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Sleep Better & Feel Better with Sleep Apnea Treatment

You may recognize symptoms such as loud snoring, daytime sleepiness, waking up gasping for breath during the night. If this sounds familiar, contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Sleep apnea doesn’t just affect your sleep cycle, it also impacts your health. Visit us in Eugene to treat your sleep apnea today. 

We will:
  • Allow you to do a sleep test from the comfort of your own bed
  • Offer you a more convenient & comfortable alternative to a CPAP
  • Improve your sleep quality so you wake up feeling refreshed & restored
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What to Expect at Your First Visit

If you have sleep apnea symptoms, we will order an at-home sleep test so we can confirm your diagnosis. Dr. Holland will then discuss your treatment options. This takes just a few weeks. In no time, you’ll be sleeping like a baby and getting the rest you need.
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An Alternative to CPAPs

One of the ways we treat sleep apnea is with an oral appliance. It gently opens up your airways so you don’t wake up gasping for breath. This CPAP alternative is easier to take with you when you travel and it’s more comfortable to wear while you sleep.

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Commitment to Patients

Dr. Holland is always pursuing ongoing education opportunities to expand his knowledge of sleep apnea. He uses a patient-first approach and only recommends an oral appliance if it’s best suited for your sleep needs.
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We Accept Medicare

We are proud to accept Medicare at Sleep Better Oregon. If you have questions about your insurance coverage, give us a call. We’ll help you maximize your insurance benefits and understand your options.

Treat Your Sleep Apnea in Eugene, OR

If you are frustrated with your CPAP machine or tired of not sleeping through the night, visit Sleep Better Oregon to treat your sleep apnea in Eugene. You’ll also be happy to know we accept Medicare. We’ll develop a treatment plan that makes the best use of your insurance coverage to restore your health. Your sleep dentist will:

  • Confirm your diagnosis through a sleep test you take at home
  • Offer you an alternative to your CPAP with a custom-made oral appliance
  • Work alongside your primary care physician during your treatment
  • Improve your overall health by helping you sleep through the night
  • Recommend lifestyle changes to help your condition
By treating your sleep apnea, you are avoiding the dangerous side effects associated with this condition. Left untreated, it can increase your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Don’t wait one more day to get the help you need. Call today at (541) 515-7774 for an appointment.

Benefits of an Oral Appliance

An oral appliance can eliminate mild to moderate sleep apnea symptoms. Our custom-made appliances gently open up your airways while you sleep. So you no longer snore or wake up gasping for air. Your sleep quality will improve, and your bed partner will sleep better too.

A custom-made oral appliance will:

• Last longer and feel more comfortable than anything you’d buy in the store
• Eliminate unwanted side effects that can occur with a CPAP
• Be easier to take with you while you travel
• Stop damage caused by grinding or clenching your teeth while you sleep
While we believe CPAP machines are still the gold standard in sleep apnea treatment, many patients find them cumbersome and awkward. An oral appliance is a simple and minimally invasive treatment option that will help you sleep through the night. Those with severe obstructive sleep apnea may sleep better by using an appliance and a CPAP together.
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Recognize the Symptoms of Sleep Apnea

You may not always recognize the signs of sleep apnea until a bed partner reports them to you. Do you or a loved one experience any of the following symptoms:

  • Snoring
  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Dry mouth
  • Waking up choking or gasping for air

If any of these symptoms look familiar, contact us at (541) 515-7774 to schedule an appointment.

Are You at Risk for Sleep Apnea? Risk Factors Include:

  • 60-75% of sleep apnea sufferers are male. However, women may be at greater risk of living with undiagnosed sleep apnea.
  • Obesity can increase your risk of obstructive sleep apnea but 25% of patients diagnosed with sleep apnea are NOT obese.
  • Lifestyle factors, including smoking, drinking, and the use of prescription sedatives also increase your risk.
  • Recent research indicates that genetics can influence your risk of sleep apnea, too.
  • If left untreated, sleep apnea can result in a growing number of health problems including stroke, heart failure, and diabetes.

Meet Seth Holland, DMD, FAGD

Born and raised in rural New Jersey, Dr. Seth Holland has lived in his second home state of Oregon since 2007. Dr. Holland graduated from Oregon Health & Sciences University in 2013 and then received advanced training in IV sedation, dental implants, and pediatric dentistry at the University of New Mexico. He recently joined only 6% of dentists in the country by receiving his Fellowship in the Academy of Dentistry (FAGD). One of the highest distinctions a general dentist can receive. Dr. Holland is also an American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) Qualified Dentist. 

Sleep dentistry is a big focus for Dr. Holland. He pursues continuing education opportunities to improve the whole health of his patients and to help other physicians find alternative solutions to traditional sleep apnea treatments.

Dr. Holland met his wife at the University of Oregon, while she was in graduate school. With their three sons, they enjoy skiing, mountain biking, and Oregon Duck basketball.

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Commonly Asked Questions About Sleep Apnea Treatment

If you have questions about our oral devices for sleep apnea treatment, we’ve answered some of them below. If you have any concerns we have not addressed, give us a call at (541) 515-7774.

Do you accept Medicare?

Yes, we do accept Medicare. We encourage you to visit Medicare.gov/coverage and/or check your Medicare and You handbook for specific questions regarding coverage. We'll be happy to help you as much as possible. Medical insurance can be a challenge, and our expert team can provide you with the assistance you need to understand your coverage.

Will I experience relief with an oral appliance?

Yes! For patients with mild to moderate sleep apnea symptoms, an oral appliance is a wonderful alternative to a CPAP. It gently opens up your airways so the soft tissues in your mouth do not block your throat. Whether or not you have sleep apnea, an appliance will stop your snoring. It may not be the most suitable treatment for severe sleep apnea.

I grind my teeth. Is an oral appliance right for me?

Yes! Since the oral appliance covers both your bottom and top teeth, it acts as a barrier and protects you from teeth grinding damage. Because the oral device is so durable, it can also comfortably withstand clenching teeth.

Will my physician know what’s going on?

We always work one-on-one with your physician while treating your sleep apnea. We’ll update them about your treatment and keep them in the loop every step of the way. Our primary goal is for your overall health to improve and for you to sleep through the night comfortably.

What Doctors and Patients are Saying About Us

If you are wondering why patients and doctors love our sleep apnea solutions, we’ll let our reviews speak for themselves. Call today to refer your patient.
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Easy Financing Options

Dr. Holland wants you to have the best, most comprehensive dental care possible. That’s why we’ve partnered with CareCredit. CareCredit lets you make easy, online payments so your little one can get the dental care they need when they need it.

Curious if our office accepts your dental insurance? We do accept Medicare and most insurance plans. Just call us at (541) 515-7774, and we’ll be happy to answer any of your questions.

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Sleep Referral Form

Physicians: Fill out the included PDF form and fax to our office to refer your patient.

Please click the link below to download a PDF Letter of Medical Necessity and Prescription for Appliance Form. It's our pleasure to be of help in the treatment of your valued patient.
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Location

330 S Garden Way #190
Eugene, OR 97401
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Office Hours

MON 7:00am - 5:00pm
TUE 7:00am - 5:00pm
WED 7:00am - 5:00pm
THU 7:00am - 5:00pm
FRI By Appointment Only
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