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Dr. Eugene Azuma, DDS

Kids Sleep Apnea Treatment Honolulu HI

Experience Excellence in kids Sleep Apnea Treatment with Dr. Eugene Azuma, Honolulu's Premier Dental Sleep Medicine Specialist

Breathe Better

Breathing is fundamental; any disruption affects your health and well-being.

Sleep Better

Sleep quality is essential; peaceful sleep influences your overall well-being.

Feel Better

Enhanced breathing and quality sleep boost well-being and health.

Live Better

Improved breathing and sleep lead to a life of vitality and fulfillment.

FREE Parents Guide to Kids Sleep Apnea

What's Really Happening With Our Children

Poor Jaw Development

In the modern world, our children face a wide range of health issues, including ADHD, bedwetting, tonsillitis, hyperactivity, asthma, night terrors, and headaches. This presents a significant challenge for healthcare professionals who may have limited solutions.

Parents, understandably concerned and frustrated, sometimes turn to medications in hopes of easing their children’s discomfort.

However, let’s take a closer look at the underlying factors behind these issues.

The Problem May Not Be What You Think It Is..

Kids Jaws Are Shrinking

The growth of your child’s face and jaw plays a vital role in various aspects of their well-being, including their breathing, dental alignment, and overall appearance.

Modern lifestyle and dietary changes have influenced our genetics, resulting in smaller jaws. Unfortunately, this can pose significant challenges, potentially impacting your child’s breathing, sleep quality, and overall health.

Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB)

The development of our airways is significantly influenced by the size of our jaws, leading to a variety of pediatric sleep apnea symptoms and health issues, including:


Dentists play a vital role in addressing sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBD), working in close collaboration with medical professionals. These disorders have diverse origins, and the most effective treatments often result from a partnership between dentists and healthcare experts.

Kids Have Sleep Apnea Too

A Compromised Airway

This disruption in sleep quality can have adverse effects on their cognitive functions, memory, and overall health. Regrettably, problems associated with sleep-related breathing issues often go undetected, receive inaccurate diagnoses, or are left untreated. If your child exhibits these symptoms, they may be experiencing sleep-related breathing difficulties.

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The Vivos Treatment

Treating The Root Cause

The Vivos system provides a non-surgical answer to underdeveloped jaw issues through daytime-nighttime appliances that gently expand the upper palate.

Unlike merely addressing sleep apnea symptoms, the Vivos Method employs noninvasive oral appliances prescribed by skilled professionals. This comprehensive approach tackles concerns contributing to sleep apnea, effectively resolving structural upper airway problems. By addressing the root cause, the Vivos Method delivers lasting relief and enhances overall health

We Treat More Than Just The Symptoms

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How Do I Know?

This questionnaire has been designed to determine how your child is sleeping and if sleep issues are affecting their daily life.
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How Our Sleep Treatment Can Help


Frequent Snoring: A Common Sign of Sleep Apnea

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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea, characterized by interrupted breathing during sleep, can impact health throughout one’s life.

Mouth Breathing

Mouth breathing often goes unnoticed, but it can be a less recognized symptom of sleep apnea.


Bedwetting is a symptom that sometimes flies under the radar, yet it can serve as a lesser-known indicator of underlying airway issues.


ADD/ADHD may have connections to sleep apnea and breathing disorders, sometimes leading to misdiagnosis and inappropriate medication treatments.

Allergies and Asthma

Allergies and asthma have potential links to sleep apnea, which can sometimes lead to misdiagnosis and suboptimal treatment strategies.

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Vivos Sleep Apnea

What exactly is the Vivos treatment?

It’s a method using a special oral appliance worn for 12-16 hours, mostly at night, to naturally widen your mouth’s arches and open up your airway for better breathing and sleep. In some cases, Vivos has shown to resolve sleep apnea symptoms.

Can the Vivos treatment cure sleep apnea?

While “cure” is a strong word, Vivos aims to provide a long-term solution by addressing the structural causes of sleep apnea, potentially reducing or eliminating the need for further treatment.

Who is eligible for the Vivos treatment?

The Vivos treatment is suitable for individuals with mild, moderate, and, following recent FDA clearance, even severe sleep apnea.

Can children use the Vivos treatment?

Yes, Vivos can be effective for children with sleep apnea or breathing issues, helping to guide their dental and airway development early on.

How is Vivos different from CPAP or surgery?

Unlike CPAP, which requires nightly use indefinitely, or surgery, which can be invasive, Vivos is a more natural, non-invasive approach aiming for a permanent improvement in airway structure.

How long does the Vivos treatment take?

Typically, it lasts between 12 to 24 months, but the exact duration can vary depending on the individual’s situation.

How often do we wear the device?

For adults about 3-4 hours during the day and while sleeping overnight.

For children about 1-2 hours during the day and while sleeping overnight, these awesome appliances work their magic. They’re like little guides, helping with the natural growth and development of your child’s mouth, jaws, and airways. They do an incredible job of counteracting the negative impacts of modern life on their oral health. It’s all about promoting a healthy future!

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(808) 528-2221 (office)

808-528-1116 (fax)


1060 Young St. Suite 220
Honolulu, HI. 96814

Office Hours

Monday – 8:00 – 5:00
Tuesday – 8:00 – 5:00
Wednesday – 8:00 – 5:00
Thursday – Closed
Friday – 8:00 – 5:00
Saturday – 8:00 – 12:30

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