The Silent, Cord Free Sleep Apnea and Snoring Solution

The sleek, non-invasive alternative to CPAP therapy using a custom built dental appliance that effectively treats sleep apnea in order to provide a quieter and more rejuvenating night’s rest.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

Here are some amazing stories and testimonials of patients we have had the chance to serve.

Dr. McLain and her team are excellent.  I really like care professionals when they are able to execute on their promise.  The care I receive is top notch. It is kind and courteous with thoughtful help and a smile.  I highly recommend you consider treatment options as you'll be in great hands!

Sol R.
Via Google Reviews

What a great group of people. Every question was answered more thoroughly than I expected, and the whole process of creating a custom-fitting mouth piece was easy. And I can't say enough about Dr. Brenna McLain — so glad I was referred to her!

Todd C.
Via Google Reviews

Dr. McLain and the entire staff at the center are amazing. Dr. McLain has an abundance of energy and excitement to treat and help solve sleep apnea issues. Communicative and supportive, she not only has thorough understanding of the industry but helps to communicate goals and milestones. The staff is also communicative and exceedingly respectful of people's schedules. This office is an industry leader in the Rocky Mountain region, and you can't go wrong to schedule a consultation and treatment.

Clint P.
Via Google Reviews
About Our Dentist

Snoring and Sleep Apnea Expert

Dr. Brenna McLain is a dual diplomate trained dentist in the field 0f airway management with over 10 years experience providing individualized care for sleep breathing issues through the use of dental appliances. She is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and of the Academy of Clinical Sleep Disorders Disciplines making her a premier provider of snoring and sleep apnea solutions. She served in the Air Force for many years as a dentist inside the Pentagon treating snoring and sleep apnea in some of our nation’s top officials. She has also served in private practice helping men and women just like you get a better night’s sleep. Her clinic is exclusively dedicated to helping patients sleep and feel their best.

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How We Treat Sleep Apnea With A Dental Appliance

Our philosophy



Identify the severity of your sleep breathing problems with home sleep testing.  Discuss current roadblocks keeping you from a good night’s rest.  Thoroughly examine you and your unique anatomy.



Select and precisely fabricate the exact dental appliance best suited for your mouth.



Provide close support and follow up to improve your success and enhance your overall sleep quality.

What is Sleep Apnea?

A large percentage of the population has a dangerous and sometimes fatal sleep disorder known as sleep apnea. This condition is known as the silent killer.

This ongoing stimulation of the brain and the muscles of the upper airway prevents the body from achieving the deep slumber it needs night after night. Patients may have severe daytime headaches and lethargy for years before receiving the diagnosis and necessary therapy for their sleep apnea because the condition doesn’t always fully awaken sufferers at night.

The hallmark of this issue is persistent, unconscious breathing pauses. These disruptions, or so-called apneic episodes, can last anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes and happen up to 30 times in a single hour. Apneic occurrences put the body at risk because they cause the bloodstream’s oxygen levels to drop while its carbon dioxide, or CO2, levels rise. The brain is then prompted by this imbalance to open the airway fast, which results in loud snores and partial awakening.

Patient Results

Let us show you how a full night’s rest has dramatically improved our patients’ lives and what they  are saying about Refresh Snoring and Sleep Apnea Center.

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