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Sleep apnea

Sleep Apnea Mayfield Village - Sleep apnea Snoring can be annoying for roommates, but more importantly, it may be an indicator of a troublesome condition known as obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can be a contributor to many health conditions, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. Oxygen intake becomes inadequate during sleep as a result of this condition. OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) is a common condition, yet often goes undiagnosed and untreated; however, help is available. If you are disturbed by excessive snoring and possible obstructive sleep apnea, seek relief that begins with a discussion with the professionals at Cleveland Center for Integrative Dentistry.

Snoring can be an indication of OSA

Snoring occurs when a person’s airway is obstructed in some way involving the tongue, upper throat, soft palate, or uvula. When a person is trying to breathe while sleeping, vibration occurs, and results in snoring. Sometimes, snoring is a result of the way a person’s airway is formed. Age and loss of muscle tone, as well as excessive weight can contribute to both snoring and OSA. A person can snore and not have obstructive sleep apnea. In addition to loud snoring, a person suffering from OSA will stop breathing for periods of ten seconds or more many times during sleep.

When traditional medicine fails, there still might be a solution for you!

Dr. Pastouk wants each of his patients to live healthy and pain-free lives. Sarah came to us after struggling with consistent sinus pain for over three years. Traditional medicine couldn’t pinpoint the cause, so none of the treatment paths tried were offering any relief. After taking the time to truly get to know Sarah and her symptoms, Dr. Pastouk prescribed ozone therapy, which Sarah states “my health has completely turned around”. Find out how we can help you today!

Treatment options for OSA

CCID works with certified sleep specialists to have this condition properly identified and to develop an effective treatment plan. Correction of this condition is vital to a patient’s overall health. Sometimes a patient will find relief through a device known as a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine. In some cases, a patient is not able to tolerate this somewhat cumbersome device and will abandon treatment. In these instances, CCID can provide relief with a custom-designed dental appliance to adjust jaw alignment while sleeping.

If you are enduring restless nights, and long, tired days due to the impacts of snoring, contact CCID to schedule a consultation. Testing may be able to be performed in your own home for your comfort and convenience, as well as to obtain the most reliable results. Just one call can be the beginning of relief from your sleep apnea concerns.
Dr. Validimir Pastouk

Dr. Validimir Pastouk

Dr. Validimir Pastouk is a highly reputable and sought-after dentist in Cleveland. Dr. Pastouk is a member of several dental associations, including the International Association of Mercury Safe Dentists and the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology. He is a board-certified Naturopathic Physician and also possesses board certification in Integrative Biological Dental Medicine. With his extensive training and experience, Dr. Pastouk strives to provide comfortable and compassionate dental care that is focused on preserving and protecting not only your smile and oral health but also your overall well being. Dr. Pastouk also lectures internationally on topics relating to Holistic Dentistry, Health of Airways, Tongue Tie Surgeries, and on the direct correlation between dental procedures and overall health.

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845 Som Center Road
Mayfield Village, OH 44143
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I am so happy I found this center! I started seeing Dr. Pastouk in September 2016. I am a patient at Cle Clinic functional medicine and was referred to him through my doctor, Dr. Bergman. I have been chronically sick with mold toxicity and CIRS (inflammatory response syndrome) and have had severe head/facial/ear/lymph node pain for about 3 years. Dr. Pastouk recommended we try ozone therapy in my sinuses to help relieve the pain/to alleviate tmj pain and after the first treatment I could already feel an incredible relief in my ears. The crackling and pain has subsided and I have less food sensitivities. No treatment has helped in the past until ozone!! I am so hopeful and finally feel like I am healing. Dr. Pastouk and his team are incredibly caring and inviting and I am so pleased with the care I've been given! He spends a lot of time with his patients and really wants to see them well. I highly recommend a consult with him!
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