ATTENTION: Any New Concept Sleep patients utilizing Philips Respironics CPAP, bi-level CPAP, or mechanical ventilators in combination with an oral appliance should contact their physicians immediately. This is due to potential health risks associated with the sound abatement foam component within the Philips Respironics CPAP. You are safe to continue to use the oral appliance until replacement or repair can be obtained. Please contact your DME provider or physician for more information.
If you are searching for an interim and/or replacement therapy for your obstructive sleep apnea due to this recall, please give us a call IMMEDIATELY. Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a serious medical condition which left untreated can have significant effects on your health and quality of life. We can meet virtually within a matter of days and get you scheduled to begin treatment the same day.
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Trouble sleeping? Do you snore? Are you tired and fatigued during the day? Do you have high blood pressure? These are all common symptoms of a condition known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea, or OSA. Dr. Deborah Romack has been helping patients in Weatherford stop snoring and cure sleep apnea since 2005, and she is a Qualified Dentist with the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine who can help put these problems to bed for good. As a member of the AADSM, Dr. Romack has several years of experience and advanced training in snoring treatments, sleep therapy and upper-airway resistance syndrome healing.
We work with all private insurance companies.
Handling your case of sleep apnea is simpler than ever for our team with the help of our state-of-the-art rhinometer, pharyngometer, and other amazing tools. Their high-tech acoustics allow us to map out your nasal passages and oral airway in a detailed fashion. This valuable information then helps us not only precisely diagnose your condition, but also calibrate your new, customized oral appliance for maximum comfort and efficiency. We look forward to helping you finally get a good night’s sleep.
Oral appliance therapy is recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the National Institute of Health in all cases of CPAP intolerance and for the treatment of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. As a result, most medical insurance companies cover the cost of oral appliance therapy. Our practice offers several options for payment of your treatment. We have the latest in medical insurance software to e-file your medical claim, and additionally accept and file Medicare for patients. We also accept CareCredit, a financing option with zero to low interest and affordable monthly payments.