Reshaping a deviated nasal septum to improve breathing quality.
Removal of a small nasal bone that reduces the size of turbinate.
Repairing weak or collapsed cartilage with sutures.
Reconstructing the back of throat in order to treat sleep apnea.
Opening the back of the throat to open airway and reduce snoring and apneas.
Reducing the size of tonsils found near the base of the tongue.
Reducing the back portion of the tongue without incision or speech or swallowing impairment.
A robot that allows better visualization when reducing back portions of the tongue.
A therapy which utilizes a neuronal stimulator that helps alleviate sleep apnea.
Prevents the tongue from blocking your airway in the deep throat.
Moving the jawbone and attached tongue muscles forward to prevent apneas.
Reserved for severe sleep apnea, this moves both upper and lower jaws forward to using plates and screws.
In the event of life-threatening sleep apnea, a small hole is made in the windpipe so air can avoid potential airway obstructions.