Pediatric Sleep Apnea Treatment in Spokane Valley, WA

Is your child suffering from poor quality of sleep? Sleep apnea in young patients can lead to serious side effects that affect not only their quality of sleep but their overall health. Our pediatric dentistry team uses early orthodontic treatment to help address kids' sleep apnea and its associated symptoms before they can become more serious health conditions.

What Is Sleep Apnea?

child sleeping soundly after her sleep apnea was curedIdentified as continual pauses in breathing during sleep, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a reaction to the muscles relaxing during sleep and gravity pulling the airway closed. When left untreated, sleep apnea in children can lead to the uncomfortable symptoms of poor sleep quality like snoring, bedwetting, irritability, and heavy mouth breathing, as well as more serious conditions like narrowed upper jaws, retruded lower jaws, and stunted growth.

Early Orthodontic Treatment for Pediatric Sleep Apnea

At Dr. C KIDS Dentistry, our doctors can help identify the signs of sleep apnea and determine if early treatment is needed for your child.

Pediatric sleep apnea treatment falls under our Phase One orthodontic treatment umbrella, a phase dedicated to optimizing the development of children's mouths, teeth, and jaws. During your child's consultation, our team will assess any potential issues with their mouth and jaw development, any early signs of sleep apnea, and the potential need for early orthodontic treatment.

We Bill Through Medical Insurance!

While most practices do not bill through patients' medical insurance for sleep apnea treatment, we do! This means that you can receive a thorough screening from the kids' dentist you know and trust - no outside specialists required.

If you have questions about the medical insurance billing process, give us a call today to speak with our patient coordinator!

Schedule Your Sleep Apnea Consultation with Dr. C KIDS Dentistry Today!

Don't let sleep apnea get in the way of your child's development or quality of life! Call us today to learn more about how orthodontics can help your child with sleep apnea.

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