1. In-Office Procedures for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

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    http://breathefreely.com Dr. Pasha explains what procedures can be done in the office to improv sinus and snoring problems.

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    • What is Endoscopic Sinus Surgery?

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      http://breathefreely.com Dr. Pasha explains endoscopic sinus surgery.

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      • What is the benefit of Dual-Board Certification?

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        http://breathefreely.com Dr. Raza Pasha has the unique distinction of being both Board-Certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology as well as having specialty certification in Sleep Medicine. Although Dr. Pasha is trained in all fields of Ears, Nose, and Throat Medicine (ENT) and Head and Neck Surgery, he has a special interest specifically with sleep apnea, snoring, allergy, and sinus related disorders.

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        • How do you diagnose Sleep Apnea?

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          http://breathefreely.com Untreated Sleep Apnea is Dangerous. More importantly, with the decrease in oxygen your heart and lungs have to work harder to keep you body oxygenated. This increased work causes high blood pressure or hypertension and eventually results in heart and lung disease! Untreated sleep apnea has also been shown to lead to diabetes, stroke, or even sudden death.

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          • Cold vs Sinus vs Allergies

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            http://breathefreely.com Dr. Raza Pasha explains the differences between a cold, sinus infections and allergies.

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            • How Dental Appliances Are Used to Treat Sleep Apnea

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              http://breathefreely.com For select patients with mild sleep apnea or positional snoring, a dental or oral appliance may be considered. Dental appliances are similar to orthodontic retainers. They are worn in the mouth while sleeping to help expand the back of the throat. Some of the devices hold the lower jaw forward during sleep, while other appliances directly affect tongue position. Dental Appliances do have their disadvantages. The most common problem is arthritis of the jaw joint or tempromandibular joint disease (TMJ). TMJ occurs because of the stress of the jaw joint from thrusting your jaw forward in an unnatural position. For some, the dental appliance may act as a retainer causing the teeth to shift over time. This complication can result in an over-bite or under-bite. Like any device such as CPAP machines, patients may have difficulty tolerating dental devices. Non-compliance is very common.

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              • What Can Be Done for My Child's Snoring?

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                http://breathefreely.com Dr. Raza Pasha explains what can be done for your snoring child.

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                • How In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty Can Cure Recurrent Sinus Problems

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                  http://breathefreely.com Dr. Pasha is most known as a pioneer of in-office Balloon Sinuplasty™ for the management of recurrent sinus problems. He participated and published the initial research to refine Balloon Sinuplasty™ and has become one of the most experienced in this technique. He lectures his peers across the country and often has visiting colleagues observe him perform this procedure. In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty™ may be considered for those who have recurrent sinus infections or barosinusitis (facial pain caused by pressure such as in a flight). Dr. Pasha may also consider balloon sinuplasty for those who have rhinogenic headaches. Rhinogenic comes from rhino- which means nose (like rhinoceros) and -geneic which means the cause of (like genesis or genetic). Some headaches or migraine sufferes are triggered by congestion in the nose or sinuses. These type headaches may be addressed by in-office balloon sinuplasty. Balloon Sinuplasty™ is an FDA approved technique that uses microscopic endoscopes placed through the nose to locate the openings (ostia) of the sinuses. A wire and catheter-based system accesses the openings. Once identified, a small balloon is gradually inflated then removed to open the blocked sinus similar to how angioplasty is used to open vessels in the heart. This opening allows for normal function and drainage of the sinuses. Dr. Pasha begins by numbing your nose with a nasal spray in the office. The procedure causes minimal pain and recovery. You may return to work or school the same day. As you recover you will need to keep your nose moist with nasal salt-water spray as well as use corticosteroid nasal sprays to keep the inflammation down.

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                  • Why Do I Constantly Smell Bad Smells?

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                    http://breathefreely.com If you are consistently smelling bad smells, you may have recurrent sinus problems or an infection. Visit with Dr. Pasha to examine your nose and get to the source of the issue.

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                    • Should I Take Antibiotics for My Sinus Problems?

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                      http://breathefreely.com Dr. Raza Pasha explains some of the reasons why you might not want to take antibiotics to treat your sinus problems.

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