3 Convenient Locations Across the Greater Phoenix Area

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It’s easy to think that central and obstructive sleep apnea just makes you tired, but the dangers go well beyond that. It can negatively affect every aspect of your mental and physical health, creating problems you never knew could stem from compromised sleep.

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Our Team of Sleep Professionals

Our only focus is
helping people
sleep better.

Each of our nearby sleep doctors is board-certified and fully dedicated to providing sleep apnea treatment in Glendale using proven, non-surgical methods, and this gives them a level of expertise you just won’t find anywhere else. In addition to their years of experience, they are also active members of organizations such as the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine as well as the American Sleep and Breathing Academy.

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Improving Restful Nights

At GoTo Sleep Center Glendale, 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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“First time visit. The entire staff was amazing. Very informative about every step and what the process looks like. I’ve never been a fan of the dental atmosphere. However, I was made very comfortable. Anitra (hope I’m spelling it right) was super sweet!”

Daphne D., Phoenix, AZ
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“Wonderful experience all around. Dr. Layman and her staff are exceptional. They truly care about my sleep quality and quality of health. This is one doctor's office I enjoy going to! After my 1st week and a half of treatment, I'm already sleeping better, feeling better, have more energy, and fewer migraines. Thank you Dr. Layman.”

Karla B., Mesa, 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

What Makes Us Different

Quality that goes above & beyond

We do things a little differently compared to other sleep dental practices, and that’s why our patients love us and we’re able to consistently deliver life-changing results.


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Insurance &
Medicare Accepted

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We Treat You, Not
Just the Disease

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More Than Just a Mouthguard.

There are
no small details

Rather than just taking a gooey impression of a patient’s teeth and sending them home with a generic piece of plastic, we go above and beyond to fully understand someone’s condition. Because our sole specialty is sleep apnea treatment, we have developed a systemic method of creating customized, precision medical devices that fit comfortably, function consistently, and can be trusted to last. We offer digital impressions, utilize the most innovative labs and technology, and work with you every step of the way for your care.

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3 Convenient Ways to Pay

Insurance Medicare CareCredit®

We’re experts when it comes to helping patients use their insurance to pay for oral appliance therapy , and we even offer CareCredit to give everyone easy access to flexible, low-to-no interest financing.

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You Asked, We Answered!

Calling our team is perhaps the best way to get answers to any of your questions and concerns about sleep apnea and alternative treatment. However, we understand if you prefer to do your research or if your schedule is simply too busy. That’s why we’ve collected a list of frequently asked questions from our patients. Read on to learn a few things that can help you get the treatment you deserve!

How Do I Find the Best Place for Sleep Dentistry?

Firstly, you’ll want to establish exactly what you think is important for you, which can be a culmination of several factors, including location, safety, tidiness, hours of operation, credentials, and insurance/fees. You’ll also want to figure out the kind of treatment you’re looking for, such as if you want alternative solutions to a CPAP device, like a custom oral appliance. Finally, perhaps more importantly, you’ll want to become familiar with your team to see how they interact with their patients. Fortunately, our practice prioritizes your needs and will do everything we can to help you get the best rest possible. You can also read the team and doctor bios on their website for in-depth information on their background and education.

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

Our team understands that not everyone can pay for sleep apnea treatment out of their pocket without breaking the bank. That’s why, if you have medical insurance, you’ll want to make the most out of your benefits to help you pay for the solutions you need for improved rest. If you have access to a plan, be sure to consult your provider or even speak with our knowledgeable team about your policy so you know how to navigate it efficiently. Even if you aren’t currently insured, we offer plans through a third-party financier named CareCredit. They can help spread out your entire treatment cost into monthly installments, which typically come with little to zero interest! You can also check with your healthcare provider about receiving Medicare benefits.

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

Any kind of dentist in the United States will need to earn either a Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) or a Doctor of Dental Sciences (DDS) from one of the 67 prestigious and Accredited dental schools in the country. To get into these universities, they’ll need to receive a bachelor's degree first, including exceptional grades in a major heavy in sciences and math. Dental school is usually 3 years, which includes a combination of hands-on and classroom learning. To keep their license, every dentist is required to complete a certain number of hours of continuing education. For sleep dentistry, some dentists go on to receive advanced training from professional sleep organizations, such as the American Board for Dental Sleep Medicine and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

How Can I Find a Female Sleep Apnea Dentist?

Roughly 1/3 rd of all dentists within the United States are female, and more than 50% of every student in dental school is female. If you wish to find a female sleep apnea dentist, Google is the very first place to start your search. Be sure to search for female sleep apnea dentist near me and Google should provide you with accurate and reliable results. You can also check the “Meet the Doctors” section of an office’s website to learn all about the background and credentials of the sleep apnea dentists you’re considering.