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The DROWZLE™ Sleep App

Dental Sleep’s Only At-Home Screening and Testing App

As a dental professional, you monitor and protect your patients’ health, not just their teeth. You may be the health care provider your patients see most often, so it’s important to screen and test them for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

How Good Sleep Can Help Your Patients

Change Patients Lives With Good Sleep

Tracking Your Patients Sleep Simplified

Screen and Test Efficiently plus Monitor Obstructive Sleep Apnea Accurately


A simple, efficient, and consistent method for identifying patients who have a high probability of OSA.


Visual reports (HIPPA compliant) that educate and motivate patients to seek provider care and treatment when appropriate.


Confidently review data and make educated treatment recommendations for your patients who suffer from poor sleep .


Provides data showing therapy effectiveness and success.  Opportunity to attract new dental sleep patients.

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Quickly and clearly educate your patients on the importance of quality sleep.

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How Good Sleep Can Help Your Patients

Change Patients Lives With Good Sleep

As a dental professional, you monitor and protect your patients’ health-not just their teeth. You may also be the health care provider your patients see most often. That’s why it’s important to screen all of your patients for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

More Power with DROWZLE PRO

Patient Home Sleep Testing With Certified Interpretation

Included with every DROWZLE membership is the ability to test and evaluate your patient’s sleep health using their smartphone. Once your patient completes their night’s sleep the data is sent to a Board-certified sleep specialist and a diagnosis is sent back to you. 

Only available in the United States. Check your dental board for local regulations and limitations.
A separate charge of $50 is billed for each interpretation processed through DROWZLE PRO.
Only available on Apple iPhone 7, 8, or X


While a diagnosis of OSA is usually made by a physician, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that dentists should screen for OSA and other sleep-related disorders that can shorten their patients’ lives. As described by the ADA, the policy offers guidance for dentists.

  • Assessing the risk of children and adults for sleep-related breathing disorders as part of a comprehensive medical history.
  • Staying up-to-date on dental sleep medicine research and training.
  • Communicating with other health care providers on the patient’s treatment after referral for a sleep-related breathing disorder.

The ADA policy also stated that dentists are “the only healthcare provider with the knowledge and expertise to provide oral appliance therapy,” a common and effective treatment for OSA¹.

OSA is a life-threatening disorder that affects nearly 30 million American adults. Over the past two decades, the estimated prevalence of OSA has increased by 14% to 55%, and most individuals who have OSA are undiagnosed or untreated. By providing a simple screening as recommended by the American Dental Association, you may be the first health care professional to detect obstructive sleep apnea in a patient. For patients that do have OSA, many may be unaware of oral appliance therapy (OAT) as a successful alternative to CPAP.¹

Common symptoms of OSA include:

  • Loud, frequent snoring
  • Observed to stop breathing for prolonged periods during sleep
  • Choking or gasping while sleeping
  • Morning headaches and nausea
  • Excessive daytime sleepiness
  • Irritability or feelings of depression
  • Disturbed sleep
  • Concentration and memory problems
  • Waking up frequently to urinate
  • Loss of sex drive, impotence or both

People who have untreated OSA are:

  • Four times more likely to have a stroke than someone without OSA.
  • Up to seven times more likely to have a serious or fatal car crash.
  • More likely to have a high body mass index by their late 20s.
  • More likely to suffer from mood and behavior problems, headaches, difficulty concentrating and memory issues.

The DROWZLE Sleep App is available for use on both Android and iPhones.

The DROWZLE Pro home sleep test is available for use on iPhone 7, 8, or X model.

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Devdent is the exclusive distributor of DROWZLE™ for Dental Professionals.
iPhone and the App Store are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
DROWZLE™ and DROWZLE PRO™ are registered trademarks of Resonea Inc.
DROWZLE™ is not a substitute for and should not be used in lieu of medical evaluation and treatment by a licensed healthcare professional.
DROWZLE PRO™ is a stand-alone software medical device, available by prescription, which currently operates on an Apple iPhone 7, 8, or X model.
DROWZLE PRO™ is FDA cleared to diagnose sleep apnea.

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