Sleep & Snoring

Advanced Innovative Treatments for Sleep and Snoring Disorders

Sleep is one of the most important parts of our daily lives. A good night's sleep allows us to awaken rested and refreshed each day. Snoring can lead to lost sleepmarital problems and a variety of mental and physical health conditions, including dangerous breathing interruptions while asleep. Fortunately, advanced, innovative sleep and snoring treatment options are available.

25% of US adults are habitual snorers.

Don't Let Snoring Come Between You and Your Partner

No peaceful rest due to snoring partner

About 1 in every 4 adults snore habitually.

Snoring is resistance to airflow in the nose and throat that causes vibration and noise. It can be very loud and very disturbing to your bed partner. Snoring can cause marital issues and poor sleep quality.

A deviated septum, allergies, chronic sinus issues, nasal polyps, large tonsils and swollen turbinates are all common causes of snoring. Snoring may also accompany a more serious condition known as sleep apnea.

Get a Great Night's Sleep - For Your Health

Sleep Apnea Can Be Deadly

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a severe disorder which causes sufferers to repeatedly stop and start breathing while asleep, sometimes causing them to awaken suddenly, gasping for air. Sleep apnea sufferers experience severe fatigue, unwanted weight gain, high blood pressure and other potentially deadly conditions.

Relieved Sinus Patient with a Balloon Sinuplasty Treatment

Dr. Waldman, Since having Balloon Sinuplasty from you, I just want you to know how my life has changed and how successful the surgery was. Thank you so much for making my life sinus infection free!!! After so many years of pain and pressure everyday, I can finally live life. Thank you! Also, my wife says “thank you” as well! - MB

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Patient grateful for sinus relief

Dr. Feinfield, You’re awesome!! Thank you so much for all you did for A and his nose. Grateful more than words can say!
- The T Family

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Business Woman Relieved of Sinus Pressure

Dr. Waldman, Thank you so much for the Septoplasty AKA my new Fab nose! It looks great and gets better each day. As you know we had a hard time choosing surgeons and you were by far the best choice with the best referrals. I can’t talk more highly about your entire team and the care they put into every patient. I truly appreciate everything you have done for me, you changed my life. - KM

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Please note:  every patient is unique, and your results may vary.

Dangerous Sleep Apnea Health Risks - Don't Leave Sleep Apnea Untreated

  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Attack
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Obesity
  • Stroke
  • Dementia

Balloon Sinuplasty Advanced Sleep and Snoring Treatment

Happy Couple in Bed

If you or your sleeping partner think that you may have sleep apnea, we can diagnose and treat the problem using a variety of convenient, modern solutions, including alternatives to CPAP.

Conditions like chronic sinusitis can cause swelling of the nasal airways, leading to sleeping difficulties, snoring and reduced quality sleep for you and your partner. The safe, convenient Balloon Sinuplasty procedure is performed by our team of Ear Nose and Throat Specialists in order to treat:

  • Sinusitis
  • Chronic nasal congestion
  • Sinus-related snoring
  • Sinus-related sleep apnea

Balloon Sinuplasty is an innovative, minimally-invasive sleep apnea and snoring treatment which gently opens blocked sinus cavities and relieves the pain of chronic sinus inflammation, allowing you to breathe better and sleep better.

The Balloon Sinuplasty procedure involves no cutting and no nasal packing. The procedure is performed in the comfort of our Thousand Oaks office, without the hassle of inconvenient trips to the hospital. Best of all, the procedure takes less than 1 hour and patients enjoy fast recovery time and instant improvement of sinus-related sleep apnea and snoring.

Outstanding Sleep and Snoring Treatment for Oxnard, Agoura Hills, Tarzana, Calabasas and Sherman Oaks patients at our Thousand Oaks office in Ventura County.