Sleep Solutions Technology


Our practice uses the Eccovision Acoustic Pharyngometer / Rhinometer system from Sleep Group Solutions to test our patients’ nasal and oral airways. The device sends sound waves into the airway and the reflected sound waves are measured by the machine to tell us how big the airway is.

The Rhinometer measures the nasal airway and the Pharyngometer measures the oral airway. Both systems are FDA-cleared and a highly effective way for us to identify the site and severity of airway collapse as they relate to snoring and sleep-related breathing problems.


In order to be diagnosed with sleep apnea, an overnight sleep test is required. Historically, this meant the patient would have to go visit a sleep lab or sleep center for an overnight study in their facility. This was an inconvenient and costly procedure that most people would prefer to avoid.

Our practice uses the ARES system, which patients can take home and wear in the comfort of their own home and bed while being tested. The device is as easy to wear as a baseball cap and it records detailed information about sleep quality and any sleep-related breathing events that may occur.

The data is uploaded from the machine to our physician colleagues who provide medical interpretation and diagnosis.