Frequently Asked Questions
Wearing the ProSomnus device (like a mouthguard for your upper and lower jaw) holds your lower jaw gently forward and opens the airway in the back of your throat. This makes it less likely that the air rippling through the partially closed airway causes snoring and your breathing flows more easily. Most snorers have sleep apnea, but a few do not. This treatment is very effective for both sleep apnea and snoring.
ProSomnus Therapy is the latest advancement in sleep technology and is as effective, more comfortable and preferred over CPAP for many patients.
ProSomnus Therapy is ideal if you just can’t get comfortable with your CPAP, want to travel easily, or just don’t want to sleep with your face mostly covered.
Get the rest—and oxygen—your body needs with the precisely-designed ProSomnus Sleep and Snore Device. Created for both strength and comfort, this device is nearly unbreakable, yet has a profile so slim that you may forget you’re even wearing it.
The good news is these retainer-like devices only need to be worn when you sleep. Most designs are easy to still speak and drink water if you should get up at night.
Almost every medical insurance company covers Oral Appliance Therapy for mild, moderate and severe sleep apnea. Fees can vary but medical insurance companies set reimbursement levels for in network fees. Even the testing is covered.
By accepting your medical insurance and flexible payment plans, we make treating your sleep apnea and snoring affordable. With no hoses, masks, filters, or cleaning supplies required; ProSomnus Therapy has lower long-term costs versus CPAP.
Medicare does cover Oral Appliance Therapy for treating sleep apnea and snoring. Certain device styles may be required. Please consult your dental provider for more information.
Oral Appliance Therapy is approved for Veteran’s benefits and coverages. Check with your local outpatient facility for more information.
Preparing For My Appointment
Bring your insurance information, drivers license, a copy of your sleep test, your physician’s prescription, and be prepared to experience better sleep.
Usually done at home in your own bed, a sleep test gathers various data and metrics while you sleep at night so your physician can diagnose whether or not you have sleep apnea. Sleep tests are easy, comfortable and take only one or two nights. The data provided will help the physician assess whether or not you have sleep apnea.
Most dental providers will meet with you to evaluate your needs and coverage without any costs.
Life With ProSomnus
ProSomnus Sleep and Snore Devices are custom fitted to your own mouth, they are very comfortable and make sleeping easier.
Yes, almost all patients report their snoring is alleviated while being treated for sleep apnea. If you do not have sleep apnea as determined by a sleep study, the physician can provide options for treating your snoring.
Unlike CPAP, there are no hoses, masks, filters, or special cleaning agents needed. ProSomnus Sleep and Snore Devices can be cleaned with mild soap and water.
Ready, Set, SLEEP.