Snoring and Sleep Apnoea


We all know how a good night’s sleep can make all the difference in our day. That’s why at Preston Dental Group we’re all about understanding you and your sleep. Snoring and sleep apnoea are signs your body might need a little extra care and we’re here to listen, understand, and help you on your journey to sweet dreams. Whether you’re dealing with the occasional snore or facing challenges with sleep apnoea, our friendly team is here to guide you towards restful nights and energetic days.

If you’re struggling with snoring or suspect you have sleep apnoea, you’re not alone, it’s a prevalent issue, but we’re here to help. Our clinic in Preston offers a warm, welcoming environment where we tackle these common sleep issues head-on. With a blend of precision and empathy, we’ll work with you to find the solutions that fit your life and bring back those peaceful nights. Our approach is all about understanding your unique needs and providing care that feels right for you.


Gender: Men are more likely than women to experience snoring or sleep apnoea.

Weight: Overweight or obese individuals have a higher risk.

Airway Structure: A narrow airway, long soft palate, or enlarged tonsils can increase risk.

Alcohol Consumption: Alcohol relaxes throat muscles, contributing to snoring.

Nasal Problems: Issues like a deviated septum or chronic congestion can lead to snoring.

Family History: A family history of snoring or
obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a significant risk factor.

Frequent, Loud Snoring

It’s not just a nuisance for your sleep partner, loud snoring can also be a key symptom of obstructive sleep apnoea. It's caused by partial obstruction of your airways and can be an indicator of underlying health issues.

Choking or Gasping for Air

This alarming symptom occurs when breathing is interrupted during sleep, often a clear sign of sleep apnoea. It can often be frightening and disrupt your sleep quality significantly.

Daytime Fatigue

Despite a full night's sleep, feeling excessively tired during the day is a common symptom of disrupted sleep patterns, often caused by snoring or sleep apnoea. This can affect your concentration, mood, and overall quality of life.

Morning Headaches

Waking up with a headache can be a result of fluctuating oxygen levels due to interrupted breathing. This symptom shouldn't be overlooked as it indicates that your body is not getting enough restorative sleep.

Mood Changes

Irritability, depression, and mood swings can often stem from poor sleep quality associated with snoring and sleep apnoea. Consistent lack of restful sleep can take a toll on your emotional well-being.

Difficulty Concentrating

Struggling with focus and concentration can be a direct consequence of sleep disturbances caused by snoring or sleep apnoea. This can impact your daily productivity and cognitive functions.


We start with a comprehensive sleep study to accurately diagnose the condition. Based on the results, we may recommend lifestyle changes, CPAP therapy, or innovative laser treatment or antisnoring device.

Our goal is to provide precise and personalised treatment for snoring and sleep apnoea in Preston.


If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms of snoring or sleep apnoea, don’t wait to seek help. Visit our website for comprehensive information on our services and treatment options. At Preston Dental Group we offer personalised care plans, including innovative treatments like laser therapy for snoring, and are committed to helping you find the best solution for your needs.

Schedule a consultation today and take the first step towards improving your sleep and health. Our team is ready to provide support, answer your questions, and guide you through every step of the process. Let us help you rediscover the benefits of a good night’s sleep.


Snoring is the sound of obstructed air movement during sleep, while sleep apnoea involves pauses in breathing due to airway blockage.
Yes, lifestyle changes such as losing weight, reducing alcohol intake, and changing sleep positions can help reduce snoring.
A sleep study monitors your sleep patterns, breathing, heart rate, and oxygen levels to diagnose sleep apnoea and determine its severity.