At-Home Sleep Testing


Accurate Testing & Diagnosis
from the comfort of home.

Around 90% of people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are undiagnosed. This means that these individuals are not only facing serious health risks but are suffering in their everyday lives from the impact of sleep apnea.

Testing and diagnosis is one of the biggest barriers to treating patients who suffer from sleep apnea. Individuals don’t get tested because they aren’t aware of sleep apnea symptoms or risk factors, don’t know where to get tested or fear having to spend nights in a sleep lab. We help patients overcome these obstacles to live their healthiest life.

Our mission is to help Portland live happier, healthier lives through better sleep.

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Testing for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Testing for OSA is a critical first step in diagnosing your condition. 

By testing for OSA, you will:

  • Receive a prompt diagnosis
  • Be able to reduce the risk of serious health conditions, such as heart attack, stroke, and diabetes
  • Improve your sleep so that you can share a bed with your partner again
  • Be able to rule out other sleep disorders
  • Receive the necessary information for a physician
  • Be able to proceed with the right treatment for the severity of your condition

Are You at Risk?

Do you find yourself desparate for a nap and unable to figure out why you’re so tired all the time? You may have undiscovered risks of obstructive sleep apnea! We’re here to help – fill out our free screener and our team will analyze it and discuss your results!

At-Home Sleep Testing

In-lab sleep tests are often uncomfortable and expensive – our home sleep testing option is preferred by patients in Portland!



These tests cost less and do not require expensive overnight stays.



The convenience of these tests makes them accessible and easy to use for millions of untreated patients.



Test in the comfort of your own home, with minimal wires and sensors.



These tests have been clinically proven to be accurate in diagnosing the severity of your sleep apnea.

Many patients suffer from sleep apnea simply because they haven’t been tested. Testing offers several benefits, and it is surprisingly easy to get tested.

Getting Tested is essential.

It’s simple and straightforward.

It’s easy to schedule an initial consultation and meet with one of our specialists. After you receive a diagnosis, you’ll be able to make a more informed decision about your health.

You can get started with treatment as soon as possible.

Sleep apnea can lead to serious health risks if untreated. Treating both sleep apnea and snoring can immediately improve your quality of life. Get tested as soon as possible to get started.

You can rule out more serious conditions.

A test may help confirm snoring or rule out OSA, which is much more serious. It’s worth the peace of mind.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Snoring Diagnoses

Accurate testing is the first step towards treatment. Our testing process leads to accurate diagnoses.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA):

OSA is characterized by repeated interruptions in breathing during sleep due to the partial or complete collapse of the upper airway. A sleep test can confirm sleep apnea as the cause and allow you to get treated as soon as possible.


Snoring is the harsh sound that occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues in your throat, causing a vibration as you breathe. Most adults and some children snore occasionally, but for some it can be a chronic problem. While often considered a common annoyance and disrupter of sleep, persistent snoring may indicate an underlying sleep disorder. A sleep test is needed because snoring alone can be treated, but it often is a symptom of or can lead to OSA.

Getting Started is Easy!

An at-home sleep test can help you get treat quickly and understand why your sleep quality if suffering.

Our team is ready to get your test to your door to be taken from the comfort of your own home.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the long-term health risks of untreated obstructive sleep apnea?

Untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has a noticeable impact on your life, often through snoring, poor sleep, and daytime fatigue. However, untreated OSA also can and does lead to serious or even fatal health risks long-term. Some of the long-term health risks include obesity, diabetes, anxiety, and depression, cancer, stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, Afib and other cardiovascular diseases. The risk of developing these serious health conditions is higher and they are more difficult to control if OSA is left untreated. OSA is treatable, and it’s best to treat the disorder as soon as possible. Our clinic works with physicians to diagnose OSA and offers a dental approach to treating OSA. Reach out today to schedule your consultation.