How Sleep Apnea Treatment Works – Plano, TX

How We Improve Your Nightly Slumber

At Sleep Rehab, we work closely with local physicians that will diagnose and refer patients to our center. If you have had sleep testing within the last five years, it likely will not have to be repeated. Just give us a call and we will request all necessary information from your physician.

Home Sleep Testing vs. In-Lab Testing

Step one to getting treated is to have a sleep test. This can be done in a lab or at home.

One of the biggest barriers to treatment has been the necessity to do an overnight, in-lab sleep test. It can be very costly and inconvenient. This is not necessary with home sleep testing. It is significantly less expensive, done in the comfort of your own bed, and is fully diagnostic. For home sleep testing, you will be fitted with a simple device to take home and wear while you sleep.

Planning is Everything

Once you have received a diagnosis from your referring physician, Dr. Fedosky will be able to put together a customized treatment plan. Next, he will create an oral appliance tailored specifically to the patient. After initial treatment, we encourage a follow-up sleep test to track oral appliance efficacy and symptom improvement.

If you or someone you know suffers from sleep apnea or snoring, contact Sleep Rehab today. We have the experience and expertise to help you reduce or eliminate sleep apnea and snoring through a treatment plan that is non-invasive and easy to use. Contact us today!