1. What is Sleep Apnea and How is it Treated? (Part Two)

    In part one of this series on sleep apnea, we explored the very basics of what it is and how it is caused. In today’s post, we’re going to continue the conversation and take a look into the risk factors, how it’s diagnosed, and the treatments that are available. Living with sleep apnea is exhausting both physically and emotionally, and waking the next day you already feel completely spent. A…Read More

  2. What is Sleep Apnea and How is it Treated? (Part One)

    Sleep apnea is as much a sleeping disorder as it is a dental concern, and with more than 18 million American adults suffering from it, it poses issues such as fatigue and brain fog to more serious conditions like high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. So, how do you know if you have sleep apnea? At the Alaska Center for Oral + Facial Surgery (AOFS), sleep apnea is one of the many areas in…Read More

  3. Welcome to the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery

    If you’re new to the Alaska Center For Oral + Facial Surgery (AOFS), we are a state-of-the-art, modern accredited surgery and anesthesia facility with board-certified surgeons who provide minimally invasive procedures. When you’re suffering from teeth issues, sleep apnea, jaw problems or head and neck trauma, they can often be painful and cumbersome. The surgeons and staff members at AOFS unde…Read More