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Does dental appliance for sleep apnea work?

Yes, a dental appliance that is engineered to move the lower jaw forward helps to open the airway and lessen the effects of obstructive sleep apnea.

How effective are dental appliances for sleep apnea

Although everybody’s response to treatment varies, a typical 30-40% decrease in apneas is frequently seen.

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Are dental appliances for sleep apnea covered by insurance?

The short answer is yes if the following criteria are met. 1, You must have a current sleep study under 5 years old. 2, Your AHI index must be 5 or greater. 3, A sleep physician must diagnose you with obstructive sleep apnea. 4, A CPAP intolerant form must be signed.

How much are dental appliances for sleep apnea?

The price range for a dental sleep appliance varies based on who makes it and the design. On the average between 2 and 4 thousand dollars.