Sleep is essential for our health, our mood, and our ability to learn and grow. Often, when a person’s sleep becomes disturbed, the symptoms slowly appear. With each night of poor sleep, the person grows more exhausted, more prone to disease, more fuzzy-headed and more emotional.
When a child has sleeping difficulties from birth, the problem is compounded. There is no “before, when sleep was good.” Instead, the child is pegged as a problem child. They’re cranky. They’re colicky. These children nurse constantly. They don’t nurse well. As they get older, they’re slow to develop, they’re oppositional, they have attention issues. The child is saddled with labels to describe symptoms, but the underlying problem, the sleep issues, goes unnoticed.
What if it was possible to identify and treat sleep issues in a dental practice?
What if your adult and pediatric patients could receive the care they need in a familiar and convenient location?