Who We Are
The Advanced Dental Sleep Treatment Center is Nebraska’s leading institution for sleep dentistry. We believe that sleep apnea is not only one of the most underdiagnosed conditions in America, it’s one of the most serious. Our mission is to reach every person with sleep apnea and help them find the best sleep apnea treatment for them. We achieve our mission by helping people get their sleep apnea diagnosed, educating them about their treatment options, and providing oral appliance therapy.
MEET DR. ROUBAL
OMAHA SLEEP APNEA & SNORING DENTIST, DR. ROGER ROUBAL
Dr. Roger Roubal is a trusted provider of Sleep Apnea Treatment in Omaha, Nebraska with more continued education, years of experience, and state of the art computer equipment than any other dental professional in the region. Dr. Roubal has over 3,000 hours of continued education with over 500 of those hours focused on the study of sleep.
We participate in network with most medical insurance plans, additionally we are an in-network Medicare provider for patients. Our practice is limited to snoring and sleep apnea treatment only. We don’t perform other dental procedures.
Our advanced techniques and extensive experience results in our patients enjoying over a 90% success rate in our treatment. Call our Omaha office at (402) 493-4175 today.
ARE YOU AT RISK FOR SLEEP APNEA?
Find out in five minutes or less with our Sleep Assessment Quiz. This scientifically validated screening tool is used every day in hospitals from coast to coast.
HEALTHY SLEEP BLOG
Many people who try CPAP for have difficulty adapting to the treatment. These people may spend months working with their sleep doctor to try to make work for them, and for many people CPAP will never work. Oral appliances are a ...
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“Even though Dr. Roubal and Dr. Brigden have advanced training and credentialing from the major Dental Sleep Medicine Boards, the American Dental Association does not recognize Dental Sleep Medicine as a specialty at this time.”