Sleep Reimagined

Working Together to Provide Holistic Care

What is Pneusomnia?

Pneusomnia clinics specialize in delivering continuity of care for patients who suffer from sleep-disordered breathing.

Pneusomnia is a multidisciplinary sleep practice that provides holistic care for those with sleep-related breathing disorders.

We offer a range of medical treatment options tailored to the needs of each individual. If you find yourself feeling tired even after a full night of sleep, struggling to stay asleep, or snoring regularly, you may be dealing with a form of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB).

At Pneusomnia, we strive to deliver world-class service. With personalized treatment options built for your needs, we search for the root cause of your SDB and then create personalized treatments that suit the individual’s needs.

Up to 60% of those with heart disease also have SDB.

Explore the anatomy of sleep-disordered breathing, including mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea.

Sleep-disordered breathing—including mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea—may impact every system in the body.



Depression | Anxiety
Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
Cardiovascular Disease
Chronic Pain
Nocturnal Enuresis
Chronic Fatigue

Explore the anatomy of sleep-disordered breathing, including mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea.

Interrupted sleep may impact every system in the body.

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What are SDB and OSA?

The following concerns and symptoms are associated with SDB and OSA:

  • Teeth grinding
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Asthma
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease

If you experience one or more of these symptoms, come to Pneusomnia, where we can help you reimagine your sleep. Continuity of care is our priority, and we will work to find a personalized treatment plan that is right for you.

SDB describes a group of conditions that include abnormal respiratory patterns during sleep. Not only are these conditions common, but they are also associated with comorbidities like heart disease, depression, and diabetes.

The most common form of SDB is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a sleep disorder where breathing stops repeatedly throughout the night due to a restricted airway.

What treatment is available for SDB?

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to OSA or SDB. Our extensive diagnostics and expertise allow us to design a custom, comprehensive plan to relieve your symptoms and help you regain (or restore) your energy and vitality, which may include the following:

  • The Vivos System: nonsurgical, personalized oral appliance therapy
  • Mandibular advancement devices
  • Nasal congestion treatments and procedures
  • Surgical alternatives, including minimally invasive, office-based procedures and hypoglossal nerve stimulation
  • CPAP, APAP, and BiPAP therapy and optimization
  • Treatment for associated medical problems
  • Lifestyle and wellness consultation
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Biomimetic Oral Appliance Therapy


A Treatment Protocol That Targets the Underlying Cause of Sleep Apnea

The Vivos System® works to treat the root cause of OSA by nonsurgically remodeling and repositioning the hard and soft tissues that comprise the human airway.

The Vivos System® treatment is typically less than $10,000 and is covered by most major health plans.

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A Potentially Serious Medical Problem with a Solution in the Dental Office

Hard and soft tissues of the craniofacial complex can be nonsurgically remodeled and enhanced using the proprietary Vivos System® devices and clinical protocols.

The following slides exemplify the numerous ways in which the Vivos System® operates to remodel, reposition, and enhance craniofacial tissues.

Craniofacial Anatomy

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Why choose Pneusomnia?

Did you know?

Fragmented sleep, marked by numerous awakenings, can interfere with the ability to have normal sleep cycles, decreasing time spent in the most restorative stages of sleep. For this reason, every person’s goal should be to sleep enough hours and for those hours to be high-quality, uninterrupted sleep.


Because Pneusomnia is a multidisciplinary sleep practice, we provide comprehensive and personalized care for every patient.

Choosing Pneusomnia means investing in the quality of your breathing and prioritizing your long-term health. It means receiving the best care for you—not a random solution built for anyone and everyone.