Sleep Apnea Appliances
Have you been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea(OSA)? If so and if your condition is mild, or if you have been unsuccessful using CPAP, talk to us about oral appliance theapy. You must have been diagnosed by a physician (usually by means of a sleep study) and have them approve this option. The positive effect of oral appliance therapy is usually completely adequate in mild OSA. For moderate or severe cases, CPAP is the "gold standard", but oral appliances can supplement (so lower air pressures are required) or somtimes substitute for CPAP (if the patient can't tolerate CPAP at all).
Please note that we are not a Medicare provider in regard to OSA treatment (or any other).