Does Medical Insurance Cover This?

In order to best serve our patients, we are participating providers for: Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, Regence, Premera, Cigna, United Health Care and Medicare. We do NOT accept: Provider One, Medicaid or Molina.

We can also request a ‘gap exception’ from any insurance that we are not a current provider for. A ‘gap exception’, if granted, would allow in-network coverage for you if your plan does not have a qualified ‘in network’ provider in your area.

Most insurance plans cover oral appliances, and your out-of-pocket costs typically range from $0 – $900.00 depending on whether your deductible has been met. Our sleep coordinator will check on the estimated coverage for you and discuss an estimated cost before scheduling you for the appliance fabrication. We also offer extended payment arrangements through Care Credit, and can arrange for special fee allowances for those patients who do not have medical insurance. We want to make it as affordable as possible for you to enjoy a long healthy life that starts with getting a good night’s sleep.

Here is how we are keeping you safe, particularly during the COVID-19 viral outbreak.


Pre and day-of appointment screening questions to determine infection risk.

Hand sanitizing gel and masks for all patients immediately upon entering.

“No touch” infrared forehead thermometer check before treatment.

Social distancing protocol and ‘sneeze guard’ shields at the reception desk.

Medical-grade HEPA filtration units for sanitation of the air we breathe in the office.

• PPE for clinical staff includes a gown, gloves, mask, eye protection and a face shield.

Disposable sterile single-use clinical instruments are utilized wherever possible.

Reusable instruments are packaged and sterilized in an autoclave before being returned to service. Delicate reusables are soaked overnight in a hospital-grade sterilant solution.

Our autoclave is tested AT LEAST weekly by an independent microbiology lab to confirm that our autoclave is working properly.

All exposed patient chair and work surfaces are sprayed and wiped down with a hospital-grade disinfecting solution that kills viruses and bacteria between patients.

High-touch areas like computer keyboards, mice, headrests and chair arms are covered with single-use disposable barriers that are replaced after each patient.

• New Mandibular Advancement Devices are disinfected twice: by the lab after fabrication and again in our office before delivery to a patient.


Thank you for entrusting us to keep you safe while we help you get a more restful night’s sleep. After all, getting quality sleep is one of the most important things you need to stay healthy!