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Andy's Journey To Breathing Better - Balloon Sinuplasty And Turbinate Reduction

After Andy’s initial visit and CT Scan, he was feeling a nervous excitement about his planned procedures to open up his sinuses. During his procedure, his ADVENT Sinus and Sleep Surgeon Dr. Handler expertly navigated Andy’s nasal passages and gave him the play-by-play. He narrated the entire event as he minimized the turbinates and performed…

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ADVENT - The Worlds Smallest Easiest At-Home Sleep Study

When you think of sleep studies you probably imagine laying in a strange bed, in a strange place, with strange people watching and judging every move you make. You’re attached to hundreds of cords, monitors, and machines. All of this hardware is humming, buzzing and beeping away insistently. The sleep lab technician flicks the lights…

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ADVENT 3 Options For Sleep Apnea Treatment Blog

If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) or even suspect that you do, you might just want to jump headfirst into the solution you hear about most often. The thing is, in order to understand which of the OSA treatment options is right for you, it’s necessary to first diagnose what is causing the…

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Andy's Second Visit CT Scan & Treatment Plan

“I don’t naturally breathe through my nose, so when I force myself to, I feel like I’m suffocating.” During Andy’s second visit, he underwent a CT scan followed by an in-depth assessment of his results with Dr. Handler. He explained to the doctor his inability to breathe normally since he was very young. “I was…

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ADVENT Sleep Divorce

If you and your partner sleep in separate bedrooms because one of you snore, you’re in a sleep divorce. Jessica joined Dr. Kandula on The Morning Blend to share her story of success after enduring a lifetime of snoring issues.     Transcript: [Molly] Welcome back to The Morning Blend. It is estimated that one…

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ADVENT The Hidden Consequences Of Sleep Apnea Thumbnail 1200x800

Sleep apnea is more than just an annoying sleep disorder. It’s bigger and more dangerous than simply snoring. It has been dubbed a silent killer and ends more lives than medical records will ever show. A cause of death may list a “heart attack” or “stroke”, however, there’s potentially an underlying cause of obstructive sleep…

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