At Great New Smile in Windsor, we believe that all patients deserve a good night’s rest. When it comes to sleep apnea or snoring, Dr. Garceau and her team want patients to get the right care for their unique condition. That’s why they work hard to make sleep apnea treatment affordable for all.
Your Payment Options
Our Windsor sleep apnea dentist accepts:
- Most major credit cards
- A number of insurance plans
They also offer affordable payment plan options and third-party financing with CareCredit.
Simple Financing with CareCredit
CareCredit is a line of credit that can be used as a credit card to help patients pay for unexpected or planned medical, dental, and veterinary expenses. They offer low-interest and interest-free financing options, as well as affordable payment plans. It’s easy to apply for online, and you can use CareCredit to pay for the treatment or it can cover the cost of a deductible.
Don’t let the cost of care prevent you from sleeping comfortably—call or fill out a submission form online to schedule your consultation with Dr. Garceau today. Every person’s financial situation is different; knowing that, our staff is always available to help answer questions and discuss which financing option best suits you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my insurance cover sleep apnea treatment?
Sleep apnea treatment, including a sleep study for diagnosis, is often covered under health insurance plans. The details of your coverage may vary, so we recommend verifying your information with your insurance provider before you begin treatment.
Dr. Garceau and our team will work closely with your medical insurance provider to ensure you’re getting the most out of your plan. We work with all forms of medical insurance for your convenience.
Can sleep apnea go away without treatment?
Unfortunately, sleep apnea is a serious condition that won’t go away on its own. Making certain lifestyle changes may help relieve your symptoms but shouldn’t be considered a long-term solution. Without treatment, sleep apnea can result in detrimental health problems, such as:
- High blood pressure
- Heart attack
- Type 2 diabetes
- Depression or anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Alzheimer’s disease