Book a 20 min video visit with a BlueSleep board-certified Sleep Specialist to review your problem and get you started.
Home sleep testing
We'll ship you a 3-night, disposable home sleep test that simply wraps around your finger and is covered by insurance.
Oral Appliances and CPAP
Review the results of your test with our Specialist and choose the optimal treatment, covered by medical insurance.
CPAP is not the prettiest option, but it works if used correctly. CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, a specific type of breathing therapy consisting of a small machine that delivers a stream of compressed air via a plastic tube to a nasal pillow, nose mask or full-face mask. The forced air keeps the airway open so that “normal breathing” becomes possible, reducing and/or preventing sleep apnea.Interested to learn more? Book an Appointment
Sleep Apnea Oral Appliance
Most people call it a mouthguard, but it’s a whole lot different than those worn by athletes to protect their teeth, or the ones used for bruxism (teeth grinding). BlueSleep provides different types of custom-fabricated Mandibular Advancement Devices that keep your lower jaw slightly forward, and your airway open, while you sleep. This prevents most snoring and sleep apnea, allowing you (and your bed partner) to have a good night’s rest, avoid health problems and have more stamina when you’re awake.Interested to learn more? Book an Appointment
Got Insurance? We’ve got you covered!
Insurance coverage for sleep problems varies by insurer. We’re in network with most national health plans (Aetna, Blue Cross, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare and others). Before scheduling, check your insurance company’s benefits and out-of-pocket costs. If you have questions, contact us at [email protected].
What our patients say
One of our patients from Tech Insider created a 5-min video with over 2 million views to share his experience about sleep apnea. His snoring affected his relationship (every night on the couch) and his overall quality of life. This video explains the connection between snoring and sleep apnea, the serious risk (including heart disease and car accidents) and why it’s critical to get treatment. Today, he is sleeping better – and so is the person sleeping next to him.