Snoring Children

Should your child be snoring at night? Probably not! It is estimated that 10% of all children will snore at night. About one-third of children who snore will have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or sleep disordered breathing. These disorders are characterized by consistent snoring associated with restless sleep, frequent awakenings, and short pauses in breathing

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Nasal Obstruction

The inability to breathe through the nose is a problem that affects hundreds of thousands of people. It is often due to multiple factors, but many of these can be easily addressed with medications, office based procedures, or a simple surgery. One common cause of nasal obstruction is a deviated septum. The septum is the

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