FDA cleared to treat sleep apnea and snoring.
Replace Your CPAP
Replace your CPAP with a comfortable appliance.
Work with an ASD credentialed dentist.
Little or No Cost
Bill Medicare and Medical Insurance.
The most comfortable appliances.
3 Easy Steps
To treating Sleep Apnea and replacing your CPAP
ASD finds you a credentialed dentist.
ASD verifies if you have any out of pocket expenses.
Dentist fits you with an FDA cleared appliance for sleep apnea.
Work with Dentist to Treat Your Sleep Apnea
ASD credentialed dentists will fit you with a custom oral appliance for treating sleep apnea replacing your CPAP and will continue to monitor your progress in the future. ASD credentialed dentists are able to bill Medicare and Medical Insurance saving your thousands of dollars. All you pay is your deductible and copay – if any.
Want to Replace your CPAP?
If you are looking to treat your sleep apnea or if you want to replace your CPAP, ASD credentialed dentists will fit you with an FDA cleared appliance to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.
According to the Department of Health, 80% of people prefer an appliance over a CPAP. ASD credentialed dentist will fit you with a custom appliance for sleep apnea.
No air pumps, masks or tubes.
Fits in your pocket and easy to travel.
Treatment Preferred 80% of the time over a CPAP.
Simply advance the bottom jaw and bite.
ASD Credentialed Dentist Bill Your Insurance or Medicare
ASD credentialed dentists are credentialed with Medicare and all major medical insurance companies and are able to bill Medicare and your medical insurance saving you thousands of dollars. All you pay is your deductible and coinsurance – if any.
What is sleep apnea?
When you breathe while sleeping, air enters your mouth and nose and freely passes through the back of your throat into your lungs.
Sleep apnea occurs when the muscles and tissues in the back of your throat relax and collapse your airway while you sleep. As air attempts to pass through this collapsed airway, tissues vibrate and cause you to snore. Sometimes this collapse prohibits airflow so severely that you briefly stop breathing; your body automatically responds and wakes you up, allowing airflow to resume. This pattern of air deprivation and breath resumption is known as sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can cause multiple complications, including: chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, depression, heart attack and more.