Obstructive Sleep Apnea

CPAP Intolerance


Convenient New Jersey Location

Telephone: 732-727-5000
Int'l Tel: +1-732-727-5000



Our Guarantee

Proof of Success
Testimonials with Photos
Photo Gallery


Sleep Apnea Causes Strokes and Can Kill

We want to help so we’ll take the financial risk for your treatment

Your sleep apnea condition must improve
or your money back.

Is this you using a CPAP?

We have the non-surgical treatment option, CSADA™, so you can sleep like this

We are here to help the people who cannot or will not use their CPAP and guarantee that our approach will help or your money back. If you or a loved one has sleep apnea being treated with CPAP, you probably know how unpleasant it is to wear a mask and hose and have a noisy motor running all night long. Frankly, if you don’t mind using your CPAP, please continue to do so.

The details of our guarantee will follow, as will photos and comments from numerous patients, but please allow us first to explain a few things about sleep apnea and its treatment.

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea involves a condition in which a person stops breathing over and over again throughout the night, in many cases, for long periods of time. The side effects of this condition can be fatal. Sleep Apnea is a serious medical disorder affecting as many as 10% of middle-aged men and 6% of middle-aged women in the United States. In addition, 1% to 20% of children may be affected.

Snoring is not dangerous in and of itself. However, it appears that it can lead to damage to structures in the head and throat which leads to Sleep Apnea. At the least, snoring can be extremely annoying, especially to bed partners, who often have to sleep in a different room to avoid being kept awake all night by the buzzsaw noise. Research has demonstrated that anxiety and depression is often reduced in the bed partners of people who snore after snoring is stopped.

Suspicious signs and symptoms of sleep apnea may include:

  • Snoring - loud and heavy, sometimes accompanied by snorting and gasping
  • Long pauses in breathing during sleep
  • Morning headache
  • Cluster headache
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness and unexplained fatigue
  • Personality, alertness, memory, and behavior changes
  • Memory loss
  • Obesity
  • Acid Reflux (G.E.R.D.)
  • Loss of interest and physical problems related to sex
  • In some cases, ADHD and similar conditions

While diagnosis requires confirmation via a Sleep Study (polysomnography) or home sleep test, in conjunction with an appropriate medical specialist, we are privileged to have the opportunity to treat this condition.

“After an episode in which I lost consciousness while driving, I feared that my lack of adequate sleep would someday result in a fatal accident. I couldn’t tolerate CPAP and found the oral appliance to be the answer to my prayers. The very first day I woke up feeling like I was truly rested and had the best sleep I had had for many years. It was worth the trip from Arizona.” - Louis S.

“I used to fall asleep throughout the day every day, but the worst part was waking up every night gasping for air and trying to remember to breathe! It was such a scary feeling. All of that is in the past since the first night I wore my CSADA™ appliance. I’m certain that Dr. Klemons saved my life.” - Burt M.

Untreated Sleep Apnea is Life Threatening and a Major Health Problem

The biggest problem is shortage of oxygen to the body throughout sleep. This affects every aspect of your health. Poor oxygen intake contributes to premature aging. When left untreated, sleep apnea is believed to take an average of eight years off of a person’s life.

Sleep apnea can cause the following:

  • High blood pressure - 90% of people with hypertension have sleep apnea and 60% of sleep apnea patients develop hypertension
  • Heart attacks and heart disease
  • Strokes
  • Sudden death (a former Green Bay Packer football player named Reggie White died of respiratory failure reportedly due to sleep apnea)
  • Depression
  • Severe memory loss - in certain cases dementiaLoss of sexual interest and function
  • Fatigue and lack of energy - sleepiness throughout the day. Sleepiness is one of the most common causes of automobile accidents and related injuries
  • Headaches as well as aches and pains throughout the body
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Inability to reach deep sleep. This is called Level 3 sleep and is required for growth and healing hormones to be formed and released into the body
  • Premature aging Since everyone’s body relies on inhalation of an adequate amount of oxygen in air 24 hours a day, many other medical conditions heal slowly, or perhaps not at all, in patients who hold their breath for long periods of time hundreds of times each night.

If you or a loved one has a problem with Sleep Apnea or snoring and would like to have a consultation and be tested with the Pharyngometer (the computer that measures the airway), please schedule a "Screening Evaluation" at the Center for Sleep Apnea. We would love to meet you in person and help you to attain a better quality of life without CPAP. Please call us at 732-727-5000 to set up an appointment today. We are here to help.




Obstructive Sleep Apnea • CPAP Intolerance • Snoring

If you or a loved one suffers from headaches or face pain, please visit

Ira M. Klemons, D.D.S., Ph.D., Director,
The Center for Sleep Apnea
The Center for Headaches and Facial Pain
The Center for Head and Facial Movement Disorders

2045 Route 35 South
South Amboy, NJ 08879 U.S.A.
USA Telephone: 732-727-5000
International Telephone: +1-732-727-5000
Fax: 732-727-5497

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