Breathe Easier, Sleep Better.

For Patients

At Three Sisters Sleep we use our expertise to help our patients overcome Obstructive Sleep Apnea and enable them to have more energy, enhanced focus, and lowered risk of heart attack and stroke. If you currently struggle with snoring, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, or CPAP intolerance, we invite you to come in for a consultation.

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Ready to Get a Good Night’s Sleep?

We’re here to help! Explore our range of personalized solutions for sleep apnea, empowering you to take that crucial first step towards a more peaceful and rejuvenating sleep experience. With a dedicated team by your side, we provide practical guidance, ensuring you navigate your journey to better sleep with confidence and support.


What to Expect on Your Visit

Patient Liaison greeting patient shaking hands in the front of the office.

1. Consultation

We begin with a consultation to learn more about your history and make sure oral device therapy is a good fit for you.

Dr. Kylie Wasserman discussing options with patient.

2. Financial Options

We will review your insurance benefits and help maximize your coverage.

Patient being examined for appropriate oral device.

3. Exam

Dr. Wasserman will complete an examination to ensure and oral device is an appropriate therapy option.

Patient being scanned to ensure proper fitting device.

4. Scans

We will complete intraoral scans to ensure a precise fit of your oral device.

Patient and Dr. Kylie Wasserman discussing the oral device.

5. Device Selection

Based on the exam and scans, we will determine which oral device is the best fit for you.

Patient placing oral device.

6. Delivery

Once your oral device arrives, our dedicated team will ensure a comfortable fit and provide all of the tools needed for successful therapy.

Dr. Kylie Wasserman and patient on a follow-up appointment discussing  treatment.

7. Follow-Up

We will follow-up with your regularly to optimize your treatment and track your progress.

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8. Efficacy Sleep Study

When we have found your optimal position, we will collaborate with your sleep physician to complete an efficacy sleep study. This will help us assess the effectiveness of your oral device.

Portrait of Dr. Kylie Wasserman smiling.