Financing Your Sleep Apnea Care
Oral Appliance Therapy: An Affordable Option
If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, getting the right care is essential for your health. That’s why Dr. Sage White features convenient payment and financing options to make the process as affordable as possible.
Many of our sleep apnea patients find relief using oral appliance therapy. If you have private health insurance, there’s a good chance they’ll provide coverage for your oral appliance.
Insurance & Financing
Dr. White understands how important it is to get relief for your sleep apnea, so we’ll work with you to find your most affordable payment options. Some or all of the cost of an oral appliance is likely to be covered by your private health insurance.
For your convenience, the Southern Utah Sleep & TMJ Center works with most major insurance providers as well as Veteran affairs. You can call your provider for more details or we’d be happy to look into it for you. We can also file your paperwork.
CareCredit is a great payment option that makes your treatment more affordable. Carecredit offers interest-free plans that can be paid off in 24 months. They also feature low-interest plans with longer repayment periods. It’s easy to apply for the CareCredit card online and you’ll get immediate verification.
To help our patients get the best possible care, we accept the following payment options:
- Major Credit Cards
Making Your Sleep Apnea Treatment Affordable
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that can lead to significant health problems if left untreated. Snoring and sleep apnea can also put a strain on your most intimate relationships.
Finding the right treatment will allow you to live without limitations. It’s time to wake up feeling refreshed and energetic every morning. Call (435) 267-0486 to learn more about our convenient payment options. Or just leave us your contact information at the bottom of the page and we’ll get right back to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my insurance cover sleep apnea treatment?
Sleep apnea treatment, including a sleep study for diagnosis, is often covered under health insurance plans. The details of your coverage may vary, so we recommend verifying your information with your insurance provider before you begin treatment.
Dr. White and our team will work closely with your medical insurance provider to ensure you’re getting the most out of your plan. We work with all forms of medical insurance for your convenience.
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