Breathing Therapy - Central Coast

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Helping You Breathe Easy

Helping You Breathe Easy
Dean O'Rourke — Dental in Lake Heaven, NSW

In addition to providing dental services we also work with Dean O’Rourke – Breathing and Orofacial Therapist- who administers a wide array of breathing therapies. To find out more: click here. These can help in the treatment of an array of conditions that restrict breathing, as well as contributing significantly to overall health and wellbeing.

All treatments are carried out in a safe, relaxed environment, and our staff will ensure you are well informed regarding breathing exercises you can practice at home.

At Dental at Lake Haven, we always put the wellbeing of our patients first. We will spare no effort to accommodate any special requirements you may have, as well as answering any questions you have about our services.

To find out more about our Central Coast breathing therapy services, or arrange a booking, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We also offer orthodontic services, tooth whitening , mouthguards and more.

Dentist Discussing Teeth With Patient — Dental in Lake Haven, NSW

Conditions We Treat

At our Central Coast practice, we are able to provide breathing therapy to help alleviate a broad array of conditions. These include:

Plus, much more.


If you believe that you are dealing with issues that are affecting your breathing and everyday quality of life, don’t hesitate to book an appointment with our team today. Health rebates are available.

Frequently Asked Questions

First and foremost, you should avoid cigarettes and second-hand smoke. Additionally, it is advisable to eat foods rich in antioxidants, maintain healthy exercise habits and improve the air quality within your home.

Typically, the symptoms include loud snoring, feeling tired during the day, sleep deprivation, dryness of the mouth and weight gain. If you believe you have sleep apnoea, it is advised that you book an appointment with your GP as soon as possible.

It is recommended that you breath deeply, through your nose and using your diaphragm, in a relaxed manner. Short, sucking breathing can lead to greater tension as well as constricted blood vessels.