The Dental Sleep Apnea Clinic provides treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and primary snoring. Our services focus on oral appliance therapy (OAT), an effective alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), in cases where CPAP is ruled out or not tolerated. Our dentists are board-certified and qualified through the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) to provide treatment in collaboration with patients’ primary care physicians, sleep physicians, and other health care professionals.
If your physician would like to refer you, visit External Referrals.
- Analysis of which appliance will work best for each patient
- Digital workflow to register jaw relationship
- Delivery of OSA appliance and instructions
- Follow-up and adjustment
- Referring back to physician for sleep study
- Collaborating with your physician on continued care
WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT
Contact your physician and have them send or FAX a copy of your Diagnostic Sleep Study and Referral letter before your appointment.
Plan to arrive 15 minutes early.
When you arrive, check-in at the reception desk and, if you have insurance, give your insurance information to the receptionist. Please also bring recent radiographs (x-rays) if you have them, a list of your medications, and results of your sleep study (if any).
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your first visit will include clinical evaluation, health history, and dental history. At this time, the providers will propose a plan of action to address your needs. If appropriate, the providers will also outline a cost estimate of your care at the School of Dentistry.
FEES AND PAYMENT OPTIONS
We accept most medical insurances. Please call for more information.
Sleep apnea services are provided at two locations.
School of Dentistry Prosthodontic Clinic
1011 N University, Room 3376
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: 734-763-3326 | Fax: 734-764-1481Validated Parking Available
Follow signs to Patient/Visitor Parking in the Fletcher Parking Structure.
Go to Directions and Parking for more information.
Community Dental Center Orofacial Pain Clinic
406 North Ashley Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
734-998-6320 (new patients) | 734-936-3940 (existing patients)Free On-site Parking Available