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I May Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Now What?

Mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious medical condition that affects patients of all ages, body types, and backgrounds.

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you need to see a qualified medical doctor and/or a dentist with the appropriate training.

If you have NOT yet been diagnosed with OSA, complete our self-assessment survey to be connected with a Vivos-trained provider in your area.

Find out now if Vivos is right for you.

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To get started, you will meet with a Vivos-trained dentist who will guide you through four critical steps:

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Step 1

Sleep Assessment

The purpose of a sleep assessment is to evaluate your sleep quality and determine the severity of your sleep apnea, if present. Your Vivos dentist or medical provider will provide a home sleep test, such as VivoScore.

 

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Step 2

Medical Diagnosis

After an initial assessment, a qualified medical doctor will provide a diagnosis and recommend the best treatment options for your particular case.

 

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Step 3

Comprehensive Exam and Treatment Plan

Based on your specific needs, your Vivos-trained dentist will conduct a comprehensive evaluation, taking all relevant clinical records, in order to formulate a customized treatment plan. This treatment plan will likely include a number of integrative therapies that have been proven to ensure the best treatment outcomes.

 

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Step 4

Complete Treatment

Your results from The Vivos Method will largely depend upon your commitment to follow the directions and protocols prescribed by your Vivos doctors and other providers. By remaining diligent in completing your treatment, you will have the best likelihood of achieving your breathing and sleep goals.

 

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Are you ready to start your journey toward better sleep?