A growing health concern, it is estimated that 1 in 4 adults is at risk of developing sleep apnea. Treatment is important due to the many health concerns associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), including an increased risk for sudden death. To learn more about your risk factors and to discuss your concerns, schedule an appointment with Dr. Harper for a free screening. It could be life saving.
Dr. Harper has advanced training in sleep dentistry.About Our Office
We offer alternatives to CPAP based on the physician’s diagnosis and recommendations.Referring Physicians
How do I get help treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?For Patients
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I believe in modern medicine, but I really believe that quality sleep, nutrition, and activity are essential to disease prevention and a greater quality of life.
I try to base my personal decisions, and my recommendations for my patients on these core beliefs. I treat my patients as I would want to be treated and as if our goals of "Best Life" are in sync.
It's not easy to get great sleep, nutrition and activity, but it is worth the effort.
Know the common signs of snoring, including dry mouth. If you have concerns, a sleep study can provide answers.Read More
Snoring is frequently the sign of an underlying problem. Talk with your doctor or Dr. Harper if you snore.Read More
Understanding the signs and symptoms of sleep apnea is important. Seek treatment if you have concerns.Read More
We can help you reduce the headaches and jaw discomfort caused by TMJ improving your health and quality of life.Read More
Dr. Harper welcomes new patients seeking diagnosis and treatment for obstructive sleep apnea.
Located in Poquoson Virginia, we serve patients in many surrounding communities including Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Suffolk, Smithfield, Gloucester, Matthews, Williamsburg, Eastern Shore, Hampton Roads, Newport News, and York County.
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