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Welcome to an Amazing New Dental Sleep Experience

We can’t wait to show you why Dr Sandra MacDonald's patients love her!

We realize that you have several options for your sleep apnea needs in New England. It is truly our privilege to serve you, which is why our highly skilled team will always go above and beyond to ensure you have a pleasant dental experience.

Our Mission is to provide your family with excellent dental health and a custom treatment plan for all of your long-term sleep goals.

Dr. MacDonald

Dr. MacDonald graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tufts School of Dental Medicine. While in Dental School she was actively involved in research concerning the oral complications of wind instrumentalists. After graduation, she worked in the Oral Medicine Department of Tufts Dental School and The New England Medical Center, treating patients with oral complications due to medical conditions. In 1992, she started her practice in Plymouth, MA and will be celebrating twenty seven years of service to the Plymouth community this year.

Now with the added specialty in Dental Sleep Medicine, completing over 500 hours of continuing education. Dr. MacDonald has completed a Mini Residency Program for sleep apnea as well as TMD and Craniofacial pain at Tufts University. She has been awarded Diplomate status of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, American Dental Association, and Massachusetts Dental Association. She can expertly explain the benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy vs CPAP.

Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

Eight Reasons for Oral Appliance Therapy

Covered By Medical Insurance

Since Sleep Apnea is considered a medical diagnosis, we bill your medical insurance and not your dental insurance.

Ease of Use, Needs No Power

Once properly fitted, it is very comfortable, small in size and requires zero electricity.

Travel Friendly (and Silent)

Much easier to transport for road trips. Ideal for camping and it's silent for those awkward significant other/roommate situations.

CPAP Intolerance

OAT is a great alternative if you suffer from the side effects of CPAP, such as dry mouth from the forced air, stuffy nose, feeling claustrophobic, skin irritation, difficulty falling asleep.

Fitted By an Experienced Sleep Dentist

From Initial assessment, to final fitting, A comprehensive dental professional will ensure comfort.

Ease of Care

Cleaning involves minimal effort.

Ease Of Compliance

Statistics show a much higher average rate of compliance with a Dental Appliance at over 95%. While CPAP compliance is less then 50% after six months. You are at risk without treatment!

Durable

With proper daily cleaning Oral Appliances can last many years.

Do Insurance Issues Feel Like Pulling Teeth?

Dr. MacDonald was awarded Diplomate Status of the American Board Of Dental Sleep Medicine. She is willing and able to help bill your medical insurance to get the most for your oral appliance.

The last thing you should worry about is dealing with insurance companies. We have decades of experience with insurance claims and can handle everything on your behalf.

Our Hours

monday 8:30am - 7:00pm
tuesday 8:30am - 5:00pm
thursday 9:30am - 5:00pm
friday 9:00am - 4:00pm

Are You Struggling With Using a CPAP?

Dr Sandra L MacDonald DMD can determine if Your Snoring Or Sleep Apnea can be treated by Oral Appliance Therapy. Click Below to Request an Appointment for your Oral Appliance Assessment!

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