Click on the button below this timeline to complete a short online quiz to find out if you might be at risk for sleep apnea.
We will have a conversation, provide an evaluation and discuss your options with you. There is no pressure and no obligation.
Be tested for sleep apnea in the comfort of your own bed and avoid the inconvenience of spending the night in a sleep testing lab.
If you're diagnosed with sleep apnea, we will work with you to customize a treatment plan to help you breathe better, sleep better and feel better.
Most medical insurance plans cover oral appliance therapy for treating sleep apnea. Our experienced team will contact your medical insurance carrier on your behalf, gather information about your plan, and then help you understand your coverage. Should you choose to move forward with treatment, we will work with your insurance company to help you obtain the maximum insurance benefits possible.
For any out of pocket costs associated with your oral appliance therapy we offer flexible financing options including low or no interest payment plans. We will clearly explain all of your options and work with you to customize a payment plan that best fits your needs.
Dentistry today, is more than being a tooth technician. A comprehensive oral evaluation can reveal much more than cavities and gum disease. A properly trained doctor can recognize signs and symptoms of life-threatening conditions, like oral cancer and Sleep Breathing Disorders (SBD), Dr Stacy Johnson is that kind of a doctor.
It is estimated that over a billion people worldwide, and 22 million people in the United States, suffer from sleep apnea. Untreated, this condition leads to strokes, diabetes, heart failure and death. In addition to causing numerous deadly auto accidents every year. Unfortunately, 80% of sleep apnea cases go undiagnosed and untreated – Our desire is to see those percentages change.
The current population of the United States is estimated by the Census Bureau to be approximately 325 million people, and presently there are around 7,500 board-certified sleep specialists. This means that the ratio of people to sleep specialists in the United States is more than 43,000:1.