K Scott Danoff, DMD
Diplomate - American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
Diplomate - American Sleep and Breathing Academy
Chief of Prosthodontics - Northwell Hospital - LIJ campus

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Center of Greater New York

Two Convenient Locations

Queens Location
49-33 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, NY 11362

Manhattan Location
132 East 76th Street, Suite 2A, New York, NY, 10021

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  •   Sleep Apnea can Take 10-14 Years Off Your Life

    Sleep apnea, if left untreated, can have a significant impact on your health and potentially reduce your lifespan. However, the specific number of years it might take off your life can vary widely from person to person, and it's challenging to provide an exact figure. Untreated sleep apnea has been associated with various health problems, including...

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  •   Enhancing Sleep Quality: The Benefits of Vivos for Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea, a condition characterized by interrupted breathing during sleep, can significantly impact one's overall health and well-being. However, innovative treatments like Vivos have emerged as a promising solution to address this concern. Let's delve into the benefits of Vivos therapy for sleep apnea and its profound impact on improving sleep quality.

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  •   I don't Snore. So I do not Have Sleep Apnea…. FALSE!

    While snoring is a common symptom of sleep apnea, it's not the only indicator. It's important to note that not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, and not everyone with sleep apnea snores. Common signs and symptoms of sleep apnea include...

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  •   Sleep Apnea in Women

    Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can affect both men and women, but it is often underdiagnosed in women compared to men. This is because sleep apnea symptoms can present differently in women, and there are certain gender-specific factors that can influence its prevalence and diagnosis. Here are some key points to consider about sleep apnea in women...

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  •   Is there a Cure for Sleep Apnea?

     There are effective treatments and interventions that can manage the condition and alleviate its symptoms. The choice of treatment depends on the type and severity of sleep apnea. Here are some of the treatment options...

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  •   Screening for Sleep Apnea

    Screening for sleep apnea typically involves assessing an individual's risk factors and symptoms to identify those who may be at a higher risk of having the condition. Various tools and questionnaires are commonly used for screening purposes. Here's an overview of how sleep apnea screening is conducted...

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  •   How do Oral Appliances Help Treat Sleep Apnea?

    It's important to note that oral appliances are generally recommended for individuals with mild to moderate OSA or those who cannot tolerate continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. Severe cases of OSA may still require CPAP or other more aggressive treatments.

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  •   The Causes of Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by repeated interruptions in breathing during sleep. These interruptions, known as apneas, can lead to disrupted sleep and a range of health issues. There are several causes of sleep apnea, with the two primary types being obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and central sleep apnea (CSA). Here's an overview of the causes for each type...

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  •   Sleep Apnea Linked to Alzheimers Disease

    Chronic sleep deprivation is a public health epidemic and has led scientists to study why you sleep and how it affects the brain. Sleep apnea affects the way you breathe while you are sleeping. Current research has established a relationship between sleep apnea and dementia: people who have trouble sleeping have enhanced amyloid deposits in their brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. 

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  •   Snoring and Sleep Apnea Center service area expanded to Greater New York.

    44-Snore is expanding our service area to include Greater New York. To mark this milestone, we are updating our logo to represent our expanded service area and enhanced attention to our Sleep Apnea Center.

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