How Much Is a Snoring Appliance?

Posted .

Sleep Apnea Northern Virginia

In the past, women and men struggling with obstructive sleep apnea and snoring had limited options.

Fortunately, oral appliance therapy provides a comfortable, convenient, and non-CPAP solution.

But before making the decision to try oral appliance therapy, you may be curious about treatment cost and want to know: How much is a snoring appliance?

Continue reading to learn all about oral appliance therapy, including the cost, benefits, and process.

What Is Oral Appliance Therapy?

Oral appliance therapy offers patients a non-CPAP alternative for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring.

It is customized to each patient through digital or physical impressions and worn only at night.

How Does an Oral Appliance Work?

By supporting the jaw in a forward position, an oral appliance keeps the upper airway open to reduce the symptoms of OSA and snoring.

How Much is a Snoring Appliance?

An increasing number of women and men looking to improve their quality of sleep are turning to oral appliance therapy.

However, prior to treatment, they often want to know: How much is a snoring appliance?

While the exact cost of an oral appliance can vary depending on a number of factors, it typically ranges from $2000 to $3000.

Most insurance companies provide coverage for snoring appliances if the patient has an OSA diagnosis or cannot tolerate CPAP.

What Are the Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy?

In addition to asking – How much is a snoring appliance? – patients usually inquire about the treatment’s unique advantages.

At your initial consultation, your dentist will conduct a thorough evaluation, determine if you are a good candidate for oral appliance therapy, and explain the process. 

He will also inform you of treatment benefits. Many people prefer snoring appliances to other modalities because they are:

  • Easy to wear
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to clean and take care of 
  • Quiet
  • Portable and convenient for travel

Considering a Snoring Appliance?

For additional information about oral appliance therapy, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented dental providers.