Pediatric Sleep-Disordered Breathing - Denver, CO
A Good Night's Rest Can Have Lasting Effects
The Healthy Start System™ and pediatric sleep-disordered breathing
How Can I Tell if My Child Has Sleep-Disordered Breathing?
Snoring is the first telltale sign that your child may have Sleep-Disordered Breathing. Gasping and snorting sounds may make you wonder if a bull is spending the night with your child. These sounds stem from your child waking up from his or her sleep struggling to breathe. Sometimes SDB is less obvious however. During a brief in-office evaluation, the Doctors at Stamm Dental can expertly evaluate a child’s risk of SDB and implement the Health Start System which eliminates interrupted sleep and it’s long term side effects.
Consequences of sleep-disordered breathing
When your child does not get a good night’s sleep, she or he may become irritable, may require sleep during the day, and may have difficulty concentrating in school. On the other hand, your child’s behavior could become hyperactive. These behaviors could possibly lead to the following consequences of SDB.
How does healthy start rectify the consequences of sleep-disordered breathing?
Dr Heather Stamm and our dental team thrive on offering time-tested procedures to their patients. Researchers and developers have carefully designed the Healthy Start System, adaptable to each patient’s individual needs. The Dr’s ability to determine the optimal Healthy Start System for your child makes them the dentists you want to correct your child’s SDB.