Posted on 9/1/2013
It’s estimated that one in 15 adults suffer from sleep apnea. In some cases, surgery is needed to open the airway so that patients can sleep better and lower their chances of further complications. Dr. Roger Toma is an Oakwood-affiliated otolaryngologist with offices in Dearborn and Canton. We’ll be talking to him today about when surgery might be the best option to treat obstructive sleep apnea. Also on the line is his patient, Edward, who recently had robot-assisted surgery for his obstructive sleep apnea.