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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    What are the best options for snoring?

    My husband snores very loudly everynight, he has seen an ent and the only suggestion was for the uvulvoplasty (which sounded quite horrific) he resorted to several different dental appliances which did nothing but damage his teeth. I just saw a program on the coblation tongue reduction could this help? He does not have sleep apnea, any advice appreciated!
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    Sharon Moore

    Speech Pathologist

    I am a Speech Pathologist with 30 years clinical experience, working over the years with a wide range of clients with communication and swallowing disorders. … View Profile

    An Orofacial Myology exercise program may benefit your husband. Many snoring patients note benefits quite quickly if doing exercises regularly. Exercises target muscles in the back of tongue/throat/nose region of the mouth. There are a couple of very good evidenced based studies to support this advice. 

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    Dr David McIntosh

    Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon

    David McIntosh is an Australian trained ENT surgeon with international experience. His areas of interest are paediatrics, nose and sinus disease, and providing access to … View Profile

    There are ENT that specialise in airway and snoring. We work with sleep physicians, dentists, orthodontists, speech therapists to make sure treatment is well considered. 
    This is our website for more information

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