A convenient alternative to CPAP

Oral Appliance Therapy for Sleep Apnea

Treat your Sleep Apnea & reduce problematic snoring with Oral Appliance Therapy that is worn nightly to improve breathing.

  • Worn at night, similar to a retainer
  • More comfortable & convenient than CPAP
  • Opens the airway by positioning lower jaw forward

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Oral Appliance Therapy vs. CPAP

More Comfort

More Comfort

Many patients report Oral Appliances being more comfortable to wear throughout the night when compared to CPAP.

Convenient Size

Convenient Size

Oral Appliance Therapy is small and easy to travel with (similar to a retainer). In comparision, CPAP machines are quite large, often requiring a case to travel with.



Oral Appliance Therapy has no moving parts & makes no noise, unlike a CPAP that is continually generating pressurized air.

Video explanation

Most Common CPAP Problems

Struggling with your CPAP machine can be frustrating. Discover the most common CPAP problems and explore how different solutions, including oral appliances, can improve your sleep quality. Watch our video to learn how to overcome CPAP issues and find the best option for your needs.

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How It Works


Step 1. Measure

  • Work with us to schedule a sleep test or bring your current test results for a consultation.
  • We will make sure your test is evaluated by a board certified sleep physician and, if necessary, obtain your Letter of medical necessity (LOMN) and prescription.
  • We measure the mobility of your lower jaw and digitally scan your teeth for the fabrication of an oral appliance therapy device.

Step 2. Make

Our lab will fabricate your Oral Appliance Therapy device in approximately 3-5 weeks. While deductibles and coinsurance may vary, nearly all medical insurance plans can be used to help cover the cost of your oral device. Not using insurance? No problem. Enjoy low monthly payments at 0% over 6 months.

Sleep Better

Step 3. Sleep Better

Just put in your OAT before going to sleep. Wearing your appliance will bring your lower jaw slightly forward to open up your airway. The oral device works by preventing tissue at the back of the throat and the base of the tongue from collapsing back into the airway. After you are sleeping better, we recommend a follow up sleep test to see the results.

A Note From Our Founder

Hi, I’m Dr. Kelly Standish-Mayo

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may already be aware of the difficulties surrounding CPAP treatment.

While CPAP is an effective treatment for sleep apnea, patients often abandon their treatment altogether after nightly frustration with uncomfortable face masks and noisy machines.

This is why we offer Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) – a more comfortable, convenient alternative for treating sleep apnea.

Our Oral Appliance Therapy is a is small, lightweight device (similar to a retainer) that you wear while you sleep. The device works by positioning your lower jaw slightly forward, opening up the airway to your lungs.

The OAT has no moving parts & doesn’t make any noise while you sleep.

If you are not experiencing restful sleep, have been told you snore, or are unhappy with your CPAP, this treatment might be right for you.

Please call our office today to learn about your treatment options for a better night’s sleep.

Dr. Kelly Standish

North Florida Sleep Resources

Dr Kelly Standish of North Florida Sleep

Risks of Sleep Apnea

  • High blood pressure

  • Risk of recurrent heart attack

  • Irregular heart rhythm

  • Unexplained fatigue/grogginess

  • Mood swings

  • Low oxygen induced headaches

  • Insulin resistance & type 2 diabetes

  • Scarring of the liver

  • High risk pregnancies

  • Atrial fibrillation

  • Sexual disfunction

  • Snoring – upset bed partner

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(904) 906-6007


1700 Eagle Harbor Pkwy, Suite 7
Fleming Island, FL 32003

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Monday 9am- 4pm
Tuesday 9am- 4pm
Wednesday 10am - 5pm
Thursday 9am- 4pm
Friday By Appointment
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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