apnea
  • Snoring
  • CPAP failure
  • CPAP without strap

Surgical Intervention/Weight Loss Program

  • Sleep apnea management

CPAP Therapy

CPAP therapy may be prescribed for the management of sleep apnea and other related sleep disorder and breathing disorders. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) is the treatment of choice for most people with obstructive and mixed apnea. By increasing the air pressure in your airway, CPAP treatment keeps your airway from becoming blocked or obstructed. CPAP uses a small, quiet air blower device connected through a hose to a mask you wear while you sleep. There are several types of positive airway pressure devices used to treat sleep apnea, including 1) CPAP, 2) bi-level positive airway pressure, and 3) responsive and “smart” airway pressure devices.

Screen Oximetry

We can screen patients for sleep apnea with a simple take home device. When combined with other clinical data, pulse oximetry recording can help identify those patients who are unlikely to have obstructive sleep apnea before they are referred for unneeded polysomnographic studies.

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