Finance, Insurance, and Payment Options
At SoundBridge Sleep Apnea Therapy, our Gig Harbor dentist believes that all patients deserve the right to high-quality dental care. That’s why we’re determined to make financing your sleep apnea treatment an easy, convenient, and stress-free experience.
To help you get the care you need, our dental staff will go above and beyond to ensure that you get the most out of your options. In fact, speaking with Dr. Iregui will help us provide a more accurate timeline and estimated cost for treatment.
Our Gig Harbor office accepts various payment options, including:
- Personal Checks
- Major Credit Cards
- In-house no interest payment plans. Recognized by Medicare as a durable equipment provider. We can bill through medical insurance.
Whether your case is simple or complex, Dr. Iregui will personalize and tailor your payment options accordingly.
If you have medical insurance, we’ll work closely with your provider. In doing so, it will allow us to get all the required forms and information.
Our Gig Harbor practice is a referred source of Kaiser Permanente and we also accept all forms of medical insurance.
If you’d like more information about specific insurance providers we work with, contact our office today and schedule a consultation with Dr. Iregui for a more detailed account.
Frequently Asked Questions
What insurance covers sleep apnea?
Our office will work closely with your medical insurance to ensure you’re getting the most out of your plan. We work with all forms of medical insurance, so you can get the most out of your benefits.
Does mild sleep apnea require a CPAP machine?
Dr. Iregui can also work with you to develop a treatment plan that may include lifestyle changes. These changes, such as losing weight or quitting smoking, can significantly improve your sleep apnea symptoms.
Is there a way to treat sleep apnea without a CPAP?
Lifestyle changes can also be highly beneficial for sleep apnea symptoms. Losing weight, quitting smoking, and training your body to sleep in a different position can help reduce your risk of serious health consequences due to sleep apnea.