Sleep disorders

Sleep is one of our organism’s vital functions.

A serene, continuous, snoring-free and sound sleep is essential to prevent cardiovascular and brain diseases. Night snoring, frequent awakenings, sweating and awaking tired are signs to be reckoned with and talked about with your general practitioner and a sleep specialist. Some sleep disorders are related to facial skeletal dystrophies, often associated with dental malocclusions.

Breathing well is also essential for the growth and development of a child. Recognizing this dysfunction early allows not only to prevent some diseases, but also to promote development and optimal body growth, facial bones and masticatory apparatus included.