Sleep apnea treatment using a dental oral appliance (dental mouthpiece) is an alternative to CPAP. Oral appliances have been registered by the FDA and may be used to treat sleep apnea when administered by a qualified dentist trained in Dental Sleep Therapy.

As a pioneer in the field of Dental Sleep Medicine, Dr. Martin Denbar has used Oral Appliance Therapy to treat sleep disordered breathing for over 23 years. He has treated thousands of patients. These cases have ranged from straightforward to exceptionally complex, involving combination therapies. Dr. Denbar has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine since 1999, and he has completed thousands of hours of continuing education. He has lectured and published on a regional and national stage and presently trains other dentists in this field.


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About Our Office

Office Phone: [512] 338-8120
Office Hours
Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6:00 pm


Scheduling Your Appointment

We respect your time and always make every effort to remain on schedule. For this reason, we schedule only one person at a time. This allows the doctor to provide personalized care. We have set this time aside exclusively for you. If you are unable to keep an appointment, kindly give us 24-hour notice. This courtesy on your part makes it possible to give your canceled appointed time to another patient in need of care. If you have not already filled out your patient forms, please arrive 30 minutes early to your first appointment so that you have time to complete the forms. Make sure you bring with you a list of your current medications, a copy of your last sleep study and the name, address and phone number of your physician. If you are using CPAP, please know what the air pressure is on your CPAP unit.


Your Concerns About Office Cleanliness and Infection Control

Sterilization is our top priority. We use as many disposable items as possible. As the members of our committed staff have families also, we look on sterilization as a personal as well as professional endeavor. You can be assured that office cleanliness and infection control are our top priority.

Financial Policy: Payment & Insurance

As a courtesy to our patients, our office will submit your medical insurance claims and accept the assignments. We do request payment at the time of treatment for the portion of service not covered by your insurance. This can range from 0-100% depending on your insurance policy. Our staff is very experienced with insurance matters and can answer any questions you may have. Financing is available at 0% interest for 6 months with Care Credit.


Our Professional & Friendly Staff

We understand the importance of a pleasant, friendly, and kind office staff in making you feel comfortable during your visit. No matter how competent a doctor is, it is often the staff that makes all the difference in helping a patient feel comfortable in an unfamiliar environment. Our employees are mature and experienced. They have years of training that allow them to assist you and the doctor in making your appointment the best that it can be. Our front office is motivated and highly trained to assist you with your questions, scheduling and insurance needs.

Please always feel free to ask questions and know that we are always available to assist your needs.

Austin Sleep Apnea and Snoring Therapy provides an alternative to CPAP therapy for snoring and mild to severe sleep apnea.

Insurance Assignments Accepted:

Our dentist, Dr. Denbar, is a Medicare and medical insurance in-network provider for most major medical insurance carriers.


Advanced Dental Sleep Business Seminar

Dr. Denbar is teaching an advanced billing and clinical seminar in Dental Sleep Medicine. This Dental Sleep Continuing Education (CE) Seminar focuses on medical insurance reimbursement, business principles and the clinical aspects of this field. This course picks up where most clinical courses end and guides you through the practical business aspect of dental sleep medicine while illuminating the medical-legal implications.


Learn more about this seminar