As a dentist who screens her patients for sleep apnea, Dassani tells Click2Houston that most parents are shocked to learn children can suffer from sleep apnea, too.


She advises parents to have their children checked for sleep apnea before putting them on ADHD medication.

“And there’s no such thing as a bad kid. It’s just a kid that’s tired and a kid that hasn’t been able to rest, and we can help them,” Dassani said.