Dr. Octavia Wiseman Your Snoring and Sleep Apnea Dentist in Glenn Dale, MD

Dr. Octavia Wiseman

12150 Annapolis Rd.
Suite #301
Glenn Dale, MD 20769

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  • Michael L. 4/2/2013

    MY DREAMS ARE BACK! With the oral appliance I finally sleep well enough to dream again.

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Sleep Quizzes

  • What is Snoring?

    The snoring sound comes from air struggling to pass through a blocked airway caused by collapsed tissues in the back of the throat or other obstruction.

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  • Sleep Apnea Symptoms?

    If you snore, are always tired during the day, have morning headaches or are gasping for air or mouth breathing in your sleep, you may have sleep apnea.

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  • Oral Appliance Therapy:

    The most effective alternative to CPAP to treat snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea , oral appliances open the airway by moving your jaw forward.

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  • Why See a Dentist?

    Wearing an anti-snoring mouthpiece without seeing a qualified dentist can worsen or lead to side effects such as TMJ disorder, bruxism and silent apnea.

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Welcome to the Practice of Dr. Octavia Wiseman

Sleep Apnea Dentist
Your local Glenn Dale dentist committed to saving lives by providing treatment for sleep apnea. Dr. Wiseman is always learning new ways of maintaining the highest quality care for her patients. It is important to her that she gives 100% to her patients and community, which is why the ability to treat obstructive sleep apnea and snoring was so appealing to her. Dr. Wiseman has received extensive training on dental sleep medicine that allows her to provide the best care for her patients. More About Dr. Octavia Wiseman

Sleep Apnea News

  • Sleep, Health and Performance: Solving Bedtime Blues
    Sep 21, 2015 Many kids need more sleep to excel in school and to stay healthy. Sleep deprivation in kids can lead to weight gain, problems in school and behavioral changes, says Ann Halbower, the hospital's director of pediatric sleep research.
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  • New symptom may help identify sleep apnea in older women
    Sep 2, 2015 Obstructive sleep apnea may be underdiagnosed in postmenopausal women. A new study strongly associates the condition's traditional risk factors with nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting), suggesting that it may be an additional screening factor for doctors to consider.
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