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Which doctor is best for snoring?

Which doctor is best for snoring?

An ear nose and throat specialist (otolaryngologist) may examine your throat and neck and the inside of your mouth to diagnose the cause of snoring.

Does laser surgery for snoring work?

Laser-assisted uvulopalatoplasty (LAUP) is considered a popular and well-received surgical procedure to eliminate snoring and to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Reports on the efficacy of the procedure for snoring were promising, with a clinical success rate ranging from 70% to 95%.

How do you fix loud snoring?

To prevent or quiet snoring, try these tips:

  1. If you’re overweight, lose weight.
  2. Sleep on your side.
  3. Raise the head of your bed.
  4. Nasal strips or an external nasal dilator.
  5. Treat nasal congestion or obstruction.
  6. Limit or avoid alcohol and sedatives.
  7. Quit smoking.
  8. Get enough sleep.

Is it possible to get surgery for snoring?

Surgery can also be very effective, especially when combined with these basic approaches. Just like with sleep apnea surgery, the key with snoring surgery is to figure out what is causing the snoring and coming up with a plan that matches the person who snores. The most common snoring procedures are those that involve the nose or the soft palate.

Is the Greenbank surgery open Monday to Friday?

Our reception seating area is set to ensure patients attending surgery can safely socially distance whilst waiting for their appointment and the screening at our reception desk has been added to protect both our patients and our staff. The surgery is still operating Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6.30 pm.

What’s the best way to get rid of snoring?

There are a number of treatment options, including conservative steps like weight loss, sleeping on your side or stomach rather than on your back, and avoiding alcohol within 3 hours of bedtime. Surgery can also be very effective, especially when combined with these basic approaches.

When to use eConsult at Greenbank surgery?

And for non-urgent problems, queries or sick note requests you can still use eConsult between 8.00am and 6.30pm Monday – Friday (accessible via our surgery website www.greenbanksurgery.com ) You will no longer need to gain access via the intercom as the doors will be open.

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