For 25 years, Dr. Swerdlin and his team at Sinus and Snoring MD, have helped patients identify the causes of their sleep and snoring issues, and restore their ability to sleep better.
Sleep is critical to maintaining our physical and mental health. Persistent lack of adequate sleep caused by snoring, sinus, and nasal conditions can impair our daily functions and quality of life. These issues can also be a sign of a more serious health problem, including sleep apnea.
Our ENT experts will complete a thorough evaluation, during a Sinus and Nasal Consultation, to ensure a proper diagnosis and successful treatment.
With Sinus & Snoring MD, the steps to treating your sleep and snoring issues are simple:
- Schedule a Sinus and Nasal Consultation
- Complete our At-Home Sleep Study
- Receive Results, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options
- Follow-up or as we like to call it, “Follow-through”
Schedule an appointment at a location near you to find relief for your sleep and snoring issues.
Join the thousands who can finally breathe and sleep better thanks to Sinus & Snoring MD.
“We treat you like family.“
Sleep and Snoring Treatment Options
Balloon Sinus Dilation offers a solution to open blocked sinus passageways and provides relief for various sinus and nasal conditions including chronic sinusitis, recurring sinus infections, chronic sinus pressure, and even sinus migraines or headaches.
Soft Palate Tightening (UPPP)
For many people, suffering from snoring or sleep issues can be caused by an obstruction of the enlarged soft palate, and/or uvula.
Through a process known as Soft Palate Tightening (UPPP), we are able to stiffen, elevate the soft palate, and reduce the size of the uvula. This opens the airway allowing you (and those around you) to breathe and sleep better.
Vivaer® Airway Remodeling
Millions of people suffer from nasal airway obstructions and blockages that make it difficult to breathe through the nose. Vivaer® Nasal Airway Remodeling is a non-surgical treatment that can be performed in-office, to expand and open the airways, making it possible for patients to breathe better.