TREATING SLEEP APNEA & SNORING

Is your spouse’s sleep suffering because of your snoring?

Finally a CPAP Alternative that is Permanent

 

Epigenetic appliance therapy is the only non-surgical option that corrects the source of your sleep apnea or snoring.

Bonita Springs dentist, Dr. Gene Steele and Dr. Fred Eck, provides treatment for sleep apnea and snoring using oral appliances, laser, and other non surgical alternatives to CPAP.

At Sleep Treatment Direct, we are in-network with Medicare, and are able to file in-network with most insurance companies.

Our precision oral appliances have success rates better than inspire sleep implant and equal to or greater than CPAP

Let Us Show You Your Airway

Sample Patient Showing the Improvement in Airway from 8.95mm to 18.47mm

Permanent Non-Surgical Correction of Nasal Airway & Sinus Problems

Sleep Apnea – Your Health Risks Go Far Beyond A Good Night’s Sleep!

Sleep apnea is one of the most common under-diagnosed problems in medicine.  While some seek treatment, many choose to ignore the symptoms.  Unfortunately, it is not just the person with sleep apnea that suffers.  Sleep apnea is a major cause of driving fatalities, relationship issues, lost productivity, health problems and loss of enjoyment of life.  Fortunately, advances in medicine and technology have made treating sleep apnea easier and more affordable than ever.

If you think you or a loved one are suffering from a sleep disorder, we invite you for a complimentary consultation.  At your consultation we will discuss:

  • Why ignoring sleep apnea symptoms can affect you in more ways than losing a good night’s sleep.
  • The consequences of not treating your sleep apnea – driving fatalities, relationship issues, chronic health problems, reduces life expectancy, male impotence, dementia, weight gain and more.
  • The three types of Sleep Apnea and how to identify what type you have.
  • Breakthroughs in treating sleep apnea that produce immediate and permanent results.
  • How treating sleep apnea can improve your health, relationships, confidence, energy, work, treat your erectile dysfunction without weekly or monthly injections, and more.
  • There are over 100 oral sleep appliances.  Learn which ones work.
  • 90% of those institutionalized for dementia and 83% of those with AFIB have sleep apnea.
  • How do I know if I have Sleep Apnea?

Learn how you may be able to get rid of your CPAP or sleep appliance permanently.

Common Questions:

 

What does a sleep test cost?
There is no one price for sleep test. There are many options and they vary in price, with medical insurance they can be free

Does insurance cover any my sleep treatment?
Medical insurance can cover treatment but dental insurance does not cover sleep treatment.

What does a consult cost?
The initial consultation and 3D images of the airway are free. If you require any other diagnostics you will be informed of any out of pocket costs before they are done or referred out for.

Can I do at home sleep test or do I have to go to an overnight lab?
Most patients do at home sleep test. Very few patients need in lab sleep tests. Usually in lab tests are only for a few specific medical conditions. Even severe sleep apnea cases can use at home tests.

Schedule your FREE 3-D Image of your Airway

Insurance Approved!

Medicare Approved

We are the only office in Lee and Collier counties that provides oral appliance therapy, laser therapy, and other CPAP alternatives that takes medical insurance on assignment and are in network with Medicare.

There are many solutions that do not require surgery or wearing a C-Pap

Radiofrequency/Laser treatments to eliminate snoring

Mandibular advancement appliances

Epigenetic dental appliance is a non-surgical correction and improvement of the airway. The only treatment that addresses the source of the problem!

Your snoring can be causing:

 

•  Tiredness During the Day

•  Erectile Dysfunction

•  Weight Gain

•  Dementia

Schedule your appointment today to find out how our

CPAP Alternatives can help you!

(239) 676-3963

Steps to Treating Your Snoring or Sleep Apnea