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At Premier Sleep Solutions, we understand that snoring and sleep apnea are more than just a nuisance. From lack of sleep to high blood pressure, to relationship problems, these issues can have serious physical and psychological effects on those around them. We can help.

As a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine for the past seven years, Dr. Shad Morris has treated sufferers of sleep apnea, CPAP intolerance, and snoring. Overwhelmingly, what he saw in his patients was a shared sense of frustration.

The beginnings of Premier Sleep Solutions started when Dr. Shad L. Morris began observing the toll that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) was taking on the oral health of his patients. In particular, a friend and dental patient whom he treated suddenly passed away in his sleep from obstructive sleep Apnea one night due to not wearing his CPAP.

Dr. Morris decided he wanted to help save lives by treating OSA.   In taking many continuing education courses on OSA, along with the trained staff, Premier Sleep Solutions is now saving lives daily. His involvement in sleep medicine turned from primarily screening for sleep apnea to now having very close relationships with sleep physicians and allied health professionals in the community in treating this disease.

“Premier Sleep Solutions is excited with the direction that sleep medicine is taking and we feel that we are positively contributing to the awareness and treatment of this under diagnosed disorder. Through good communication with our patients and with our multidisciplinary team of allied health professionals and physicians, we look to have great success in helping to manage this serious disease.”   -Dr. Shad L. Morris

Dr. Morris doesn’t mind because he believes in doing the right thing and helping those who worked hard to give him the opportunities to thrive today; giving back is the right thing to do. When I interviewed him for the position in December of 2017, he told me it’s not about the money it’s about successful outcomes, I knew he was the right guy to bring that same attitude to treating members of the NFLPA. Read More

David Gergen – Pro Player Health Alliance

David Gergen – Pro Player Health Alliance
I love my device! I sleep so much better! The office staff is very knowledgable and friendly. High recommend to anyone with sleep apnea looking to sleep better.

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Ben H.

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Questions About Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is defined as the cessation of breathing during sleep. Apnea specialists generally agree that there are three different types of sleep apnea: obstructive, central, and mixed. Of these three, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most common; central sleep apnea is rare; mixed sleep apnea is a combination of the previous two with treatment being the same as OSA.
Some of the Symptoms include: loud, frequent snoring, stopping breathing at night, excessive daytime fatigue, The best way to find out if you have sleep apnea is to participate in a sleep study.
Yes. just contact us and we can set you up with a sleep study. We will provide you with all of the equipment you need to do the study in the privacy of your own home.
We provide our clients with an oral appliance. It works by positioning the lower jaw and tongue in a more forward position during sleep. As the tongue moves forward, the airway opens up, making breathing easier.​​
In most cases, Yes. It depends on your insurance plan. Once we have your insurance information we can check your benefits and let you know if treatment is covered.

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