The Healthy Sleep Center Difference
Offering the pathway to deeper sleep with a custom oral appliance.
We are a professional medical equipment provider
Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a medical diagnosis that requires a prescription from a qualified Sleep Physician. We serve as an extension to your physician or dentist, assisting you through the testing, referral, diagnosis, prescription and insurance processes necessary to obtain your custom oral device.
Thanks to our state-of-the-art iTero Element Intraoral Digital Scanner we can create a digital impression of your teeth.
Because we do not have to use cumbersome physical impressions we are able to produce your oral appliance in roughly half the time (on average in 10 days).
Because we are a medical facility specializing in the creation of durable medical equipment, we are not limited to billing your dental insurance and can bill your medical insurance and accept medicare to get your dental device at a lower cost to you.
As a practice we are focused solely on creating the best custom oral sleep appliance for your individual needs. We don’t offer CPAP solutions.
Our dedicated focus and expertise allows us to excel and sets us apart as experts in the field.
I do have a prescription
Great! Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3!
Bring your prescription with you to your first appointment.
There we will discuss your medical history and take a digital scan of your mouth.
After we have your new custom fitted oral sleep appliance, you come in to try it on.
During this appointment we make any adjustments for maximum comfort, and give you instructions on how to use and care for your oral device.
Wear it at night and experience a great night’s sleep. Its that simple!
I don’t have a prescription
That’s ok! If you are worried that you may have sleep apnea, we can help you get the answers that you need.
Contact us and let us know you think you may have undiagnosed sleep apnea. We will help you find a doctor in your insurance network who can determine if you have obstructive sleep apnea and need a prescription for an oral device
If you don’t have sleep apnea, but are still not sleeping well because of snoring we can still fit you for an oral device, but it may not be covered by insurance.