Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery
Sleep Medicine and Surgery
Sleep is an essential part of our physical and mental well-being. At Mass. Eye and Ear, we understand how burdensome and serious sleep disorders can be, so our specially-trained sleep doctors are here to help. Whether it's snoring or sleep apnea, we offer the latest diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to help you sleep better.
OverviewLed by Noah S. Siegel, MD, our team includes leaders in sleep medicine who use the latest techniques to properly diagnosis and manage the entire breath of sleep disorders. In addition, we try to have a respiratory therapist available during CPAP clinic to make pressure adjustments and perform mask fittings.
For first time patients, we ask that you come to your first visit with your medical records. This will help your physician make a more informed diagnosis.
Meet our Team
Our sleep team consists of board-certified sleep doctors who are dedicated to helping you sleep and breathe better.
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Conditions We Treat
Did you know?
We offer specialized sleep services at 10 Mass. Eye and Ear locations throughout Eastern Massachusetts.
For individuals with snoring or sleep apnea, breathing is improved when laying on their side. The effect of gravity on upper airway patency is less prominent when a person sleeps on their side rather than their back or stomach.
Adults require 7.5 to 8 hours of sleep per night. Children and teens require even more.