Research conducted by the National Sleep Foundation has found that of the 20 million people suffering from sleep apnea, nearly 80% are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.


Oral appliance therapy can be used to successfully treat consistent snoring and help a patients breathe better at night and avoid the multiple health problems.


Our knowledgeable team works closely with insurance companies to make sure that your treatment is covered and that you get the most out of your benefits.


“For all my friends that have anxiety, give them a call and see what they can do for you. They also offer other things like detox for your body and even help with sleep issues to help you stop snoring. It’s worth checking them out for all the stuff your body needs to get health. Very nice people to talk to and they know their stuff. Thank you to all the staff!”

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My appointment was LIFE CHANGING for me.
I not only think clearly; I can sleep with my wife again. THE COUCH IS NO LONGER MY BEDROOM! The oral sleep device keeps me quite from snoring. Concentration is no longer an issue at work. I even recall dreams again, something that’s been missing from my life for years. They worked with my insurance to make sure I received the BEST coverage my insurance would allow. I have CDPHP and it didn’t cost me anything but my copay for my device. I highly recommend the Integrative Sleep Center.

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would like to thank the integrated sleep center for their initial consultation. I met with Lori Ann who was informative patient and extrmely helpful in explaining the dental appliance device. Hopefully I get my insurance in order so I can start my sleep improvement. Thank you

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  • What is Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is a disorder where a person stops breathing temporarily and repeatedly during the night which could lead to medical complication if not treated.

  • Oral Appliance Therapy

    The American Academy of Sleep Medicine has said that oral appliance therapy is the first recommended treatment for patients suffering from mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

  • Types of Oral Appliances

    Each and every patient has different needs when it comes to their sleep apnea treatment, which is why we offer a variety of the highest-quality oral appliances available today.

  • Combined Therapy

    While oral appliance therapy are two very effective approaches to treating sleep apnea, they sometimes cannot help a patient on their own.

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Where great sleep comes easily


Welcome To Integrative Sleep Center

No matter where you are in your journey towards overcoming sleep apnea, Dr. Frederick Dreher is here to provide the experienced support, guidance, and long-lasting relief you deserve. He takes pride in creating a comfortable space for patients where they can feel well-respected and right at home, and his commitment to new technology and modern techniques is unmatched. He and his team’s greatest hope is to leave patients finally feeling well-rested and ready for each new day.

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