Making Your Care Affordable
With our sleep apnea care, you’ll be able to get restful, healthy sleep every night. Our job is to make your experience as easy and worry-free as possible.
At Mt. Hood Family Dental, Dr. Tiffany Brown wants to see all our patients get the best possible care. That’s why we do everything we can to make your treatment affordable.
As part of your free consultation, someone from our office will help you find your most favorable payment options. We can also give you an estimate for your total out-of-pocket cost at this time.
Easy Payment Options
We work with CareCredit to provide affordable payment options. It can be used to cover your cost of care or to pay a deductible. They feature low-interest and interest-free financing with flexible payment plans. It’s quick and easy to apply for CareCredit online and you’ll get an answer right away.
Dr. Brown accepts additional forms of payment including cash, personal checks, and major credit cards. For patients paying out-of-pocket, we offer an all-inclusive price of $2,800.
Medical Insurance Covers Sleep Apnea Care
Medical insurance almost always includes coverage for sleep apnea care. Even if we’re not in-network with your provider, we can request GAP coverage for all insurance plans. This means we’re able to bill as an in-network provider to decrease your out-of-pocket cost.
Get Relief With Dr. Brown
Dr. Brown is recognized as a Qualified Sleep Dentist by the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. She’ll find the treatment that’s right for you.
We feature practical alternatives to CPAP. In fact, many of our patients get relief using our convenient oral appliances.
Give us a call at (503) 427-9587 to learn more about your payment options. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. We can also schedule a free consultation with Dr. Brown. During your consultation, we can provide an estimate for your total cost of care and plan your treatment calendar.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is oral appliance therapy covered by my insurance?
In most cases, the cost of your sleep apnea treatment is covered or supplemented by medical insurance. However, it’s best to contact your insurance provider to review your coverage.
Our office is trained and experienced to help patients receive the care they deserve. If you’d like, we’d be happy to contact your provider for you to ensure you obtain your maximum benefits at a minimal cost. Give us a call at (503) 427-9587 to get started.
How long does an oral appliance for sleep apnea last?
Generally, an oral appliance used for sleep apnea remains effective for up to two years or until the materials start to weaken. Dr. Brown can better determine when you’ll need a new appliance when you come in for your visits.
If your oral appliance happens to undergo more wear and tear than normal, we’ll likely have to replace it more frequently.
How do I learn more about sleep apnea?
If you have any questions, just give us a call at (503) 427-9587 to speak with one of our friendly team members. We can talk in detail about sleep apnea, how to get a proper diagnosis, and your treatment options.
I think I might have sleep apnea–what do I do?
If you think you or a loved one is living with undiagnosed sleep apnea, it’s crucial to get a formal diagnosis. The only way to find out if you have sleep apnea is by taking a sleep test.
At your consultation, Dr. Brown can refer you to a local sleep specialist who will administer your sleep test. Then we can discuss your treatment options
Can sleep apnea go away without treatment?
Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that won’t go away on its own. Without treatment, it can lead to a number of serious medical issues that impact your overall health. It’s essential to take a sleep test to get the right diagnosis and seek treatment right away.
What happens if I don’t treat my sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that can result in significant and even fatal consequences. More specifically, sleep apnea has been linked to the following medical issues:
- High blood pressure
- GERD (acid reflux disease)
- Decreased libido
- Heart attacks