A New Snoring Cure? The Snoreplasty Procedure

November 12, 2009

Dr. Park describes an innovative, quick office procedure for snoring. For a free report on The Truth About Obstructive Sleep Apnea Surgery: http://tinyurl.com/yl8hsk5

One Response to “A New Snoring Cure? The Snoreplasty Procedure”

  1. John cover on November 18th, 2014 11:35 am

    Dr Thank you very much for your well considered and informative website.

    I have had the UPPP surgery 10 years ago but still have severe apnea with 57 occurrences in sleep studies when lying on back. I wear full mask Quattro at a pressure of 9 respironics ststem1 but find myself breathing thru mouth and hating going to sleep. I average about 5-6 hrs a night and often go to daytime movies to get more sleep. Every aspect of my life has deteriorated. I am 67 and previously in great shape climbing in Nepal, Kilimanjaro, basketball, tennis. Nasal pillows are preferred but don’t work so well as I end up breathing thru mouth even with chin strap. I feel I’m at end of my rope and would appreciate your advice. I am 6′ 1″ 197# with narrow jaw I truly want to get off this machine. I am contemplating other surgery or solutions
    Thank you
    John Cover

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