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Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry

Pediatric Sleep Apnea Treatment

Is your child struggling with their sleep? Exhausted from restless nights? At Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry, we recognize the challenges your child faces and provide all natural solution to transform their sleep and health.

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Breathe Better

Your child’s breathing is crucial for their health. Problems can impact their overall well-being and mood.

Sleep Better

Deep, restful sleep is essential; it significantly affects your child’s overall health and happiness.

Live Better

Breathing well and sleeping deeply enhance health and happiness, helping children live better.

Airway Struggles?

Is your child struggling to sleep well and always feeling tired in the morning? Your child could be facing airway issues that affect their sleep, leading to problems like ADHD, bedwetting, and snoring.

Dr. Susan specializes in dental sleep medicine and treating these nighttime breathing challenges. We’re here to help your child achieve the peaceful, restful sleep they need. Let’s work together to improve their nights and energize their days.

The Root Cause May Shock You...

Studies show that most sleep troubles in kids are linked to how their jaws grow early on. Sometimes, if a jaw doesn't grow fully, it can cause big sleep problems that might affect their health.

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Symptoms To Look For

Pediatric sleep apnea is not just about snoring. It’s when kids breathing stops and starts over and over during the night. This can make their sleep choppy and lower the oxygen in their body, which isn’t good for for children’s growth & health.

Recognizing the signs is crucial. They include:

  • Mouth Breathing
  • Nightmares And Restless Sleep
  • Chronic Allergies
  • Bedwetting
  • Swollen Tonsils Or Adenoids
  • Irritability
  • Headaches
  • Mouth Breathing
  • Snoring
  • Grinding Teeth
  • Tongue & Lip tie
  • Depression
  • TMJ Issues

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Your Child's Health Is Our #1 Priority

The questionnaire has been designed to determine how your child is managing their sleeping and if it is affecting their daily life. Let Us Figure it Out With You! Tell us What’s Going on To See if We Can Help.

Kids Airway Treatments

Dr. Kim offers a variety of sleep solutions that don’t depend on machines or medications. Here’s how we can help:

  • Sleep Screening: We catch sleep apnea early for better, healthier sleep.
  • Vivos Treatment: An all natural option with a nightly mouthpiece that widens mouth’s arches.
  • Candid Pro Therapy: This improves breathing by aligning your teeth and opening your airway.
  • Healthy Start: Uses removable appliances to straighten teeth and enhance airway development.

While there are more intense treatments, like surgery, which are more involved. It’s best to speak with Dr. Susan to find the right path for your child.

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Healthy Kids

Most dentists focuses on bright smiles and straight teeth, Dr. Susan focuses on your child’s overall health and wellbeing. We make sure you feel cozy and worry-free! Here’s our process:

Take advantage of our free consultation and stop dreading sleepless nights. Help your kids live with a beautiful smile and a restful sleep.

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Is Your Child's Airway Healthy?

Take Our Quick Quiz to Find Out!

Studies show that most sleep troubles in kids are linked to how their jaws grow early on. Sometimes, if a jaw doesn't grow fully, it can cause big sleep problems that might affect their health.

Take Our Sleep Quiz!

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Evergreen Pediatric & Airway Dentistry

Our dental office is conveniently located on Totem Lake Blvd in Kirkland. Get directions to our office or book an appointment today!

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12910 Totem Lake Blvd NE #103,
Kirkland, WA 98034


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Practice Hours

Monday: 7:30am-4:00pm
Tuesday: 7:30am-4:00pm
Wednesday: 7:30am-4:00pm
Thursday: 7:30am-4:00pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Common Questions About Pediatric Sleep Apnea

Is snoring always a sign of sleep apnea in children?

Not always; while snoring can be a key indicator, not all children who snore have sleep apnea. Other symptoms like gasping for air and restlessness are also important.

What causes sleep apnea in children?

Common causes include enlarged tonsils and adenoids, obesity, and structural differences in the jaw or airway. Genetic factors and allergies can also play a role.

How is pediatric sleep apnea diagnosed?

Diagnosis typically involves a sleep study or polysomnography, where the child’s sleep is monitored overnight to assess breathing patterns, oxygen levels, and sleep stages.

Can sleep apnea affect my child's growth and development?

Yes, untreated sleep apnea can interfere with growth hormones and lead to growth problems, cognitive issues, and behavior disorders.

When should I see a doctor about my child's sleep apnea?

Seek medical advice if your child exhibits frequent loud snoring, pauses in breathing during sleep, chronic mouth breathing, or unusual daytime sleepiness and behavioral changes.

What is dental sleep medicine?

Dental sleep medicine is a specialty area of dentistry focused on managing sleep-related breathing disorders, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), through the use of oral appliance therapy and other dental interventions. Professionals in this field work closely with sleep specialists to diagnose and treat conditions that affect breathing during sleep.

The primary treatment involves custom-fitted oral appliances that help maintain an open, unobstructed airway in the throat, which promotes better breathing and reduces the interruptions in sleep commonly associated with OSA.