Feeling restless, irritated and groggy throughout the day? Have others said you snore and
sometimes even gasp for air in your sleep? You may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) — a
serious health condition not only keeping you from sleeping better, but also from leading a
full and healthy life.
Millions of people endure it. The haze of weariness, the forgetfulness, the enormous effort that’s
required to get out of bed every morning. For over half (yes, you read correctly: over 50%!) of
American adults, these daily struggles hamper a normal lifestyle and relationships. But even more
importantly, lack of sleep can wreak havoc on your health. From his Dunwoody, GA dental practice, Dr.
Rodgers can analyze your condition and determine if you have sleep apnea.
“Dr. Rodgers and his staff are very friendly, efficient and helpful. They are always very clear
with your appointment times and plan for dental care. Dr. Rodgers does a very detailed follow-up
letter after your visit so there is no confusion with services he will be providing. I purchased
an oral appliance for my sleep apnea and I couldn't be more pleased with the great service
provided by everyone at his office. I would highly recommend Dr. Rodgers for an oral appliance.
Great team at Sleep Better Georgia!”
Jean M. Sandy Springs, GA
“Dr Rogers and his staff are very professional and proficient at their trade. I have had several
appointments and all of them have been consistently excellent in their understanding of my
condition and overwhelming willingness to help me. I would highly recommend them to anybody
seeking a remedy for sleep apnea. I give them 5 stars.”
Anthony O. Dunwoody, GA
“From my very first visit I have been treated exceptionally well and the atmosphere in the office
has been very friendly at the same time completely professional. The services rendered were
exactly what I was looking for and I can highly recommend Dr. Rodgers and his office to anyone
with sleep apnea. They are very knowledgeable and informative.”
What can sleep loss do? Just a few examples include diabetes complications, depression, blood pressure
problems, strokes, and heart attacks. Just as your body needs air, food, and water, sleep gives you
the ability to survive and thrive. It could be that your friends and family have said they’re
concerned about you. Maybe you’ve become more forgetful, or you’re always tired and irritable. Dental
sleep medicine has devised a comfortable, compact, efficient relief for sleep apnea and snoring, and
you can get it straight from Dr. Rodgers.
Because sleep apnea is a recognized medical condition, treatment is covered by nearly every medical
insurance provider. And at Sleep Better Georgia, we proudly accept and file all medical insurance
benefits on behalf of our patients. We even take Medicare. It is our goal to make the payment process
as seamless and easy for you as possible — processing your benefits quickly and efficiently to
maximize coverage. We also work with patients to customize affordable monthly payment plans to fit
their budget when needed.
We wanted to update our patients that recently several million Philips Respironics CPAP devices were recalled. If you or a loved one uses a Phillips Respironics CPAP, learn more about the devices recalled here. For alternative therapy, patients may consider oral appliances.