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Our dental clinical is certified by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine for the treatment of sleep disorders.

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Dr. Lechner Sleep Health Clinic focuses on a multidisciplinary approach to manage sleep disorders caused by oral health issues.

DO YOU SNORE?

Snoring can affect the quality of your sleep and that of your family. This is a common problem that we can help you eliminate.

DO YOU SUFFER FROM BRUXISM?

Bruxism is defined as the unconscious grinding of the teeth. People who suffer at night can wake up with headaches. This sleep disorder causes the wear of tooth enamel.

DO YOU HAVE SLEEP APNEA?

Characterized by frequent nighttime breathing disruptions and daytime fatigue, sleep apnea can lead to a number of health problems.

DO YOU HAVE MIGRAINES?

Migraine or chronic headaches reduce your quality of life. Overactivity of your masticatory muscles may be the cause.

INFO-SOMMEIL ARTICLES

Do you know about parasomnias?

11 November 2020

Are you having nightmares? Experiencing insomnia? Do you have the sensation that you’re falling through the air when you fall asleep? Or do you grind your teeth at night? All these symptoms belong to the same category of disorders, which are called parasomnias, or sleep disorders. All categories combined, parasomnias affect about 4% of adults […]

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Is sleep important?

13 October 2020

Did you know that we spend a third of our lives sleeping? Sleep is considered to be one of the three pillars of long-term good health, alongside healthy eating and active living. However, many see it as a waste of time; people sleep on average one hour less per day than their physiological needs. Good […]

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Professionalism and dedication to the service of patients

Meet the founder and owner of Dr. Lechner Sleep Health Clinic. Mastering all aspects of general dentistry, Dr. Lechner developed an interest in sleep disorders and in neuromuscular dentistry.