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Replace your CPAP with an FDA cleared appliance for Sleep Apnea

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Extensive Advanced Training with Sleep Group Solutions & Experts in the Field of Sleep Apnea Therapy
Dr. Homoky and His Team have Spent 100+ hours in Sleep Apnea Education
Offers FDA-Approved Oral Appliance Therapy (OAT) for Sleep Breathing Conditions an Alternative for CPAP


To treating Sleep Apnea and replacing your CPAP

We will verify if you have any out of pocket expenses.
When you come in for your free consultation Dr. Homoky will determine if you are a candidate for an oral appliance.
Dr. Homoky will provide a custom-fit FDA cleared oral appliance for treating your sleep apnea

Want to Replace your CPAP?

Sleep Apnea is a life threatening disorder and should not go un-treated just because you can’t tolerate your CPAP! We can make a custom-fit FDA cleared oral appliance for treating sleep apnea. The mouthpiece will adjust your lower jaw and your tongue to help keep your airways open while you sleep.

CPAP in the past has been the gold standard of treatment for sleep apnea–The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) physicians at AASM.org say presently that a CPAP may increase the spread of the corona virus and that they now recommend only making oral appliances through a dentist to treat the sleep apnea


Is Sleep Apnea keeping you awake? Is snoring keeping your spouse awake? We have a simple solution – an alternative to the cumbersome CPAP.

Sleep Apnea is a life-threatening disorder and should not go un-treated because you can’t wear your CPAP! We can make a custom-fit plastic mouthpiece for treating sleep apnea. The mouthpiece will adjust your lower jaw and your tongue to help keep your airways open while you sleep.

Benefits of OAT for Sleep Apnea

Sleep Apnea can be solved with a simple in-mouth appliance (like a retainer). This oral appliance is provided by highly trained dentists. According to the Department of Health, 80% of people prefer an appliance over a CPAP.

  • Treated sleep apnea patients live 8 years longer
  • A single oral appliance could save your life
  • Can be tested for sleep apnea without leaving home
First-Line Treatment Option for Mild to Moderate Sleep Apnea
FDA Approved
Covered by Most Insurance Companies
Allows Sleeping in any Position
Comfortable to Wear
Completely Silent
Small & Lightweight for Easy Travel
Easy to Clean

Sleep Apnea Quiz

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We can Bill Your Medical Insurance

To accommodate all our patients, we accept a variety of payment methods.

Dr. Joseph M. Homoky, DMD

Dr. Homoky, originally from Highland, Illinois, has made his home in Port Charlotte.

Dr. Homoky has taught at the Edison College Hygiene School in Florida and continues to train dental assisting students from Charlotte County Dental Assisting School providing clinical rotations at his office. Dr. Homoky is a dental implant instructor and mentor for Implant Seminars, the largest dental implant surgery training center in the country.

In his spare time, Dr. Homoky enjoys spending time with his family and raising his son. He loves being around the ocean, fishing, scuba diving, as well as running marathons and competing in triathlons.


  • Bachelor of Science Degree (BS) in Medical Biology and Chemistry, Southern Illinois University
  • Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD), Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine
  • Provides the Latest in Technology and Medicine by Completing 450+ Hours of Dental Implant Continuing Education between 2010 and 2012.


  • Member of the International Dental Implant Association & holds all 3 levels- Mastership, Diplomate, & Fellowship
  • Certified with Institute for Laser Dentistry, and with the HOYA ConBio College of Clinical Laser Dentistry.
  • Certified in Oral Sedation.
  • Certified with The World Academy of Radiosurgery.
  • Certified with Implant Seminars on Implant Placement and Bone Management.
  • Completed Advanced Education in Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry with The Hornbrook Group, with emphasis in Functional Anterior Aesthetics and also in Occlusion.


  • Travels to the Dominican Republic multiple times a year, usually for a four day weekend where he’ll work early mornings through to late nights donating dental services to the needy, specializing in dental implants and jaw reconstruction in preparation for dental implant placement. He mentors doctors from around the world; teaching them to perform these advanced procedures.
  • Taught at Edison College Hygiene school, and he also trains dental assisting students from Charlotte County Vo-Tech by providing clinical rotations at the office multiple times a year.
  • Participates in the MDA Lock-up, which is a charity for muscular dystrophy where a Charlotte County
  • Police Officer comes and takes Dr. Joe to “jail” and Dr. has to “raise bail”. All the money goes to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
  • Volunteers for “Give Kids a Smile”, which is a non-profit organization that he participates in by providing free dentistry to underserved local children.
Dr. Yamila Noriega
General Dentist


  • Doctor of Stomatology, Institute of Medical Sciences, Cuba
  • Graduated, from Rutgers School of Dental Medicine


  • American Dental Association (ADA)
  • Florida Dental Association
  • West Coast Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry (AGD)
  • Sarasota County Dental Association
  • Shark Tooth Study Club

"During my fourth academic year at Rutgers I was one of eleven students selected to participate in the Community Oriented Dental Education (CODE) program. The CODE program expanded my knowledge, shaped my skills, and abilities while delivering care to the underserved. I was able to see a wide range of patients from medically compromised to those with HIV/AIDS. My primary goal as a dentist is to provide the best possible patient care experience in a friendly and caring environment. I would listen to your questions and concerns and I would love to help you achieve your dental goals. I also speak Spanish. I love everything about healthy lifestyle, traveling, international cuisine and philanthropy."


Kenneth J.
My first visit was only a consultation but I was very well received by a very friendly crew and Milissa who was extremely knowledgeable in the area of sleep apnea and other connected areas. Thank You

What is sleep apnea?

Regular Breathing

When you breathe while sleeping, air enters your mouth and nose and freely passes through the back of your throat and into your lungs.

Sleep Apnea Breathing

Sleep Apnea is characterized by loud or heavy snoring interrupted by the stopping of breathing for more than 10 seconds. The word “apnea” literally means “without breath.” It occurs when the muscles and tissues in the back of your throat relax and collapse your airway while you sleep. Snoring occurs when air attempts to pass through this collapsed airway causing the tissues to vibrate but when the airflow is severely disrupted your breathing stops for a few seconds until your body responds by waking you up.

Treatment Options

We have simple solutions and we have alternatives.

There are only 2 FDA cleared products that will help to eliminate or reduce sleep apnea by opening the blocked airway in the back of your throat, a simple in-mouth oral appliance or a CPAP machine.

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is pressurized air from a bedside machine, delivered through a tube that connects to a mask that covers the nose. The air forces and maintains the airway open while you sleep.

Oral Appliance Therapy is completely non-invasive, comfortable and painless. It is a mouthpiece, for patients with primary snoring or mild to moderate Sleep Apnea. It works by repositioning your jaw forward preventing the muscles at the back of your throat from collapsing, keeping your airway open to allow adequate air intake.

Health Risks of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

People with corona virus almost always have pre-existing obstructive sleep apnea. Cardiovascular and respiratory conditions cause people to be more liable for Covid-19–are typical symptoms of sleep apnea. Getting treated for sleep apnea can help get through this crisis.

Untreated, sleep apnea can cause:

  • Premature Death
  • Drug resistant high blood pressure
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Memory problems
  • Obesity
  • Impotency
  • Headaches

Solve Your Snoring and Sleep Apnea Without CPAP or Surgery!

For those who are struggling with Sleep Apnea or Snoring, are frustrated with using a CPAP, or have a family member, friend, neighbor, or co-worker who has these problems, contact us to schedule a free consultation with us to learn more.
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