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Surgical procedures can restore air flow to make breathing easier. After sleep apnea surgery, many people snore less and sleep better throughout the night, causing them to wake up feeling more rested.
Penn specialists can evaluate the anatomical cause of your sleep apnea in order to determine the best surgical treatment option for you.
Meet Our Sleep Apnea Surgeons
Learn about sleep apnea surgeries offered for the nasal cavities such as septoplasty, turbinate reduction, DOME, nasal valve and sinus surgery.
Learn about sleep apnea surgeries offered for the jaw such as MMA and genioglossus advancement.
Learn about sleep apnea surgeries offered for the throat and tongue such as UPPP, Transpalatal Advancement Pharyngoplasty, TORS, hypoglossal nerve stimulation, tongue reduction, and partial epiglottidectomy.