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Getting Your Sleep Appliance

Getting Your Sleep Appliance

Thinking of starting sleep apnea treatment with a Whole You Sleep Appliance? There are four easy steps to get your own customized Sleep Appliance.

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Step 1

Consultation

It starts with seeing a dental sleep professional, usually dentist, for consultation. It is recommended that you attend the consultation together with your partner or family member as they are the most aware of your sleeping behavior.

If you don't know any dental sleep professionals, contact us so we can introduce you to one near by. 

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Step 2

Sleep Test

After the consultation, you may be referred to a sleep physician to take a sleep test.

Depending on the result of your sleep test, the sleep physician will make a diagnosis on whether or not you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), and if you are a candidate for treatment with Oral Appliances.

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Step 3

Appliance Selection

You will be refered back to your dentist to start OSA treatment with an Oral Appliance (OA). The dentist will select the optimal oral appliance based on your condition and needs.

Your impression will be taken by the dentist, and it will take approximately 3 weeks before the OA is completed.

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Final Step

Fitting

Next time you visit your dentist, your OA will be ready for final adjustments. This step will be helpful to ensure the fit and comfort of the OA before passing it on to you.

After fitting, you will be able to bring your OA home to have a good night’s sleep.

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Follow up

Regular follow up care is key to successful treatment. Your dentist can continue to help adjust your oral appliance to improve its wearing comfort and treatment result.

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Medical Insurance

Most medical insurance covers Oral Appliances. Talk to your sleep dentist if your insurance covers Whole You Sleep Appliances.

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Find a Whole You Sleep Appliance Provider Near You

Whole You works with dentists across the US who are experienced in managing treatment and medical insurance billing, particularly for sleep apnea patients. Get started by calling our toll free number at 1-800 NEW MORNING or use our contact form below.

About Sleep Apnea

Understand sleep apnea and clear up the common misconceptions you may have.

Solution and Benefits

Learn our solution to sleep apnea and the benefits of Whole You Sleep Appliances.

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