New Sleep Dental Patient Information Cumming

Get the Help You Need to Start Sleeping Better

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As you decide how to deal with your sleep apnea symptoms, it’s important that you consider the immense benefits of seeing a trusted expert. At Sleep Forsyth, Dr. Bragg streamlines her approach to deliver fast, effective, and life-changing sleep apnea treatment. If you want to learn more about what you can expect when calling to make an appointment with our Cumming sleep dental office, review the details below.

Your First Visit

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When arriving for your first visit, you can expect that one of the first questions we will ask is whether you have undergone a sleep study. If not, you will undergo a consultation with Dr. Bragg before being referred to a sleep physician. During this visit, we will:

  • Review the causes of your snoring and sleep apnea
  • Discuss treatment options should you be diagnosed with sleep apnea
  • Perform a digital scan of your teeth so that it can be used to fabricate an oral appliance
  • Have our sleep coordinator collect the necessary information to check your medical insurance and coverage

If the sleep physician recommends Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) as a treatment option, we will proceed in checking with your medical benefits and coverage.

If you have already undergone a sleep study, we will obtain the essential information from your sleep physician and complete a full exam and evaluation during your first visit. Our sleep coordinator will then check your benefits and complete the appropriate pre-authorization form before it is reviewed with you so that we can move forward with your oral appliance.


Patient Forms

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While there is the option to fill out new patient paperwork in our office, you can avoid the rush by completing the forms online! All you have to do is click the link below and be directed to the necessary forms, which you will complete and submit before your appointment.

Patient Forms

Pay Online

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Paying for treatment is now easier than ever before thanks to our online payment system. Instead of calling to make a payment or stopping by during your lunch hour, you can log into our secure system and take care of your balance quickly and easily.

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Can I Pay for an Oral Appliance with Insurance?

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Dental insurance will not cover the cost of Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT). Instead,  we file a claim with your medical insurance. Sleep Forsyth is in-network with BlueCross BlueShield Medical and  working on partnering with other medical insurance companies to become in-network. You can call the office with any questions and to obtain more information.

Other Payment Options

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When it comes to paying for treatment, there is the option to pay with your medical insurance; however, if this is not possible, there are other methods of payment that can be used including check and credit card. Also, if you choose to pay the entire amount upfront with cash, you will receive a discount on services.

CareCredit Financing

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Flexible financing is also a possible option if you need help to pay for treatment. You can choose which plan is right for you based on your budget. With low and no-interest payment plans available, you can avoid surprise fees and additional stress when pursuing treatment. You can apply online by clicking below or inquire further when visiting our office.

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Oral Appliance Maintenance

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Once you are provided with your new oral appliance, it is important that you take proper care of it if you want it to last as long as possible. Our team will offer helpful tips to help you maintain your device and keep it clean.

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