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Texas’ trusted network of sleep experts

At Star Sleep & Wellness in Irving, we have a team of several board-certified sleep experts with specialized credentials, training, and qualifications to diagnose an array of sleep disorders. Thanks to our team’s knowledge and skill, over 50% of our patients get referred to us by leading medical institutions in and around the DFW area and Irving, including UT Southwestern and Baylor, Scott & White. Our Irving sleep center takes a unique, collaborative approach to care, ensuring that not just one or two professionals will look at your case, but up to five, if necessary!

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untreated sleep problems & their impact

Untreated sleep disorders can deeply impact your health by reducing your body’s immunity and making it work harder to fight off bacteria and viruses, also leading to an array of additional health concerns.

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sufferers report
relationship troubles

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more likely to be
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increased risk
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get the sleep quality you deserve

What makes our practice unique is the comprehensive approach that we take to treating sleep disorders. Countless patients who we’ve treated have visited us after not receiving the results and care they expected from other providers, causing them to feel helpless and desperate for a treatment that works for them. Not only will our team welcome you with open arms, but we understand your situation and will work quickly to provide you with a solution. Over the last 25 years, we’ve had the opportunity to help over 23,000 people reclaim their sleep and quality of life.

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affordable treatments for sleep disorders

Our team of Irving sleep specialists entered their field because they have a desire to help improve people’s quality of life. We want to make that happen for as many people as possible, which is why we’re proud to be in-network with many major health insurance plans, including Medicare and Tricare. That way, sleep disorder treatment is as affordable and accessible as possible for those who need it. We’ll work closely with you to maximize your benefits and minimize out-of-pocket costs, and if you don’t have insurance, we offer competitive fees and flexible payment options.

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personalized treatments for ideal results

One in eight people in North Texas have a sleep condition like sleep apnea, snoring, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, narcolepsy, or another sleep condition that compromises their quality of rest and life. An estimated 80% of those conditions remain undiagnosed and untreated before visiting Star Sleep & Wellness in Irving. We offer convenient in-person and tele-sleep consultations and provide solutions that never require surgery to help you reclaim your life.

Conditions we regularly diagnose and treat

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What is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?

OSA is one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of sleep apnea that causes you to stop breathing while you sleep. This is a result of collapsing soft oral tissues and the throat, blocking the airway and preventing proper oxygen flow. When this blockage occurs, it can cause you to suddenly gasp for air and wake. Depending on the severity of your OSA, these episodes, also referred to as apneas, can happen anywhere between one and several hundred times a night!

How is sleep apnea treated?

There are two primary treatment methods for sleep apnea:

  • CPAP Therapy – utilizes a continuous positive airway pressure machine (hence, CPAP) to push air through a mask that’s worn over the face into your airways to keep them open as you sleep. This reduces the number of episodes throughout the night and can greatly reduce your symptoms of OSA. These devices have become immensely far over the last decade and have a sleeker, quieter design.
  • Oral appliance therapy – utilizes a custom-crafted device that fits in the mouth to gently shift the jaw into the ideal position to keep the airway open as you rest. These devices are easy to use, noise-less, and completely customized for your unique needs and oral structure. They’re also a great option for patients who are always on-the-go because they’re so compact.

What causes snoring?

Snoring is a result of an obstructed airway, like the nasal or throat cavity, that makes it more difficult to breathe freely. When the muscles become too relaxed in these areas, they vibrate and create snoring sounds.

How do oral devices treat sleep apnea and/or snoring?

At Star Sleep & Wellness in Irving, we offer oral appliances that can treat both snoring as well as sleep apnea. They’re specially designed to keep the throat muscles and soft oral tissues from collapsing by shifting the jaw to open the airway as you sleep. This allows for the free flow of air and reduces snoring and other symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea.

What are common types of sleep disorders?

Our team can treat a wide range of sleep disorders, some that many of our patients haven’t heard of, including insomnia, nocturia, restless leg syndrome, and shift work disorder. Each of these can have a dire impact on your quality of sleep, and therefore, your day-to-day life. Fortunately, our team of sleep specialists offers a large menu of personalized treatments to help you get the rest you deserve.

What should I expect for my first visit?

The first part of anyone’s experience at our practice is a consultation, where our team will collect your medical and family health history and capture scans and images of your oral and facial anatomy. These will give us a better idea of what’s happening in your body, and when paired with an evaluation of your symptoms, we’ll have an even better idea of what type of sleep disorder you may be battling. Finally, we’ll make a diagnosis and discuss your treatment options with you to help improve your symptoms.

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