General Dentistry, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, Hudson Valley, New York 12603

Does Medicare cover oral sleep appliances?

Sometimes. The hard part is getting a sleep study so that you know if you have sleep apnea. We are one of the few Medicare Durable Medical Equipment (DME)-certified offices in Dutchess County, New York. However, due to a recent Medicare rule change, if you have used a CPAP for 3 months, you have to wait 5 years for Medicare to pay for an oral appliance. That is why we have informed medical offices that if the patient is not using the CPAP after 45 days, the patient should come to our office. Then we can make an oral appliance before the 90-day period has passed.


"He takes such pride in his work and does such good work that I just would not go anywhere else for my dental needs."


Did you know?

Obstructive sleep apnea can shorten your lifespan by 8-10 years. We can treat it.


Affordable dentistry

Most medical insurance policies, including Medicare, will pay for sleep apnea appliances. Our dental practice is one of the few in Dutchess County that is certified by Medicare to provide this service.


Did you know?

Dr. Maron is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine (ABDSM), which is the highest credential a dentist can earn in dental sleep medicine.