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Simple Sleep Services, LLC, Sleep Disorders  Sleep Apnea, Dallas, TX

FAQ’s

Is the Simple Sleep Solution™ guaranteed to work?

When used as directed and correctly adjusted, the custom built and fitted oral appliance provided by Simple Sleep Services greatly reduces or completely eliminates snoring in almost every instance. When used to treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea or cases of severe obstructive sleep apnea in the instances of CPAP refusal or intolerance, the Simple Sleep Services oral appliance effectively treats apnea in the majority of patients. Candidates for oral appliance therapy are carefully screened and selected by our medical and dental professionals. Every effort is made to ensure that patients receive the most appropriate therapy for their individual condition and circumstances. Some patients will not be good candidates for custom appliance therapy and other treatments may be recommended.
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Does it hurt?

The Simple Sleep System should not hurt and is fully reversible. In the first few days of wearing the Simple Sleep System some patients experience minor jaw pain. This is temporary and should subside within a few days.
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Does Insurance cover the costs?

Yes, in many instances insurance will pay for our services, especially if you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea. Diagnosis (if necessary) is also generally covered by insurance. We also offer 12 months 0% flexible financing with low monthly payment plans, and we accept a variety of payment options including health savings accounts and flex-spending accounts.
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How much does it cost?

Please call Simple Sleep Services at (469) 685-1700 today to discuss the details of your individual diagnostic and treatment plan as well as insurance benefits.

Is the Simple Sleep System the same thing as other devices sold directly to the public through television or internet?

Absolutely not. The ““mouthpieces”” sold directly to the public are off the shelf over the counter products that are not FDA cleared Class II medical devices and they do not treat sleep apnea. These mouthpieces are not custom made for individual patients, have no or limited adjustability, are generally less comfortable and may even be harmful to by causing jaw pain or TMJ. Additionally, unlike the Simple Sleep Services protocol, these mouthpieces are sold without any medical diagnosis or oversight. There is significant danger in treating a patient’’s snoring without assessing the possibility of more serious underlying medical issues.
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How do I know if I have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

It can be tough to identify sleep apnea on your own, since the most prominent symptoms only occur when you’’re asleep. By contacting Simple Sleep Services at (469) 685-1700 today we can arrange an easy, inexpensive and effective Home Sleep Test through Comprehensive Sleep Medicine which can be performed in the comfort of your own bed. Click Here to start your journey toward a better night’’s sleep.

What is Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a condition that affects the way you breathe when you’’re sleeping. In untreated sleep apnea, breathing is briefly interrupted or becomes very shallow during sleep. These episodes typically last between 10 to 20 seconds and can occur up to hundreds of times a night.

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If I snore do I have sleep apnea?

Frequent, loud snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea, a common and potentially serious disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts as you sleep. Not everyone who snores has sleep apnea, and not everyone who has sleep apnea snores. The biggest indication is how you feel during the day. Normal snoring doesn’’t interfere with the quality of your sleep as much as sleep apnea does, so you’’re less likely to suffer from extreme fatigue and sleepiness during the day if you have simple snoring as opposed to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). If you are a frequent loud snorer, then you are at risk for OSA and should be tested.
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