Sleep Specialist | Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders
At Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders, Our Dedicated Sleep Doctors & Dental Staff Provide Treatments for a Variety of Sleep Disorders, Including Sleep Apnea, TMJ Disorder, Snoring, Insomnia, & Pediatric Sleep Disorders. Simply Call Us at (855) 977-0400 to Schedule an Appointment
When you don’t get enough sleep, your work suffers, your family suffers, and you suffer because you cannot be your best self. At Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders, our experienced sleep doctors can help you improve your sleep, so you can improve your life. We have multiple locations across the United States, so you can find a sleep doctor near you and conveniently access the effective treatments you need to get better sleep each night, so you wake up every morning ready to be your optimal self.
How much sleep do I really need?
The total number of hours you will need to sleep to function at your optimum level will depend on your body’s individual needs. As a general rule, healthy adults should aim to achieve approximately 7-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night. Of course, the amount of sleep required for children to function well and develop normally is much higher. For many people, while they may be in bed for long enough, disturbances in their natural sleep rhythm can lead to a reduction in the amount of actual sleep they achieve each night. People who do not sleep well and/or enough can suffer from cognitive lethargy during the day, reduced energy levels, and irritability. By prioritizing your sleep, you will set yourself up for a happy and fulfilling life at work and at home.
What is a sleep disorder?
The term sleep disorder refers to a broad range of conditions that could prevent you from falling asleep or staying asleep, or those that may impact the quality of the sleep you do get. There are three stages of sleep that your body will cycle through naturally throughout the night; light sleep, deep sleep, and REM (rapid eye movement) sleep. Each of these stages is important for different reasons. Patients with sleep disorders will often not get enough of 1 or all types of sleep, leaving them feeling fatigued and distracted during their waking hours. Some common sleep disorders include obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, as well as narcolepsy. At Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders, we can help you develop a treatment strategy designed to help you fall asleep more easily, achieve deeper and more restorative rest, and wake at an appropriate time for your lifestyle.
Will my insurance cover my treatment?
At Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders, we focus on improving the lives of our patients by providing dental sleep medicine, oral appliance therapy, TMJ disorder treatment, and sleep apnea treatment in calm and welcoming locations across the United States. As part of our mission to help America sleep better, we accept most major medical insurance plans as well as Medicare. Because we operate numerous locations in several states, we recommend contacting the location nearest you if you have questions about the specific insurance plans accepted at your chosen location. You can call us at (855) 977-0400 to find the Koala Center nearest you.
If you or a loved one are not sleeping well, the sleep doctors at Koala® Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders & TMJ Disorders can help. We have many convenient locations, so you can speak with a dedicated sleep doctor near you and reap the benefits of improved sleep now and throughout your life.