Hi, I am Dr Mark Levi, Sydney based, Australian leader in Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine, and I help adults and children achieve quality sleep.
Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnoea in the past and not been able to resolve the problem?
Have you been prescribed a CPAP machine?
Do you have other symptoms such as ongoing fatigue, headaches or poor memory?
Do you snore or are constantly tired?;
Have back, jaw, or muscle pain;
Have crooked teeth;
Experience mood swings, depression, or anxiety;
Have a decreased sex drive; or
Nasal, sinus, and allergy issues.
Dr Mark Levi and his American colleagues were recently published in the European Sleep Journal. Read more here.
Recently presented research findings at the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine 2022. Read more here.
At Dr Levi's, we provide medical solutions that are backed by science and research and trusted by more than 14,000 families.
Dr Mark Murphy, DDS
Dr Murphy is a sought after global lecturer on Sleep Apnoea and Mandibular Advancement Splints. He is an American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine Diplomate and has practised in the USA for over 35 years.
He is the Lead Faculty for Clinical Education at ProSomnus Sleep Technologies.
Dr Mark Levi
Craniofacial Sleep Medicine
Dr Mark Levi has over 30 years experience as a Dentist, and over 20 years in Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine. He is a member of the Australasian Sleep Association, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and European Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.
As a former sufferer of Sleep Apnoea, Dr Levi understands the problem from all perspectives, and has the technical expertise to provide the best customised and appropriate solution to suit your individual needs.
• Trained in the USA by the world's leading Sleep Experts
• Often seen on national television
• Lectures widely
Let's get medical
Only in the last 20 years has research established the connection between certain common health issues and a single likely root cause – Sleep Disordered Breathing
Sleep Disordered Breathing can be the result of an obstructed airway caused by narrow dental arches and/or an underdeveloped jaw.
The symptoms associated with Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) can vary from one person to the next but even mild SDB, i.e. sleep apnoea, mouth breathing, crooked or crowded teeth, snoring etc. can point to serious underlying health issues and the need for treatment.
How does it work?
Mandibular Advancement Splints are commonly used for the treatment of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and are just one of the many ways to fix Sleep Disordered Breathing.
Dr Mark Levi
We work with many specialists:
Meet our team
Respiratory Sleep Specialist
Ear Nose Throat Specialist
Nutritionist / Naturopath
Clinical Patient Educator
OMT Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist
A team of 14 specialists in America