Fort Lauderdale and Plantation Snoring and Sleep Specialists
Providing Relief from Chronic Snoring and OSA
Do you suffer from sleep apnea or a disruptive snoring condition? Have
nighttime breathing problems made it impossible for you to get a restful
night’s sleep, leading to chronic fatigue, headaches, and fogginess
during the day? If so, turn to Lee M. Mandel, MD, FACS, and his team of
highly trained specialists at South Florida Snoring and Sleep Center.
Our Fort Lauderdale and Plantation snoring and sleep doctors can provide
the effective treatment you need to improve your sleep and quality of life.
Why trust our doctors? Consider the following:
- Thousands of patients successfully treated
- Board Certified Specialists with decades of experience
- State-of-the-art, minimally invasive procedures
Backed by countless
positive patient testimonials
We proudly treat patients throughout Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, and the
surrounding areas. Call (954) 883-9449 today to schedule an appointment.
Helping You Breathe Freely
We provide a variety of snoring and sleep -related treatments and services,
- Full head and neck exams
- CT imaging of nasal and pharyngeal airways
- Home sleep testing
- Minimally invasive in office procedures with minimal downtime
- LATERA procedure- Spirox absorbable nasal value implantation
What Is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?
OSA is a sleep disorder in which your muscles in your palate and tongue
relax during sleep, causing your airway to narrow or close. This leads
to decreased oxygen saturation and short term awakenings (many times not
perceived) that decrease the overall quality of sleep.
Snoring and Mild-Moderate Sleep Apnea can lead to:
- Poor concentration
- Bed wetting
Snoring and Severe Sleep Apnea can lead to:
- Heart attack
- Motor vehicle accident
- Premature death
Some key facts about OSA:
- It affects males more than females
- Up to 18 million Americans (1 in 50, or 6.6%) have OSA (with up to 500,000
- Individuals with OSA are more than 6 times more likely to die in a motor
vehicle accident caused by tired driving
- Bed-mates of OSA patients lose up to 1 hour of sleep per night
- 38,000 deaths a year linked to OSA related heart disease
Severe snoring often goes hand-in-hand with sleep apnea and can be a sign
of a much more serious condition. If you suffer from snoring or believe
you may have snoring and or undiagnosed OSA, or if your current OSA treatments
have failed to provide the relief you need, Dr. Mandel and his team of
experts can provide a thorough evaluation of your condition and recommend
a custom-tailored treatment plan based on your medical history, anatomic
makeup, and results. You may qualify for a minimally invasive in-office
procedure which can be performed in a single office visit with minimal downtime.
Schedule an Appointment Online Today
Dr. Lee Mandel is a highly trained Otolayngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon
with decades of experience in his field of specialization. Having been
recognized by the American Board of Otolaryngology, the American Rhinologic
Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, the American College
of Surgeons, and holding two board certifications, Dr. Mandel can provide
the care you need to properly identify and address your snoring and sleep issues.
Complete an online form
or call (954) 883-9449 today to learn more about your treatment options.