At Ralhan Dental, we want every patient who needs sleep apnea treatment to have access to it. This means that we’ll work with patients to ensure that your payment methods are accepted. Find out more about how to finance your sleep apnea tests and treatment at Ralhan Dental.
We Accept Major Insurance Providers
The amount that your insurance company will cover will differ by company, type of insurance, and the amount that is paid into your insurance. The best way to find out how much of your dental procedure will be covered is to call your insurance company. Remember that it’s best to know what kind of coverage you have before moving forward with a dental procedure. At Ralhan Dental, we will help you process your insurance payment in any way we can.
Flexible Payment Plans
If you’re close to being able to afford a procedure but fall a bit short, we’re open to arranging a plan that works for us both. We have staff members who are familiar with all major payment plans, and they’ll do anything within reason to ensure that you can get the sleep apnea care you need. With a little creativity, we’ll try to come up with a reliable way to finance your treatment.
Finance Your Sleep Apnea Treatment at Ralhan Dental
At Ralhan Dental, we take pride in restoring the restful sleep of every patient. That’s why we accept all major insurance providers and will work with patients who require a payment plan. Sleep apnea treatment can improve every aspect of your life. Contact us to find out how!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is oral appliance therapy covered by my insurance?
Our experienced staff will go the extra mile to help patients receive the care they deserve. If you’d like, we’ll be happy to contact your provider and ensure that you receive your maximum amount of benefits. Call our office in Ontario, Canada at (905)-257-3368 for more information.
Will my insurance cover my sleep apnea treatment?
Dr. Ralhan 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?
- High blood pressure
- Heart attack
- Type 2 diabetes
- Depression or anxiety
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Alzheimer’s disease