Frequently Asked Questions
As a Certified Physician Assistant, John Scully handles key components of the in-patient experience from administrative work to analyzing health history and diagnosis. Dr. Marc Kayem leads all sinuplasty and snoring procedures. While a resident of Los Angeles, Dr. Marc Kayem is available each month for patients.
Many of our patients haven’t received a comprehensive solution that aligns with their needs. Conventional ENT doctors recommend CPAP machines or provide sinus medication and expect patients to live with the inconvenience for life.
At Vegas Sinus and Snoring Center, we listen to our patient symptoms, conduct comprehensive exams and analyze health history. New patients spend around an hour or longer with our practice and multiple check-ups are scheduled after a procedure to confirm results.
Many snoring and sinus symptoms can be caused by or exacerbated by other medications, environmental factors and anatomy. At our practice, we take a holistic approach to understanding and treating the source of sinus and snoring symptoms and sleep apnea.
Please contact our practice to confirm your insurance before your first appointment. Some procedures in our Las Vegas office are considered out of network.
At Vegas Sinus and Snoring Center, we believe in providing the best recommendation to patients regardless of insurance coverage. We can further discuss financing plans for procedures and treatments.
A majority of our patient diagnosis and minimally-invasive surgeries happen within our office.
A few scenarios will need to be conducted at nearby hospitals and medical clinics
- CT Scans for sleep apnea
- Laboratory sleep studies
- Advanced snoring surgeries requiring anesthesia
Vegas Sinus and Snoring Center is currently applying for admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Our goal is to conduct a safe procedure with low risk and a fast recovery.
If you are nervous about an upcoming appointment, we encourage you to schedule pickup and drop-off with a friend or family.
Upon arrival, we can provide low dose anxiety medication. Next, a local anesthetic is applied topically and via injection, targeting the area under procedure. Afterward, patients may experience numbness for the next hour with minimal pain or discomfort.
Vegas Sinus and Snoring Center is located across from Mountain View Hospital where there is a large array of medical offices. We partner with a sleep study clinic along with an audiology group both within minutes from our clinic. However, we do accept all audiograms and sleep studies conducted for patients.
We are also affiliated at all nearby imaging centers and our team can pull digital X rays, CT Scans and other diagnostic results to explain in detail what we are looking at.