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Hi, I am Dr Mark Levi, Australian leader in Craniofacial Dental Sleep Medicine.
I help children who experience challenging behaviour.
The quality of our sleep can have a big impact on children during the day.

Australian Leader in Pediatric Craniofacial Sleep Medicine

At Dr Levi's, we provide medical solutions that are backed by science and research, and trusted by more than 14,000 families. 


My team are passionate about improving the quality of your child’s breathing to maximise emotional, physical and mental growth and development. 


We treat children who experience ADD/ADHD, bedwetting, trouble concentrating, challenging behaviour, snoring, and mouth breathing.

Read more below, watch the video, and book your free phone consultation.

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Australian Leader in Pediatric Craniofacial Sleep Medicine
Australian Leader in Pediatric Craniofacial Sleep Medicine


Pediatric 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

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Does your child, or someone you know struggle with any of these conditions?

  • Bedwetting


  • Chronic Allergies

  • Aggressive Behavior

  • Mouth Breathing

  • Swollen Adenoids & Tonsils

  • Daytime Drowsiness

  • Crooked Teeth

  • Restless Sleep 

  • Nightmares

  • Dark Circles Under the Eyes

  • Snoring

  • Irritability

  • Frequent Headaches

  • Delayed Growth & Development

  • Difficulty in School

  • Trouble Concentrating

They could all be linked to one root cause...

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Airway Comparison

Let's get medical

Only in the last 20 years has research established the connection between certain common childhood 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 child to the next but even mild SDB, i.e. mouth breathing, crooked or crowded teeth, snoring etc. can point to serious underlying health issues and the need for treatment.

How does it work?

After years of research Professor David Singh DMD PhD DDSc, created the Vivos System 12 years ago which has taken the research and science from above and created biomimetic (meaning to mimic nature) oral appliances which have helped more than 14,000 patients in the USA.


The Vivos System consists of multi-disciplinary therapeutic protocols and oral appliances which increase and enhance the airway. 


Dr Levi is working with children who struggle to breathe when they sleep by using this system of biomimetic appliances and therapies. These treatments promote natural growth and development to expand the dental arches and help the upper and lower jaws to grow. As these areas develop more fully, the child’s airway may widen and expand, allowing the child to breathe better and some of these symptoms may disappear. When children can breathe properly, they can grow, learn and blossom into their full potential.


Dr Mark Levi

Craniofacial Dental

Sleep Medicine

We work with many specialists:




Clinic Manager

  • Ear Nose Throat Pediatric

  • Pediatrician Sleep

  • Pediatrician Developmental

  • Pediatrician Behavioural  

  • Psychiatrist

  • Craniosacral Osteopath



Clinical Patient Educator

  • OMT  Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist

  • Nutritionist /Naturopath

  • Allergy Specialist

  • Acupuncture

  • A team of 14 specialists in America

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