Steps to Eliminating Sleep Apnea & Snoring Without a CPAP

  • Step 1

    ASA mails you an impression kit.

  • Step 2

    You mail impressions to ASA.

  • Step 3

    ASA board certified dentists will fabricate
    you an oral appliance.

  • Step 4

    Wear mouthpiece at night to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea and snoring.

  • Step 5

    ASA bills your medical insurance or Medicare. Shipping is free so you pay only your deductible.

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American Sleep Association bills your insurance or Medicare so
All you have to do is sleep better.

Our doctors and dentist are preferred providers for all major insurance companies and Medicare. Simply provide us with your information and we will take care of the rest.

If you went to your dentist, they would have to bill you directly. Because American Sleep Association Oral Appliances are FDA cleared and American Sleep Association is accredited, we are able to bill your medical insurance company or Medicare. Shipping is free so you pay only your deductible.

Cause of Sleep Apnea

Normal Breathing
Sleep Apnea

Normal Breathing

When you breathe while sleeping, air enters your mouth and nose and freely passes through the back of your throat into your lungs.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea occurs when the muscles and tissues in the back of your throat relax and collapse your airway while you sleep. As air attempts to pass through this collapsed airway, tissues vibrate and cause you to snore. Sometimes this collapse prohibits airflow so severely that you briefly stop breathing; your body automatically responds and wakes you up, allowing airflow to resume. This pattern of air deprivation and breath resumption is known as sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can cause multiple complications, including: chronic fatigue, high blood pressure, depression, heart attack and more.

Solutions to Sleep Apnea

There are only 2 products that are FDA cleared to eliminate or reduce
sleep apnea: an oral appliance or a CPAP. Both the oral appliance and CPAP eliminate or
reduce sleep apnea by opening the blocked airway in the back of your throat.

CPAP

A CPAP opens the blocked airway by forcing air down your throat through a mask. Consequently your airway remains open, thus eliminating or reducing sleep apnea.

Sleep with CPAP
Oral Appliance

An oral appliance sustains the position of the bottom jaw forward, preventing muscle collapse. Consequently the airway is sustained open, eliminating or reducing sleep apnea.

Sleep with Oral Appliance

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Try the Oral Appliance and CPAP

American Sleep Association provides more solutions and options to conquer sleep apnea than any other medical supply company. American Sleep Association provides you with both a CPAP and oral appliance. Try the CPAP for 30 days. If you do not like the CPAP, American Sleep Association will fabricate you an oral appliance. Simply keep the product that you prefer and American Sleep Association will only bill Medicare or your medical insurance company for the product that you keep. You can “rest” assured that you've tried the best products on the market and have made an informed decision.

Oral Appliance

Oral Appliance:

  • FDA cleared to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.
  • Extremely comfortable and quiet.
  • Preferred over CPAPs 80% of the time.
  • Easy to travel with.
  • Free Shipping. You pay only your deductible.

With American Sleep Association:

  • You can decide which product provides you with the best night's rest.
  • You are not forced to choose the CPAP alone.
  • After 30 days, you keep either the CPAP or oral appliance and ASA will bill your insurance for the equipment that you keep.
CPAP

CPAP

  • Automatically adjusts to your sleep habits.
  • lAutomatically detects if there is a leak.
  • Smallest CPAP on the market.
  • Quietest CPAP on market.
  • Humidifies the air.
  • Free Shipping. You pay only your deductible.

Already have a CPAP?

If you already have a CPAP but would like to try an oral appliance, American Sleep Association will send you one so you can verify what results in a better night's rest: the oral appliance or your
existing CPAP.

This oral appliance is a great
choice if . . .

  • The CPAP is uncomfortable or makes you feel claustrophobic.
  • You travel frequently.
  • You have a loved one who is disturbed by the sound of the CPAP.

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American Sleep Association will provide you an FDA cleared oral appliance designed to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea. The oral appliance is worn while you sleep to sustain the forward position of your bottom jaw while your airway remains open; allowing air to flow into your lungs. Because American Sleep Association oral appliance is FDA cleared, American Sleep Association is able to bill your medical insurance or Medicare. Other important features that set an oral appliance apart from a CPAP are:

  • Clinically Proven to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.
  • FDA Cleared to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.
  • Preferred Treatment Preferred 80% of the time over CPAPs.
  • Quiet and easy to use.
  • Portable and easy to travel with.
  • Comfortable Made out of soft plastic.
  • Easily adjusted.

Auto Adjusting CPAP

American Sleep Association provides CPAPs that utilize the latest technology to ensure you get the most out of your rest. The device forces air through a mask worn while you sleep; pressure from the CPAP air maintains your airway open. Many factors can affect ideal pressure: weight fluctuations, drinking and even sleeping positions. For this reason, American Sleep Association only provides CPAPs that automatically adjust pressure based on your sleeping habits. Other important features that set our CPAPs apart from other CPAPs are:

CPAP
  • Video

    Automatic Pressure Setting

  • Video

    Compact Size and Portability

  • Video

    Integrated Humidifier

  • Video

    30% Quieter Motor

  • Video

    State of the Art Design

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4 Steps to Fabricating your Oral Appliance

American Sleep Association will construct your oral appliance in 4 easy steps

  • Step1

    American Sleep Association sends you an impression kit.

  • Step2

    With impression kit an impression of your upper and lower teeth.

  • Step3

    These impressions are then mailed back to ASA who constructs your custom oral appliance.

  • Begin using your oral appliance and get ready for more restful, restorative sleep!

Adjustable Oral Appliance

American Sleep Association's oral appliance allows you to readjust the position of your lower jaw. Bringing the lower jaw further forward, opens the back of your throat reducing the symptoms of sleep apnea and snoring. By adjusting the lower jaw further back, makes the oral appliance more comfortable to wear. Balancing effecitveness and comfort will eliminate or reduce sleep apnea and snoring.

You simply readjust your oral appliance in 3 steps.

  • Step1

    Disengage the American Sleep Association's patent fastening system by peeling the lower tray from the upper tray.

  • Step2

    Put the upper and lower trays in your mouth.

  • Step3

    Reposition the lower jaw forward a 1/4 inch.

  • Bite down. The American Sleep Association oral appliance is now readjusted to your liking.

    By wearing the American Sleep Association's oral appliance at night eliminates or reduces snoring and sleep apnea

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Sleep Study Test administered in the comfort of your own home

If you do not already have a sleep study, you can perform the test in the comfort of your own home. This sleep study equipment from American Sleep Association is accompanied by a video that shows the simple process of connecting the equipment. In just 5 easy steps, you will be able to connect the sleep test equipment and provide the needed data so American Sleep Association's doctors can verify your condition.

  • Step1

    Strap the belt around your chest with the blue box attached.

  • Step2

    Insert the nose tube into your nose.

  • Step3

    Connect the finger monitor.

  • Step4

    Press the start button on the blue box and fall asleep.

  • Step5

    When you wake up, press the stop button and mail back to American Sleep Association. You are now done

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Video

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Steps to Eliminating Sleep Apnea / Snoring

Depending on if you have a Sleep Study or if you need a Sleep Study will determine the steps American Sleep Association will take in providing you an FDA cleared oral appliance to reduce or eliminate sleep apnea and snoring. Read below to see the steps you will take.

Have Sleep Study

Step 1

Step 1

American Sleep Association mails you an impression kit and instructions for taking an impression of your upper and lower teeth.

Step 2

Step 1

After taking an impression of your upper and lower teeth, you mail your impressions in the preaddressed envelope to our labs...

Step 3

Step 1

Upon receipt of your impressions, our dentists then fabricate a custom, FDA cleared oral appliance proven to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.

Step 4

Step 1

Upon receiving your oral appliance, you wear the oral appliance at night to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.You will sleep better with an oral appliance that is quiet and comfortable and that has been FDA cleared to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea.

Step 5

Step 1

American Sleep Association bills your medical insurance or Medicare for the oral appliance. Shipping is free so you pay only your deductible.

Not Have Sleep Study

Step 1

Step 1

You visit your physician and he orders a sleep study and oral appliance.

Step 2

Step 2

American Sleep Association mails you a home sleep test with instructions on how to perform the test in the comfort of your own home. You mail the completed test back to ASA in an included prepaid envelope. (Click here to view a video to see how comfortable and easy the sleep test is.)

Step 3

Step 3

American Sleep Association then mails you an impression kit and instructions for taking an impression of your upper and lower teeth. Mail the completed impressions back to ASA in the included prepaid box.

Step 4

Step 4

Upon receipt of your impressions and sleep study, Board certified doctors review the information and verify that you have sleep apnea. Our dentists than fabricate a custom, FDA cleared oral appliance for sleep apnea and snoring.

Step 5

Step 5

ASA will send you your oral appliance and a CPAP (if one has been requested by your doctor). This way, you may try both the oral appliance and the CPAP machine to see what works best for you. (Click here to watch a video on the Automatic adjusting CPAP machine.)

Step 6

Step 6

American Sleep Association bills your medical insurance or Medicare for the CPAP or oral appliance, depending on which one you decide to keep. Shipping is free so you pay only your deductible.

HQAA ACCREDITED

American Sleep Association
is an Accredited DME Supplier

American Sleep Association is an accredited Durable Medical Equipment provider. To become accredited, ASA had to comply with over 400 pages of Medicare's strictest standards. HQAA performs unannounced visits to our facility to ensure that ASA is in compliance with Medicare's and HIPPA's strict standards.

What does accreditation mean for you and your patients?

  • ASA is able to bill medical insurance or Medicare for an oral appliance. Shipping is free so you pay only your deductible (because dentists are not accredited DME suppliers, you would pay $2,000+ for the oral appliance).
  • ASA is governed by strict Medicare standards and is verified periodically by HQAA.
  • ASA is licensed and bonded. If anything should go wrong, we are covered by insurance.
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American Sleep Association Oral Appliance is FDA Cleared

For American Sleep Association to get their oral appliance FDA cleared, ASA had to:

  • Provide extensive studies and clinical trials that demonstrated that our oral appliance eliminates sleep apnea and snoring. The FDA cleared American Sleep Association's oral appliance to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea and snoring.
  • Provide and follow extensive quality control procedures that demonstrate that our oral appliance is made according to strict procedures and is of the highest quality.
  • Provide lab tests that demonstrate that all materials used in the oral appliance are safe for the patient.
  • Provide an extensive risk analysis that demonstrates that our oral appliances are extremely safe for the patient.
  • Plus other extensive measures.

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U.S. Department of Health found oral appliances
eliminate or reduce sleep apnea

Department of Health and Human Services

In 127 studies analyzing 3,027 patients, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services found that:

  • 97% of patients who used the oral appliance considered it effective in eliminating or reducing sleep apnea and snoring. Click to see study!
  • 75% of patients who used the oral appliance reduced sleep apnea by more than 50%. Click to see study!
  • 58% of patients who used the oral appliance eliminated sleep apnea. Click to see study!
  • 70% of patients who used the oral appliance and 70% of their bed partners reported improvements in snoring. Click to see study!
  • 91% of these bed partners reported they slept better when their partner wore the oral appliance. Click to see study!
  • 100% of patients who used the oral appliance reported improvement in daytime functions. Click to see study!
  • 75% of patients who used the oral appliance were more alert. Click to see study!
  • 75% of patients who used the oral appliance experienced a reduction in sleepiness. Click to see study!
  • Patients who used the oral appliance noticed a reductions in blood pressure from 132.0/82.1 to 7.5 / 79.2 mmHg. Click to see study!
  • Patients who used the oral appliance reduced sleep apnea symptoms by 60% (31 AHI to 14 AHI). Click to see study!
  • 80% of users preferred the oral appliance over the CPAP. Click to see study!

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Increase your health risk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that snoring and Sleep Apnea may cause:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Diabetes
  • Premature Death
  • Increase in Blood Sugar
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Hypertension
  • Stroke
  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • Irregular Heart Beats
  • Obesity
  • Excess Body Weight
  • Lack of Brain Development
  • Depressions
  • Lack of Sleep
  • Sleepiness
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What is oral appliance therapy for
obstructive health risk

Oral appliance therapy (OAT) for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a way of mechanically expanding the upper airway so that it resists collapse when you sleep.

There are two kinds of oral appliances, but both involve moving the tongue. One type, the tongue retaining device (TRD), works by enveloping the tongue in a soft plastic cavity and holding it in place by suction. The TRD is shaped to fit on the teeth sort of like a mouth guard, in such a way as to position the tongue forward off the back of the throat. The other type, the mandibular advancing appliance (MAA), is a device that fits over the upper and lower teeth. The upper teeth serve as an anchor, and the part of the device on the lower teeth can be advanced so that the lower jaw, the mandible, is moved forward. Because the tongue is attached to the point of the lower jaw, moving it forward moves the tongue off the back of the throat and increases the size of the upper airway.

Of the two kinds of oral appliance, the MAA is much more widely used, and most of the research on OAT involves this type of appliance. Research suggests that the appliances that are custom fitted to a patient's teeth work the best, and this fitting is usually done by a dentist knowledgeable about MAA treatment of OSA. The adjustable appliances allow the advancement of the mandible to be titrated to maximize the treatment efficacy possible in any individual patient. In a sense the upper airway is a tube in a container of soft tissue in a bony box. The MAA enlarges the box, reducing the amount of collapsing pressure the tissue exerts on the airway.

MAA therapy can works even it those with quite severe PSA. Although it does not reduce the frequency of obstructive events - the apnea/hypopnea index (AHI) - as dramatically as continuous positive airway pressure, it reduces the AHI by over 50% in about 60% to 70% of patients in whom it is used, and lowers the AHI to less than 10% in about half. It is more likely to be successful in younger patients, those with less obesity, and those who have most of their obstructive breathing when they are sleeping on their backs.

Not everyone can use a MAA. For one thing, you have to have teeth. Some folks have jaw pain that prevents use. There are side effects such as changes in one's bite and excessive salivation. However most patients who have tried both CPAP and OAT prefer the later, and appear much more likely to use it properly.

FOX NEWS

Sleep Apnea a Killer for Men
Over the Age of 40

Severe breathing disorders during sleep, such as sleep apnea, can kill, a study in more than 6,000 people shows.

Men 40 to 70 years old with severe sleep-disordered breathing were twice as likely to die over an eight-year period as their peers without the condition, Dr. Naresh Punjabi and his colleagues at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore found.

Sleep-disordered breathing is characterized by the collapse of the upper airway during sleep leading to numerous, brief interruptions of breathing known as sleep apnea. The disorder is associated with high blood pressure and heart disease, Punjabi and his team note in the journal PLoS Medicine.

About one in four men and one in ten women have sleep-disordered breathing, but the condition goes undiagnosed in 70% of patients, Punjabi noted in an email to Reuters Health.

In the Sleep Heart Health Study, Punjabi and colleagues assessed nighttime breathing, sleep patterns and blood oxygen levels of 6,441 men and women aged 40 and older at the study's outset who were not initially receiving treatment for sleep apnea.

During follow-up, which averaged 8.2 years, 1,047 people died.

People with severe sleep-disordered breathing, the researchers found, were nearly 1.5 times more likely to die during follow up than those without sleep-disordered breathing, even after controlling for age, race, body weight, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and smoking status.

The risk was especially great for men 40 to 70 years old, who were roughly two times more likely to die during follow up if they had severe sleep-disordered breathing. While sleep-disordered breathing also increased men's risk of death from cardiovascular disease, it didn't affect women's likelihood of dying from heart disease.

“The relation between sleep apnea and higher risk of death seems to be from the repeated decreases in oxygen levels during sleep,” Punjabi said. “Low oxygen levels during sleep can trigger a cascade of events...which can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.”

The current standard treatment for sleep apnea is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), in which a person wears an oxygen mask during sleep to help push air into the lungs. But 30 percent to 40 percent of patients can't tolerate CPAP, according to Punjabi. For these patients devices worn in the mouth or even surgery are options, he added, but aren't always effective, and surgery can be risky.

Weight loss is likely the best option, Punjabi added, because it usually leads to improvement of sleep apnea symptoms and in some cases a complete cure.

He and his colleagues are now planning to investigate sleep apnea and mortality in women, because the current study included too few women with severe sleep disordered breathing and too few deaths among women to draw definitive conclusions.

They conclude their report by calling for clinical trials to investigate whether treating sleep apnea will reduce mortality.

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Treatments and drugs for
Sleep Apnea

For milder cases of obstructive sleep apnea, your doctor may recommend lifestyle changes, such as losing weight or quitting smoking. If these measures don't improve your signs and symptoms or if your apnea is moderate to severe, a number of other treatments are available. Certain devices can help open up a blocked airway. In other cases, surgery may be necessary.

Therapies

  • Positive airway pressure. If you have moderate to severe sleep apnea, you may benefit from a machine that delivers air pressure through a mask placed over your nose while you sleep. The most common type is called continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP (SEE-pap). With this treatment, the pressure of the air breathed is continuous and somewhat greater than that of the surrounding air, which is just enough to keep your upper airway passages open. This prevents apnea and snoring.

Although CPAP is the most consistently successful and most commonly used method of treating sleep apnea, some people find it cumbersome and uncomfortable. With some practice, most people learn to adjust the mask to obtain a comfortable and secure fit. You may need to try different types to find a suitable mask. If you're having particular difficulties tolerating pressure, there are machines that have special adaptive pressure functions to improve comfort. Some people also benefit from using a humidifier along with their CPAP system.

Don't stop using the CPAP machine if you experience problems. Check with your doctor to see what adjustments you can make to improve its comfort. In addition, contact your doctor if you still snore despite treatment or begin snoring again. If your weight changes, your doctor may need to adjust the pressure settings.

  • Mouthpiece (oral device). Another option is wearing a mouthpiece designed to keep your throat open. While positive airway pressure is nearly always an effective treatment, oral appliances are a successful alternative for some patients. Some are designed to open your throat by bringing your jaw forward, which can sometimes relieve snoring and mild obstructive sleep apnea. Others hold your tongue in a different position. If you and your doctor decide to explore this option, you'll need to see a dentist experienced in dental sleep medicine appliances for the fitting and follow-up therapy.

A number of devices are available from your dentist. You may need to try different devices before finding one that works for you. Because oral appliances aren't as consistently effective as CPAP, close follow-up is needed to ensure successful treatment of sleep apnea.

MSNBC

Yawning? Snoring? You may
have Sleep Apnea

Without treatment, disorder can lead to cardiovascular disease.

WASHINGTON - Do you yawn throughout the day or get sleepy while driving? Does your family complain about loud snoring?

You might be one of the millions of Americans with undiagnosed sleep apnea, which causes more than fatigue - it also seems to spur heart disease and other serious illnesses. Not to mention up to a sevenfold increase in the chance of a car crash.

Now Medicare is considering paying for home sleep testing to make diagnosis easier, and federal health officials are hunting for ways to get the people at highest risk of this stealthy disorder tested and treated.

“We need to develop some very aggressive strategies,” says Dr. Carl Hunt, sleep chief at the National Institutes of Health.

More serious than snoring

Often dismissed as bad snoring, sleep apnea is far more serious: sufferers actually quit breathing for 10 to 30 seconds at a time as their throat muscles temporarily collapse. They jerk awake to gasp in air more than 10 times an hour, exhausted each morning because their brains never get enough deep sleep.

An estimated 18 million Americans have sleep apnea, and more than half aren't diagnosed, according to NIH estimates. Patients don't remember the nightly breathing struggle, and often don't see a doctor unless a family member complains about the snoring and choking. Apnea is most common among middle-aged men, but can even strike children if they have enlarged tonsils and adenoids. Being overweight increases the risk, as does having small airways or apnea in the family.

Some 1,400 deaths from car crashes each year are caused by drivers with apnea, notes a study from the University of California at San Diego.

Higher risk of cardiovascular disease

Worse, research suggests apnea sufferers are at significantly increased risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, congestive heart failure, stroke and diabetes. Why? Apnea stresses the body by preventing important blood-pressure lowering that occurs during normal deep sleep, and seems to alter blood chemistry in ways that can spur cardiovascular disease.

Research is just starting on whether alleviating apnea prevents those serious diseases, cautions Dr. David White, director of sleep disorders at the Harvard-affiliated Brigham & Women's Hospital.

There are a variety of apnea treatments that relieve the fatigue, however. The most common is called CPAP, a mask that blows air through the nose while sleeping. Dental devices can hold airways open; the Food and Drug Administration has begun considering whether any should be sold without a prescription. Surgery can widen or prop open airways.

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FAQ Oral Appliance

Can I try both a CPAP and an Oral Appliance?
Only with American Sleep Association are you able to try both a CPAP and an oral appliance. Try the CPAP. If you do not like it, ASA will fabricate you an oral appliance. After 30 days, simply keep the product that you prefer and we will only bill your medical insurance company for this product.
Is the oral appliance custom fitted?
The oral appliance is custom fitted. American Sleep Association will mail you an impression kit and you will take your own impression. The impressions are mailed to American Sleep Association where our dentists fabricate an oral appliance that is custom fitted to your teeth.
Does the oral appliance reduce or eliminate sleep apnea?
The oral appliance has been clinically proven to eliminate sleep apnea. In clinical studies it has shown to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea in 80% of users.
If I order an oral appliance will my insurance company or Medicare continue to pay for my CPAP supplies?
Medicare and most insurance companies will continue to pay for your CPAP supplies after you have an oral appliance constructed for you. To date, we have not found an insurance company that will not continue to pay for your CPAP supplies.
Do you accept Medicare and all major medical insurance companies?
American Sleep Association accepts Medicare and all major medical insurance companies. American Sleep Association will verify with Medicare or your medical insurance company that this procedure is covered prior to beginning the procedure.
While I am wearing the oral appliance, will I be able to breathe through my mouth?
The oral appliance is constructed so there is an 1/8 inch opening in the front of your teeth so you can breathe through your mouth while you sleep.
Is the oral appliance adjustable?
The oral appliance is constructed so that you may adjust it to your liking. Simply put the lower and upper tray in your mouth and seat firmly against your teeth. Bring your jaw forward and bite down. To readjust the oral appliance, peel the lower tray from the upper tray and repeat the steps above.
Is the oral appliance comfortable?
The oral appliance is extremely comfortable. It is preferred 80% of the time over CPAPs.
How much does the oral appliance cost?
Due to the fact that American Sleep Association is an accredited DME supplier and our oral appliance is FDA cleared, American Sleep Association bills your medical insurance company or Medicare. You are only responsible for your co-pay / deductible.
Is the oral appliance guaranteed?
American Sleep Association guarantees its quality for 2 years. If you experience any problem with your oral appliance, American Sleep Association will fix or replace it for free for 2 years.

FAQ CPAP

Can I try both a CPAP and an Oral Appliance?
Only with American Sleep Institute are you able to try both a CPAP and an oral appliance. Try the CPAP. If you do not like it, ASA will fabricate you an oral appliance. After 30 days, simply keep the product that you prefer and we will only bill your medical insurance company for this product.
What is the difference between your CPAP and other CPAPs?
American Sleep Institute only sells the most technological advanced CPAPs on the market. Our CPAPs have auto titration, mask leak detection, the quietest CPAPs on the market, the smallest CPAPs on the market and more.
What is auto titration?
CPAPs are configured to blow air at a set pressure. The amount of pressure is determined by many factors, sleep position, drinking, and the previous day's activities. While most CPAPs are fixed at a set pressure, our CPAPs with auto titration will automatically adjust the pressure based on an algorithm resulting in a better night's sleep.
What is mask leak detection?
If your mask on your CPAP is not perfectly sealed on your face and air is seeping out along the edges, the CPAP is rendered ineffective and you will not receive good night's rest. American Sleep Institute's CPAPs have leak detection to notify you to readjust your mask so you may have the best night's sleep possible.
How loud is your CPAP?
American Sleep Institute's CPAPs are the quietest CPAPs on the market. In fact, our CPAPs are virtually silent.
How much does the CPAP cost?
We will bill your medical insurance company or Medicare. You are only responsible for your co-pay / deductible.
Do you accept Medicare and all major medical insurance companies?
American Sleep Institute accepts Medicare and all major medical insurance companies. American Sleep Institute will verify with Medicare or your medical insurance company that this procedure is covered prior to beginning the procedure.

Testimonials

  • Vorris Justesen

    “I've been held hostage nightly by a CPAP machine.”

    Dear American Sleep Association:

    I recently purchased your oral appliance and it has made a profound change in my life. For the last 5 years I've been held hostage nightly by a CPAP machine. The mouth appliance that you provided to me with lower jaw extension has allowed me to retire my CPAP machine and sleep better than ever before. Medically, I have been diagnosed with “mild to moderate” sleep apnea and have tried just about all the other options to CPAP therapy there are. Nothing has worked until now!

    Best Regards,
    Vorris Justesen,
    Standpoint, Idaho

  • Kenny Larson

    “My wife is very happy to say the least!”

    I purchased one of your company's mouthpieces a couple of months ago and have used it for approximately 3-4 weeks. It worked terrific in reducing my snoring and decreased wake up frequency during the night. My wife is very happy to say the least!

    Your product is great and at a good price point. To date, I am extremely happy with your customer service representatives as well. I've spoken to two reps so far and each has been very nice and very helpful.

    Thank You!
    Kenny Larson,
    Buffalo, New York

  • Tom Harris

    “Thanks for offering such a wonderful product!”

    ASA:

    Thanks for offering such a wonderful product! My wife loves you guys! I suggested your services and product to many of my friends and have heard that their wives are also thankful.

    Thanks for your help and again, thanks for your great product!

    Sincerely,
    Tom Harris,
    Minneapolis, Minnesota

  • Heath Webster

    “I feel better, I sleep better, and am very happy with my ASA CPAP.”

    I recently upgraded from a standard CPAP to one of ASA's auto-adjusting CPAPs. The difference has been astounding! The new ASA machine lets me know when I don't have a good seal on my mask and allows me to disconnect the humidifier if I don't need it; it's also way more compact than the other machine.

    I feel better, I sleep better, and am very happy with my ASA CPAP.

    Heath Webster,
    Cedar City, Utah

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