3 Convenient Locations Across the Greater Phoenix Area

Chronic fatigue
is not the only

Many of the symptoms associated with sleep apnea affect both your mental and physical health. While chronic fatigue is often at the top of the list, other problems can arise that compromise your well-being, keeping you from getting the sleep you need.

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Our Team of Sleep Professionals

We improve
patients’ sleep patterns
for the future.

Dr. Layman, Dr. Roybal, and Dr. Wallmann believe in using non-surgical methods to treat obstructive sleep apnea . As board-certified sleep apnea doctors in Mesa who bring years of experience and advanced training, they maintain membership in the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and the American Sleep and Breathing Academy. Combining their knowledge and expertise, they avoid using invasive or bulky solutions and instead, help individuals near you sleep better with more manageable treatment options.

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Improving Restful Nights

At GoTo Sleep Center Mesa, our dedicated team is committed to transforming every patient’s visit from good to exceptional. From the friendly faces at the front desk to our expert treatment coordinators, sleep specialists, and billing professionals, each team member is devoted to providing unwavering support. We take pride in going the extra mile daily, answering questions, and taking the time to understand each patient’s unique needs. Your first appointment is just the beginning of what we hope will be a long and positive journey toward improved sleep health.

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What our patients say…

after a good night’s rest.

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“First time visit. The entire staff was amazing. Very informative about every step and what the process looks like. I’ve never been a fan of the dental atmosphere. However, I was made very comfortable. Anitra (hope I’m spelling it right) was super sweet!”

Daphne D., Phoenix, AZ
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“Wonderful experience all around. Dr. Layman and her staff are exceptional. They truly care about my sleep quality and quality of health. This is one doctor's office I enjoy going to! After my 1st week and a half of treatment, I'm already sleeping better, feeling better, have more energy, and fewer migraines. Thank you Dr. Layman.”

Karla B., Mesa, AZ
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“Amazing experience with Go to Sleep Center…I was given my device yesterday and used it last night. HOLY WOW! This is the first day I have woken up feeling refreshed and energetic in YEARS! I hope this isn't a placebo effect and it stays this way! Is this what normal people feel when they wake up????”

Anthony M., Scottsdale, AZ

What Makes Us Different

Delivering high-quality care with a patient-focused approach.

Not only is our Mesa sleep center solely devoted to treating sleep apnea, but our patients appreciate the care and attention they receive when visiting our office close by. From the ample time provided during each appointment to the personalization of treatment and commitment to affordability, we deliver nothing but the best.


Sleep Apnea
Focus Only

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Insurance &
Medicare Accepted

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We Treat You, Not
Just the Disease

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Customization you
need and deserve.

It is our goal to create fully customized oral appliances that not only work effectively to treat sleep apnea and prevent snoring but also fit comfortably and last. These are not one-size-fits-all oral devices that are quickly crafted. Instead, we take the time to understand a patient’s situation before fabricating a medical device that is designed to address their unique needs. Partnering with nearby state-of-the-art laboratories and using advanced technologies, we remain by our patients’ sides from beginning to end.

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3 Convenient Ways to Pay

Insurance Medicare CareCredit®

When paying for oral appliance therapy , our team of skilled experts near you can help patients navigate their insurance plans as well as discuss options for flexible financing through CareCredit to help keep expenses to a minimum.

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Finding Our Office Near You

If you’re having trouble getting a good night’s rest, you may wonder if you suffer from sleep apnea. Fortunately, you can easily obtain an official diagnosis by taking a sleep apnea test near you. Visiting our practice is your first step in achieving restful sleep once again! Not only can we confirm a diagnosis, but we can provide effective treatment to help you enjoy blissful sleep in no time. You can find us at 2150 S Dobson Rd Suite #3 in Mesa, which is on the corner of Dobson Rd and W Lindner Ave.

Frequently Asked Questions, Answered!

At Go to Sleep Center for CPAP Alternatives in Mesa, we encourage both current and potential patients to reach out if they have any questions about sleep apnea or our treatment approach. Please feel free to get in touch with us if there's anything you'd like to inquire about. If you’d like to do some preliminary research on your own, take a look at the FAQs below. You'll find our answers to some of the most common questions we get from people seeking treatment for a sleep disorder.

Can I Treat Sleep Apnea Myself?

While there are steps you can take at home to alleviate sleep apnea symptoms, such as losing weight or changing your sleeping position, it is typically recommended to seek guidance from a qualified professional. They can offer a tailored treatment plan that targets the underlying cause of your sleep disorder. If you're ready to experience more restful nights, don't hesitate to reach out to us at your earliest convenience.

Can an Oral Appliance Replace CPAP?

CPAP therapy is widely used to treat sleep apnea, but some people discontinue its use because they find the machine uncomfortable. If you're interested in exploring alternatives to your CPAP machine, switching to oral appliance therapy may be an option.

Oral appliances not only provide greater comfort compared to CPAP masks, but are also more user-friendly and convenient for travel. Dr. Paskalev and our team will assess your situation to determine if you are a suitable candidate for oral appliance therapy.

How Much Does a Sleep Apnea Oral Appliance Cost?

Keep in mind that there are several types of oral appliances available, and the specific one you choose will impact the cost of your treatment. We are committed to providing clear information about the financial aspects of your care. Additionally, we accept a range of insurance plans, including Medicare, and offer the option of using CareCredit financing to make your treatments more affordable.

What Are the Warning Signs of Sleep Apnea?

Frequent, loud snoring is a hallmark symptom of sleep apnea. On top of that, people with this condition often report feeling unusually fatigued during the day. They may also encounter sudden shifts in mood, bouts of depression, and difficulties with concentration. Additionally, sleep apnea can pose challenges to weight management. If you suspect you may have sleep apnea, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We'll gladly guide you through the process of diagnosing and treating your sleep disorder.