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“My wife and I were particularly impressed because this was a big improvement for this hospital over past years.”
— Denis F., Meadowlands Hospital HCAHPS/3West Patient, March 2017

“Everyone provided superior, outstanding quality service. My husband and I both visited the Same Day Surgery Department and we both agree that the services were great.”
— Najlasia A., Meadowlands Hospital Ambulatory Services Patient, March 2017

“Registration clerk was very efficient and nursing staff was extremely courteous. I was in major pain from a kidney stone. Quick check in, scan, diagnosis and pain relief. Everyone at the Meadowlands Hospital did great.”
— Bob S., Meadowlands Hospital Emergency Room Patient, March 2017



Treating Sleep Apnea With Dental Appliances

On April 7th, 2014, Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center in Secaucus hosted a lecture by Dr. Maria Sokolina, DDS, on Oral Appliance Therapy for the Management of Snoring and the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). According to Dr. Sokolina, patients who are experiencing sleep disorders would wear oral appliances during sleep to maintain potency of upper airways. By doing this, airways would be increased in their dimensions and reduce potential collapsibility. During the lecture, Dr. Sokolina spoke on several topics pertaining to sleep disorders including physiology of snoring and sleep disordered breathing, OSA diagnostic and treatment options. The effects of disrupted sleep on the growth and development of children with specific emphasis on the importance of early orthodontic evaluation and treatment were also discussed.

Dr. Maria Sokolina, DDS is an accomplished dentist who practices the latest techniques in dental sleep medicine and oral appliance therapy. She has completed hundreds of hours of continued education at such renowned institutions such as Tufts University, Dawson Academy, USDI and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Apnea. She is a leading authority on alternative solutions to the CPAP apparatus that is used for OSA.