Most people who have sleep apnea will grind their teeth at night, snore and may also have TMJ pain and headaches. We will do a thorough examination of your oral cavity and supporting muscles to see if you show signs and symptoms associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and refer you to a physician who specializes in sleep disorders. We work closely with local sleep centers and physicians to offer you alternatives to CPAP therapy. If you have been diagnosed with OSA then your medical insurance may pay for your oral appliance. We currently offer EMA, TAP, DNA and ProSomnus appliances.