How do I know if I have sleep apnea?

If you wake up feeling groggy, get sleepy during the day or feel like you never get “enough” sleep even on a regular schedule, you may be suffering from sleep apnea. Snoring is also a sign.

How do I get in touch with a specialist?

Contact Dr. Anitha Prasanna, DMD, BDS through our website and schedule a consultation. We’ll meet with you to determine if you need specialist treatment to achieve better sleep.

What is TMJ?

TMJ is a common inflammatory condition affecting the jaw joint. It’s characterized by popping, clicking and pain when opening or closing your jaw. It is a very treatable condition.

What can I do about my snoring?

There are many ways to treat snoring, including by treating its underlying causes. Some common treatments include changing your sleep position, using a CPAP machine and more.

How does poor sleep affect my life?

Lack of restful sleep can contribute to everything from depression and anxiety to heart disease and diabetes. Healthy sleep is important for long-term mental and physical health.

Am I at risk for poor sleep?

That depends! If you’re overweight, experience high stress or have underlying health conditions, you’re at risk. Anyone can experience sleep disruptions depending on other factors in their life.