Invasive OSA Treatment

Invasive therapy as opposed to non-invasive, in the case of sleep disordered breathing, means introducing instruments and tools to correct the issue at hand. With that said, most techniques used require surgery with either a freezing medication or an anesthetic agent. This allows the surgeon to remove tissue or place instruments into the airway to allow for proper airflow and prevention of vibrations (for snoring) or blockage (apnea) in the airway.

CAUP Coblation Snoring Surgery

Coblation Tonsillectomy Animation

How Well Are You Sleeping?

Take our quick quiz to find out how well you are sleeping and whether you may need to see one of our sleep specialists. The quiz will touch on different scenarios and assess your likelihood of whether further testing is required.