sleep2.jpgHow Long Do Dental Devices Last?

Longevity of dental sleep devices is highly dependent on the person using the device, and depends on the specific device made, forces placed on the device, and your care of the device. If the device is well-maintained, it should easily last for two to five years before needing to be replaced. Most medical insurance providers will pay for construction of a new dental sleep device every two years and their longevity can be from one to many years in length.

Each type of Dental Sleep Solutions® device has its own warranty, and typically any problems with the device during the first year are covered by the cost of your initial treatment fee. If after the first year a dental sleep device needs repair or to be reconstructed, the replacement fee is less than the initial cost of the device (Learn about dental devices).