MEET AZITA ANISSI
Dr. Anissi is a Diplomate of the American Orthodontic Society. Her familiarity with orthodontics makes her a preferred doctor for treating sleep apnea, due to her better understanding of patients’ bite and occlusion, as well as her vast knowledge on retainer and jaw movements. She has practiced orthodontics for over sixteen years and general dentistry for twenty-four years. As a general dentist with advanced training in orthodontics and sleep apnea, Dr. Anissi’s dental office provides widespread dental care for patients of all ages.
MEET AZITA ANISSA
Dr. Azita Anissi has been a practicing dentist in the Rochester area for more than twenty five years, and her enthusiasm for dentistry has yet to waver. Her thirst for knowledge and exceptional clinical skills are fundamental to her practice, as she is constantly learning new techniques in order to help her patients to the best of her ability. She and her dental team offer the latest technology and approaches in treating and relieving snoring and sleep apnea.
Center for Sleep Therapy
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Have you ever been told that you sometimes stop breathing while asleep, or that your snoring is interrupted by pauses, gasps and snorting noises? Do you wake up in the morning feeling tired, groggy, and as if you have not slept at all? If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, it is possible that you may have obstructive sleep apnea, a disorder in which a person stops breathing multiple times throughout the night.
As humans, we need sleep in order to revitalize the body and restore its vital functions. The ongoing release of stress hormones and repeated instantaneous awakenings throughout the night rob sleep apnea sufferers of the benefits of restorative rest. This condition can be frustrating for a bed partner, and could also be detrimental to your health. There are methods to treat your snoring or sleep apnea, which include changing aspects of your lifestyle, using an oral appliance, getting the proper surgery, or using a CPAP machine.