Although insurance plans vary widely, there are a few general statements that can be made. First, most dental insurance companies do not cover treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Second, if coverage is available for oral appliances, it would come from the medical insurance carrier. Finally, insurance companies generally do not cover treatment for snoring only. However, many medical insurance companies provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep breathing disorders including home sleep testing, continuous pressure airway devices (CPAPs) and oral appliances.
At AZ Sleep and Snoring Center treatment recommendations are based on what we believe to be the best option for improving your sleep and overall health. We work with you to understand the cost of treatment and the impact of insurance to help you make an informed decision.