Home Sleep Testing solutions that are designed to make treating OSA with oral appliance therapy devices easy.
The goal of dental professionals is not only to protect a patient’s teeth but also their overall health. Since 25% of patients are more likely to visit their dentist annually rather than their physician, dentists play an important role in helping patients solve their breathing-related sleep problems.
Did you know?
- Approximately 22 million people are suffering from OSA
- 80% of OSA cases are undiagnosed
Plus, people with OSA who are left untreated are 4 times more likely to have a stroke, 3 times more likely to have heart disease, are up to 7 times more likely to be involved in a serious car crash due to drowsiness.
Treating OSA will improve the overall quality of a person’s life, plus it could even save it!
Information for Dentists
Learn about how Restafy can help you serve your patients better with easy home sleep testing for OSA.
Information for Dental Patients
Learn more about how Restafy works with dentists to get you the treatment you need for your sleep problems.