Are You Finally Ready for the Good Night's Sleep that You Deserve?

  • Is someone complaining about your snoring?
  • Has anyone ever told you that you stop breathing while you sleep?
  • Do you have High Blood Pressure, Acid Reflux, A-fib, or Diabetes?
  • Are you waking up once or more while you sleep?
  • Have you already been diagnosed with sleep apnea but you aren't wearing your CPAP?

If You Answered "YES" to any of these questions, schedule a Free Airway Consultation.

An Alternative to CPAP Therapy

Oral Appliances are:

  • Safe
  • Effective
  • Comfortable
  • Adjustable
  • Portable
  • Cost-Effective
  • FDA Approved

Dr. Tracy Gasbarra

Dr. Tracy Gasbarra is a dentist who has committed to maximizing successful treatment options for patients who suffer from sleep related breathing disorders. Dr. Gasbarra has received specialized advanced education and training from nationally known, Board Certified dentists specializing in sleep disordered breathing treatments. Dr. Gasbarra has practiced dentistry since graduating from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 2003.


Dr. Gasbarra treats patients using custom oral appliances and works together with primary care and sleep physicians to make sure that each patient is receiving the best and most effective treatment based on the severity of the disease and patient’s preference of treatment.


When you schedule a Free Airway Consultation with Dr. Tracy Gasbarra of Rest Well Sleep Solutions, Dr. Gasbarra and her team will talk with you and evaluate whether you may be a candidate for oral appliance therapy to treat your snoring and/or obstructive sleep apnea.


If you have not already had a sleep test, Dr. Gasbarra will help facilitate a sleep test that you can take in your own bed in the comfort of your own home. This sleep study will be scored and interpreted by a board certified sleep physician.


With a diagnosis and prescription from the sleep physician, Dr. Gasbarra can fit you with a customized oral appliance to treat your snoring and/or sleep apnea.


Because sleep apnea is a medical condition, your oral appliance can be billed through your medical insurance whether it be Medicare or Private Insurance.

Dr. Gasbarra and Iris

Your Next Steps

Step #1

Schedule a free airway consultation with Dr. Gasbarra

Step #2

Take a Sleep Test in the comfort of your own bed

Step #3

We will verify your insurance coverage and any out of pocket expense

Step #4

Dr. Gasbarra will fit you with a customized oral appliance to treat your snoring and/or sleep apnea

Serving Choctaw and Surrounding Areas

2401 Henney Rd, Choctaw, OK 73020, USA

Dr. Tracy Gasbarra

Dr. Tracy Gasbarra is a dentist who has committed to maximizing successful treatment options for patients who suffer from sleep related breathing disorders. Dr. Gasbarra has received specialized advanced education and training from nationally known, Board Certified dentists specializing in sleep disordered breathing treatments. Dr. Gasbarra has practiced dentistry since graduating from the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry in 2003.


Her interest in learning more about providing successful treatment options for snoring, upper airway resistance syndrome and obstructive sleep apnea was spurred back in 2015 when her mother-in-law, a Board Certified Pulmonologist & Sleep Doctor, brought it to her attention that the need was there for successful treatment options, such as oral appliance therapy, for patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea that cannot tolerate CPAP therapy.


This interest turned to passion after Dr. Gasbarra learned how life changing successful treatment for this disease can be, not only changing the sleeping atmosphere for the patient as well as the bed partner, but also creating a better overall physical and mental wellness (decrease in headaches, brain fog, impotence, bed wetting, high blood pressure, stroke, etc). Dr. Gasbarra works together with primary care and sleep physicians to make sure that each patient is receiving the best and most effective treatment based on the severity of the disease and patient’s preference of treatment.