Stephen J. Pyle, DDS continued his long-term relationship with WSI by launching a new website in February of 2019 for sleep apnea treatment in Weston Florida. As a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM), Dr. Pyle is part of an elite group of dentists who have an in-depth level of knowledge in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea using oral appliance therapy.
Dr. Pyle has been practicing traditional family and cosmetic dentistry while employing state-of-the-art technology since opening his office in Weston back in 1986. In his more than three decades as a Weston Dentist.
The online marketing campaign is designed to help grow the business by driving highly targeted traffic to the new website and converting that traffic into leads and new patients.
WSI’s ongoing monthly online marketing campaign includes search engine optimization (SEO). The SEO campaign targets several terms that are relevant to the business including:
The SEO campaign will include the weekly creation of relevant content to be added to the website and to newly created blogs on Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr. In just a few months the campaign has already shown great results driving up new patients dramatically.
WSI Online Solutions is a Website Design company in Broward County having worked with dozens of area clients including Weston Personal Injury Lawyers Martin, Lister & Alvarez, Broward’s First Rheumatology Practice and Hollywood Florida’s Best Hospital for Pet Surgery Hospital and Body Up Patient Lift.
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Weston’s First Dentist Provides the Numbers on Sleep Apnea
Dr. Stephen J. Pyle, Weston’s first dentist, is trained and qualified to diagnose OSA and works closely with sleep disorder MDs in treating the condition with dental appliances. A supporter of educating the public on health issues, Dr. Pyle offers up these facts and statistics about a condition that can adversely affect your health that is woefully under diagnosed:
Symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Waking up with a headache
- A frequent need to urinate during the night
- Nighttime gasping or coughing
- Excessive drowsiness during the day
You are a prime candidate for OSA if you:
- Are a male
- If you are obese
- If you smoke or drink excessively
- If you have a large neck size
- If you have hypertension
- If there is a family history of obstructive sleep apnea
The Cost of Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea
- People with moderate to severe sleep apnea are 15 times more likely to be involved in a traffic accident.
- Treating all U.S. drivers with OSA would save over $11 billion in accident related costs and save nearly 1,000 lives a year.
- Undiagnosed sufferers used $200,000 more in health care in the 2 years prior to diagnosis than diagnosed persons.
- Total cost of sleepiness is $43 to $51 billion per year.
OSA can now be treated with a simple dental appliance that worn at night that positions the lower jaw slightly forward preventing the airway from collapsing. The device is comfortable, effective, allows normal speech and even allows sipping water. The device has to be custom fitted and for that we recommend you visit Dr. Pyle in Weston.
Westin Dentist Asks If You Know You Have Sleep Apnea.
Now that there is an effective, comfortable therapy for sleep apnea, our Westin family dentistry practice is seeing more patients interested in the SomnoDent appliance that quickly reduces or eliminates sleepless nights and bothersome snoring. Sleep apnea and the more serious Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) can rob you of energy during the day and over time can aggravate health conditions like hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, work and driving related accidents and even promote stroke.
How Likely Are You To Be Suffering From Sleep Apnea?
It’s estimated that there are 30 million Americans that suffer from sleep apnea. Most cases go undiagnosed because patients simply aren’t aware that they have it or that there is solution for their snoring and sleepless nights.
In the past, treatment for sleep apnea was limited to surgery or the use of CPAP therapy. The surgical procedure is not appropriate for all cases and the CPAP device (a mask connected to and air pump via a hose) is so cumbersome and inconvenient that few patients continue the therapy longer than 60 days.
As the first Westin dentist, Dr. Pyle has always stayed on the cutting edge of dental technology. When he learned of the SomnoDent therapy he determined that it would greatly enhance the quality of life for many patients and partook in the training that qualified him to prepare custom devices. SomnoDent is the latest service to be added to an already long list of family dental services offered by the practice.
Today patients can have custom designed appliances that are comfortable, allow normal speaking and drinking, and eliminate the symptoms of sleep apnea made right in the office. If this is an area you believe can help you, give us a call and schedule an appointment. Read more: