How do you stop snoring?

When it comes to treating your snoring successfully, it’s important to understand what’s causing it first. Then you can determine the treatment needed to deal with it.


Do you have sleep apnea?

90% of people who have sleep apnea go undiagnosed. If you are a chronic snorer, you should be evaluated to determine the source of your problem and your treatment options.


Is CPAP no longer an option?

If you are no longer able to tolerate wearing your CPAP mask, or are struggling to stay compliant, it's time to consider your other options.


Are you a candidate for treatment?

Sleep specialists use different methods to evaluate a patient's level of risk for sleep apnea. One of the most popular is the Berlin Scale. This is a universal evaluation tool used around the USA.

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93% of patients that undergo treatment say that they should have done it sooner. The first and most important step to treating your snoring and sleep apnea starts with making an appointment.

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Read what our patients are saying
  • Adolfo C.

    I always knew I had a snoring problem, but a few years ago I met a wonderful woman who gave me an ultimatum: Either my snoring had to go or I did! So I took charge of the situation and decided it was time to finally do something about it. I was lucky to find eos sleep. They really made it a wonderful experience. After examining me a few times, the Dr. performed the pillar procedure on me, and inserted what looked like small toothpicks in the roof of my mouth. He did an exceptional job and since then I haven't been snoring — I used to be very tired all day, but not anymore. I wake up actually feeling rested. My girlfriend is very happy.

  • Robert D., via Yelp

    After many years of listening to someone snore and losing sleep, my eos sleep doctor was able to find the solution. He is extremely effective attentive and humorous. In addition to being an excellent doctor, I highly recommend him to everyone with a sleep disorder as well as anyone who has a sleep disorder.

  • Susan R., via Yelp

    Met with an eos sleep-recommended doctor for my snoring problem. He was very comforting and recommended a home sleep study. Turns out I do have sleep apnea so I went back for surgery and now I am cured! Thanks eos!

  • Nathalie

    I am sleeping much better. My moods are better. I am more alert and my memory is improving. It is my intention to not keep eos sleep a secret. Many Americans deserve to have this medical cure.

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Why eos sleep?

85% of patients seeking treatment end
up in the wrong waiting rooms.
Primarily because they don’t see the right doctor for the right treatment. At eos sleep our doctors specialize in diagnosing and treating snoring and sleep apnea.


Who we are

eos sleep was founded in 2010 by David O. Volpi MD. A board certified ear nose & throat physician and one of the leading experts in snoring & sleep apnea in the US. eos sleep is committed to the minimally invasive treatment of snoring & sleep apnea.


Where you can find us

eos sleep has four convenient locations in NYC. We’re happy to say that we also service the California and Texas markets. For a full listing of our locations click here.

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