How Daybreak Works
The sleep lab that comes to you
Wear our FDA-cleared At-Home Sleep Test on your finger, and your vitals will be sent via app to our doctors to analyze. They’ll then diagnose if you have sleep apnea and if Daybreak is right for you.
Create custom device in minutes
An impression kit will be shipped to your door with step-by-step instructions, along with a link to an easy-to-follow video. It only takes a few minutes, and when you’re done, just send it back to us and we’ll create your custom Daybreak Device.
Start your doctor-directed treatment
Your discreet Daybreak Device will be delivered within a few days. Crafted with precision by our expert doctors, the device fits like a retainer and will improve your sleep health. All that’s left is for you to get the sleep you’ve been dreaming about.
Wake up to life
Experience better sleep, better health, and better days with our dedicated clinical team by your side. We’re here to answer any questions and guide you toward achieving quality sleep and its life-changing benefits.
The Science of Daybreak
The Daybreak Device was developed by an expert team of doctors, dentists and sleep health specialists. The device is FDA-cleared, fits like a retainer, and subtly moves your lower jaw forward to open your airway to relieve snoring and sleep apnea while you rest. 94% of people report less snoring and over 90% of people continue treatment at 2.5 years.Why Daybreak
All from the comfort of
your own home
No sleep labs. No doctor’s offices. No waiting months to get care. From testing to treatment, every step of our clinically proven, FDA-cleared system comes to you. It’s the simplest and easiest way to treat sleep apnea.GET STARTED
The Daybreak Difference
Completely at-home process
Get tested, diagnosed, and treated without ever stepping into a doctor’s office. From sleep test to impression kit, our entire process is delivered at your convenience and happens in the comfort of your home.
Covered by insurance & risk-free
Treatment is covered by most major health insurance providers. We’ll handle the billing process for extra ease, and stand behind our devices with a 3 month risk-free guarantee.
Doctor-driven, clinically proven
We deliver a doctor-driven diagnosis and treatment plan backed by top sleep specialists and dental experts. Not only are our custom devices effective, but they’re also clinically proven and FDA-cleared.
Fastest way to diagnose and treat
We’ve innovated the entire process to make it easier and 3x faster to get better sleep and better health. We’ll continue to innovate to enhance the treatment of sleep apnea.
Daybreak vs. The Industry
|Discreet and Portable
|Easy to Maintain
The Daybreak Device is proudly manufactured in the United States and is individually tested before leaving our dental lab. At Daybreak, we stand by the high quality and workmanship of our mandibular advancement devices with a 3 Year Guarantee
Covered By Medical Insurance
We’ll collect your medical insurance information and verify your coverage details to ensure your benefits are being maximized. Our insurance team will then work with medical and dental experts to handle the claim filing process on your behalf, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?
OSA is a condition where your muscles relax too much during sleep, causing your throat to narrow or close. This can briefly stop your breathing tens or even hundreds of times per night, affecting your oxygen levels and sleep quality. OSA affects an estimated 54 million adults in the US.
- What are the signs & symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?
It's important to note that not everyone with OSA will experience all of these symptoms, and the severity can vary. If you suspect you or someone you know may have OSA, seeking medical evaluation and diagnosis is essential for proper treatment.
- Loud Snoring: Snoring that is often loud and disruptive is a common indicator of OSA.
- Pauses in Breathing: Breathing interruptions during sleep, often followed by gasping or choking sounds.
- Excessive Daytime Sleepiness: Feeling excessively tired during the day, even after what seems like a full night's sleep.
- Morning Headaches: Waking up with frequent headaches, which may be caused by oxygen deprivation during sleep.
- Difficulty Concentrating: Trouble focusing, poor memory, and difficulty staying alert throughout the day.
- Irritability: Mood changes, increased irritability, and emotional sensitivity.
- Restless Sleep: Tossing and turning during sleep, or frequent awakenings.
- Dry Mouth or Sore Throat: Waking up with a dry mouth or sore throat can be indicative of breathing difficulties during sleep.
- Frequent Urination at Night: Needing to use the bathroom frequently during the night.
- Decreased Libido: Reduced interest in sexual activity or intimate relationships.
- Why is it crucial to treat obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?
If left unaddressed, OSA can lead to persistent daytime fatigue, frequent morning headaches, and memory difficulties. Numerous accidents, whether in transportation, work settings, or other contexts, have been directly attributed to untreated obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Research indicates that untreated OSA raises the likelihood of various health complications, including hypertension, congestive heart failure, atrial fibrillation, coronary artery disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes.
- How is snoring different from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)?
Snoring is the sound made during sleep due to the vibration of relaxed tissues in the throat. It's a common issue and may not require medical treatment. On the other hand, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a more serious condition where breathing temporarily stops or becomes shallow repeatedly during sleep. OSA can cause disruptions in sleep, lower oxygen levels, and impact overall health. While snoring can be a symptom of OSA, not all snorers have OSA.
- What is an At Home Sleep Test (AHST)?
The At Home Sleep Test is a monitor that fits on your finger while you sleep, and measures key vital sign indicators in the diagnosis of sleep apnea. The device pairs with a mobile app and transmits the data to our team of sleep specialists for analysis. We will inform you of your diagnosis and any recommended treatment.
90% Success Rate
Your Best Sleep