We understand that CPAPs can be intimidating. Fortunately, there are more treatment options than CPAP out there, including an oral appliance you wear to sleep like a nightguard.
It all begins with our Risk Assessment, a diagnostic quiz that weighs your risk factors for sleep apnea. If your score indicates that you're a candidate, we'll recommend you take our home sleep test, which we mail to you. Once you've completed the test, your dedicated Sleep Team steps in to help you understand your diagnosis and explore treatment options. Once we've found a solution that works for you, we continue to offer support by helping you manage your sleep apnea and troubleshoot any problems that may arise.
No, we're not in the business of making any tests or devices. We're an independent third-party who has extensively tried various options in the market to find the best one for you to use. Our decision criteria are based on accuracy, convenience, cost, and comfort.
We've transformed the sleep apnea testing and treatment process by cutting down the number of appointments needed, moving your experience online, and uniting all your sleep apnea testing and treatment in one place. Plus, we make sure you have constant support from a team of experts who are dedicated to helping you sleep better.
If you're concerned about having a different sleep disorder like restless leg syndrome, you should consider booking an appointment with a sleep lab. However, home sleep tests are extremely accurate for diagnosing sleep apnea, and you can perform them from the comfort of your own bed. For more information, check out Are Home Sleep Apnea Tests As Good As Lab Tests?
Nope, that's all yours to keep or throw away — although we recommend keeping it handy until you've received your diagnosis.
We're always here to answer your questions and work with you every step of the way. If you’d ever like more information, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you ASAP.
Our home sleep test costs $175 with zero hidden fees — shipping and handling are always free.
For the testing and diagnosis, we're accepting cash pay for two important reasons:
Insurance providers require you to jump through extra hoops in this phase of the process, which we want to make as quick and straightforward as possible.
Given how most insurance plans work, you're likely to spend about the same amount on a sleep apnea test with insurance as without it — and you'll almost certainly have to wait a lot longer for your results and treatment.
For the treatment part of the process, we work with fulfillment providers who accept most major private insurance plans.
Your Sleep Team will consist of a sleep physician and clinical medical practitioners, potentially including a sleep dentist, depending on your individual needs. At Complete Sleep, each member of your Sleep Team will be in communication with each other to help ensure your process is as seamless, quick, and effective as possible.