8 Hours Sleep and Still Tired? Beverly Hills Top Surgeon & Sleep Doctor Highlights New Innovations for More Restful Sleep
Guest Post by Dr. David Saadat
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 18 million American adults suffer from sleep apnea and 45% of Americans say poor sleep affects their daily activities at least once a week. Poor sleep is not a fact of life; it’s an epidemic that can lead to many more serious issues if left untreated.
As a facial plastic surgeon and expert in treatments focused on improving sleep, I not only perform aesthetic procedures daily, but also treat patients who deal with symptoms including chronic fatigue, forgetfulness, mood swings, morning headaches, waking up in the middle of the night with a choking sensation, and the list goes on.Read Full Article
Stop Being Exhausted. New Innovations for More Restful Sleep
People are exhausted. Between work, commutes, and constant stress, the well-rested are increasingly rare. There’s good reason. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 18 million American adults suffer from sleep apnea and a whopping 45% of Americans say poor sleep affects their daily activities at least once a week. People are starting to accept poor sleep as normal. None of life’s luxuries mean much if you’re too tired to enjoy them.Read Full Article
Skin Cancer Reconstruction There is Hope
The incidence of skin cancer is increasing every day. Fortunately, the majority of skin cancers are treatable, but the key to successful treatment is early detection. The earlier a skin cancer is found, the better it is controlled. More importantly, the smaller the cancer, the easier it is to reconstruct the defect caused by removal of the cancer.
Plastic surgeons remain a key member of the team to repair skin cancer defects. At Santa Clarita Ear, Nose and Throat and Facial Plastic Surgery (SCENT), we specialize in the treatment of skin cancer, especially the part that involves plastic surgery reconstruction. We are known in the community for creating scars that are difficult to detect. Fortunately, insurance companies still cover the plastic surgery repair of skin cancer defects. Unfortunately, most patients don’t know this and don’t take advantage of the opportunity. If you have or are suspicious of having skin cancer, you should look into plastic surgery to assure that you will have the best possible cosmetic outcome.
At SCENT, we are proud of our skin cancer program and are available to you for a consultation. We accept most insurance plans and are able to treat you from the start to finish, including skin cancer screening and detection, skin cancer resection, MOHS micrographic resection, and plastic surgery reconstruction of the involved area. D. David Saadat, MD is triple board certified in facial plastic surgery, otolaryngology and sleep medicine and partner at SCENT where they treat the ear, nose, throat, speech, audiology and facial plastic surgery needs for adults and children.
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Dr. Saadat Speaks to Military.com About Sleep Apnea
Dr. Saadat, who has three board certifications, is one of the few doctors in Southern California who can the Inspire device for obstructive sleep apnea. “If anyone needs a good night’s rest, it is our men and women serving in the Armed Forces,” said Dr. Saadat. Consequently, Dr. Saadat is offering free consultations to military persons on active duty as well as military veterans.Read Full Article