Problem Solver » Snoring & Sleep Apnoea

  • Almost everyone snores occasionally, while around 1 in 3 people worldwide snore regularly. While snoring can be harmless, it may also be a symptom of Sleep Apnoea, a condition where the sufferer periodically stops breathing during sleep for a few seconds each time, causing the sufferer to wake briefly. They may not be aware of this, but the quality of their sleep can be severely affected.

    We can treat snoring and sleep apnoea painlessly and without any permanent changes to your body by providing a custom fit anti-snoring device (like a small mouthguard). It is one of the least expensive and most successful medical treatments to stop snoring.

    For more information, please ring the surgery to arrange for a consultation.