5 Steps to treating Sleep Apnea / Snoring

 

American Sleep Association will ship you the FDA cleared oral appliance and will bill Medicare or your insurance company.

 

American Sleep Association mails you an impression kit where you take an impression of your uper and lower teeth. (If your provider will not insure the oral appliance, we will notify you in writing before proceeding.)

After taking an impression of your upper and lower teeth, you mail your impressions in the preaddressed envelope to our labs.

Upon receiving your oral appliance, you wear the oral appliance at night to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.You will sleep better with an oral appliance that is quiet and comfortable and that has been FDA cleared to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.

 

 

Verify If Your Provider Will Cover the Cost of the Oral Appliance

Medicare and insurance companies require that you have a sleep study and have sleep apnea in order for them to cover the cost of the oral appliance. Answer the questions below to see if your provider will cover the cost of the oral appliance.



 

Have you had a sleep study test performed?

Yes

No 

 

Who is your health care provider?

Medicare

Private Insurance

None

 

Do you want an oral appliance or an oral appliance and a CPAP?

Oral Appliance

Oral Appliance & CPAP

 

Does your teeth or mouth have any of the following?

 

(this is used to determine how to make your oral appliance)

 

Missing Teeth

 

Crown

 

Bridges

 

Unfilled Cavity

 

Permanent Retainer

 

Implants

 

Tori (bump on roof of mouth)

 

Abnormally small or large mouth

 

Overbite, Under bite, Cross Bite or Open Bite