• An oral appliance is a device worn over the teeth while you sleep.  It slightly moves your lower jaw down and forward, which allows you to breathe properly and get the rest you deserve!
  • We do a brief exam before moving forward and will recommend the treatment that will be the most successful for you. We have a 90%+ success rate regardless of whether your treatment is with an oral appliance or a CPAP.
  • Yes, in most cases, we can provide CPAP directly from the office.
  • No, you do not.  Often times, we are even able to send home a sleep test with you the same day as your first appointment!
  • No, you do not need a referral to come in.  You can make an appointment directly with us.
  • Yes, it is covered by medical insurance (not dental) and we are in-network medical providers for most insurances, including Medicare and Tricare.
  • It goes through your health insurance so it depends on your particular plan/policy, but typically it’s the cost of your specialist co-pay.
  • It varies! Because we are in-network providers, it depends on your particular plan and policy. You will know your out-of-pocket estimate at your first visit.
  • No, unfortunately, we are not contracted with Medicaid.

Want to learn more about sleep apnea treatment and Dr. Roubal? Check out his radio interview on KFAB’s Community Matters.

Benefits of Being a Patient at the Advanced Dental Sleep Treatment Center

  • Over 90% treatment success (National average is 52%)
  • In-network provider for most medical insurance companies, including Medicare and Tricare
  • Easy to navigate: we handle all the paperwork for insurance and medical records
  • Practice 100% dedicated to snoring and sleep apnea treatment
  • American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM)  Accredited Facility :  one of only around 35 in the entire nation

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