3 Convenient Locations Across the Greater Phoenix Area

Being Tired
Isn’t the Only

Constant exhaustion is the symptom most people with sleep apnea notice. However, there are other dangers as well; the longer your sleep disorder goes unaddressed, the more of a negative impact it will have on your mind and your body.

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Scottsdale Arizona sleep apnea doctor Stacey Layman D D S D A B D S M Dr. Stacey Layman, DDS, D-ABDSM Scottsdale Arizona sleep apnea doctor Roger Roybal D D S D A B D S M Dr. Roger Roybal, DDS, D-ABDSM Scottsdale Arizona sleep apnea doctor Elizabeth Wallmann D D S Dr. Elizabeth Wallmann, DDS Glendale Arizona sleep apnea doctor Edward T. Sall Dr. Edward T. Sall, DDS, M.D., MBA

Highly Qualified Sleep Professionals

Our Goal:
Helping People
Improve Their Sleep

We have an entire team of board-certified sleep apnea doctors who share the same dedication toward helping nearby patients find non-surgical treatments for central and obstructive sleep apnea in Scottsdale. Not only are they all highly experienced, but they belong to a number of professional organizations including the American Sleep and Breathing Academy as well as the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. They’re experts when it comes to improving the quality of sleep.

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Improving Restful Nights

At GoTo Sleep Center Scottsdale, our dedicated team is committed to transforming every patient’s visit from good to exceptional. From the friendly faces at the front desk to our expert treatment coordinators, sleep specialists, and billing professionals, each team member is devoted to providing unwavering support. We take pride in going the extra mile daily, answering questions, and taking the time to understand each patient’s unique needs. Your first appointment is just the beginning of what we hope will be a long and positive journey toward improved sleep health.

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What our patients say…

after a good night’s rest.

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“...Everyone on their team - the person that scheduled my appointment, the assistant that took my impressions, Lesia (the one that explained oral appliances to me), and the dentist, Dr. Layman - they were all so energetic and thorough. They answered all my questions, explained all the options, & helped me to understand how important treatment is. They explained all the possible treatments - not just the oral appliances they provide - and helped me select the one that's right for me...”

Jason T., Scottsdale, AZ
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“...From the moment I walked in this office I was greeted with warm smiles and pleasant conversations. My experience with every single staff member was tremendously remarkable. Their service is top notch! They went out of their way to help me and it is greatly appreciated. Highly recommended for anyone who has sleep apnea and needs alternatives to cpaps...”

Erica M., Scottsdale, AZ
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“Amazing experience with Go to Sleep Center…I was given my device yesterday and used it last night. HOLY WOW! This is the first day I have woken up feeling refreshed and energetic in YEARS! I hope this isn't a placebo effect and it stays this way! Is this what normal people feel when they wake up????”

Anthony M., Scottsdale, AZ


Going Beyond Your Expectations

Why do our patients love our sleep practice in your area? It’s largely thanks to our unique approach to care that consistently allows us to deliver excellent treatment outcomes.


Focused Specifically
on Sleep Apnea

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We Take
Insurance and Medicare

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Treating Patients,
Not Just the Disorder

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We Spend Quality
Time with Patients

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We Pay Attention
to the Details

Treating sleep apnea means more than just taking impressions and giving patients the same types of oral appliances . We take the time to make sure that we completely understand the nature of your sleep disorder. Focusing solely on sleep apnea has allowed us to create a systemic method of creating comfortable, high-quality, trustworthy medical devices. All of our impressions are captured digitally, and each appliance is carefully made with the help of state-of-the-art labs and technology. We work closely with our nearby patients at every stage of the sleep apnea treatment process.

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Frequently Asked Questions, Answered!

If you have any questions or concerns about your situation or treatments, the quickest way to get the answers you need is by calling our office. One of our team members will be able to help you and provide the resources you require on time. That said, we know that some people may have a busier schedule throughout the day or simply want to research on their own. To help with this effort, we’ve taken the time to compile a list of some of our commonly asked questions from our patients in Scottsdale! Keep reading to learn more or reach out to us to schedule an appointment.

How Do I Find the Best Place for Sleep Dentistry?

You’ll need to first define what is most important for you. This can be a combination of various factors, such as hours of operation, location, credentials, insurance/fees, and safety. Secondly, you’ll want an idea of the type of service you’re interested in, such as if you’d like a custom oral appliance as an alternative treatment to a CPAP machine. Of course, you should take the time to get a feel for the practice and how your team treats their patients. The good news is that our friendly staff wants to understand your situation and will do everything they can to provide the care you deserve. Be sure to check out the team and doctor bios on the practice’s website to learn about their credentials.

What Level of Education is Required to Be a Sleep Apnea Dentist?

Dentists working in the United States can only practice dentistry if they’ve earned a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS), which can only be earned by studying at one of 67 accredited dental schools. They first have to get a bachelor's degree, typically with high grades in a major involving math and science. The dental program typically takes three years of classroom and hands-on experience. Every dentist must also complete continuing education hours to retain their dentistry license. For sleep dentists, many of them undergo advanced training through memberships in professional sleep organizations, including the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and the American Board for Dental Sleep Medicine.

What Do You Do If You Can’t Afford a Sleep Apnea Dentist?

Just because you aren’t able to pay the sum of your treatment by yourself doesn’t mean you’ll be completely left on your own. Patients who have medical insurance can try maximizing their benefits to afford the services they need to get better rest. If you have insurance, don’t hesitate to consult your provider or our expert team so we can walk you through your policy and see how to make the most of your plan. Those who don’t have a policy can look into alternative financing through third-party financiers, such as CareCredit, which can help split the overall price of treatment into monthly, low-to-no-interest payments. Try to also check in with your healthcare provider to ask about Medicare benefits and if you’re eligible for them.

How Can I Find a Female Sleep Apnea Dentist?

Nearly a third of all dentists in the United States and more than half of all dental students are female. If you’re interested in finding a female sleep apnea dentist, simply search for female sleep apnea dentist near me on Google! Not only should this be the first place to start, but Google will also offer incredibly accurate results to best help you. Once you’ve found a practice you’re interested in, feel free to check out the “Meet the Doctors” part of their website to learn about your dentist.

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3 Convenient Ways to Pay

Insurance Medicare CareCredit®

A good night’s sleep should be in everyone’s budget. We’re proud to accept Medicare and a variety of insurance plans. Additionally, our patients can enjoy flexible financing by applying for CareCredit.

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