A Financial Guide for Your
Affordable Sleep Apnea Care Featuring Oral Appliances
Dr. Greenman will recommend the sleep apnea treatment that’s best for you. In many cases, our patients are able to find relief using our small and convenient oral appliances. This effective alternative to CPAP gently treats sleep apnea and snoring by repositioning the jaw to keep the airway open while you sleep.
Insurance & Financing
Dr. Greenman wants all our patients to receive the finest possible sleep apnea care. That’s why our staff is trained to make the most out of your medical benefits and find the best payment option for you.
We’re happy to work with your PPO provider to make the payment process as easy as possible. Feel free to call us if you have any questions regarding your coverage.
We also accept CareCredit, a private lender that offers low-interest and interest-free financing plans to help you pay medical expenses or cover the cost of a deductible. It’s easy to apply for CareCredit online and they feature flexible payment plans to meet your budget.
For your convenience, we accept payment in cash, checks and most major credit cards, including: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.
Sleep Apnea, Your Health, and Costs
Sleep apnea is a serious medical issue. When left untreated, it can result in major medical consequences that will increase your overall costs.
If you’re a heavy snorer and you or your loved ones has noticed possible sleep apnea symptoms such as feeling tired and irritable during the day or the stoppage of breathing accompanied by loud gasping noises while you sleep, it’s essential to seek treatment right away.
Dr. Greenman is an experienced sleep dentist. He’ll make sure you get the right diagnosis and the best possible care.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can sleep apnea go away without treatment?
Unfortunately, sleep apnea is a serious condition that won’t go away on its own. Making certain lifestyle changes may help relieve your symptoms but shouldn’t be considered a long-term solution. Without treatment, sleep apnea can result in detrimental health problems, such as:
- High blood pressure
- Heart attack
- Type 2 diabetes
- Depression or anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Alzheimer’s disease
How do I learn more about sleep apnea?
To learn more about sleep apnea, simply give us a call at (805) 601-8277 or fill out a contact form. We’ll be more than happy to explain common sleep apnea symptoms, how to get a proper diagnosis, your treatment options, and more. If you’d like, we can also schedule a consultation with Dr. Greenman so he can talk in detail about sleep apnea.