The first step toward treating obstructive sleep apnea is of course diagnosing the condition. We do this through our sleep testing partners who provide you with a small device that you sleep with at home. The device collects data that is sent to us for review. If you have sleep apnea the treatment options depend on the severity of the condition. For those with mild OSA, available options include in office treatments such as the Pillar Procedure. Another choice for many patients with mild-moderate OSA is a small dental appliance similar to a retainer or night guard. Nasal APAP, which represents an advance over traditional CPAP is an extremely effective tool that eliminates snoring and apnea when it is used nightly. Dr. Davis also offers surgical procedures such as the AIRvance system, tonsillectomy, and uvulopalatopharyngoplasty.