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You are probably here for one of the 2 reasons

Reason 1
You think you might have sleep apnea and wants to be tested.

Reason 2
You have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and looking for a solution.

Whether your reason is you might have sleep apnea and want to know what it’s all about- and what can you do or if your reason is that you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and looking for a solution or you are using a CPAP machine and you either cannot or won't wear it or you stopped using it due to the recall of the machines and masks and looking for a CPAP alternative. Whatever your reason is ...


Who is Dr. Howard Hoffman, DDS (Doc H)?

Howard J Hoffman, DDS, MPS

Dental Sleep Medicine- Sleep Related Breathing Disorders
Obstructive Sleep Apnea and TMJ Disorders


  • Dr. Hoffman has Sleep Apnea. Diagnosed in 1997.
  • Could not tolerate the CPAP machine and started using a Dental Mouthpiece to manage his Sleep Apnea
  • Devoted full time to treating others with Sleep Apnea and TMJ Disorders

Dr. Hoffman is a member of:

What Does Elite Sleep do to help?

My purpose is to be a positive agent for change in the lives of those people who invite me in to join them. I do this by helping these people learn to take better care of themselves

Avrom King


Increase Quality of Life (QOL) Through Better Sleep

After all……

Sleep is Life ™

My Story

Philosophy: Our Quality of Life is controlled by:

  • Body Structure
  • Biochemical Makeup (our DNA and what nutrients we feed it)
  • Emotional and Spiritual State

There is a balance that changes all the time depending on the interaction of all three components and is greatly influenced by SLEEP

Sleep or lack of it affects everything:

  • How we feel when we awaken: Refreshed? Sore? Beaten Up?
  • Our Moods- Depression, anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar
  • How we function- Cognitive
  • Headaches
  • Relationships- Snoring
  • Cardiac health – high blood pressure, strokes, A-fib
  • Diabetes – our ability to manage diabetes
  • Drowsy Driving
  • ED and Sex drive

TREATMENT begins by helping you identify how you are affected by Sleep Apnea what is the most important reason for YOU to get that under control.
Elite Sleep is an integral member of your healthcare team that works with you to help manage your Sleep Breathing Disorder.

Dr. Hoffman will discuss and counsel on Sleep Hygiene and Living a Sleep Lifestyle that promotes your OVERALL HEALTH
s a balance that changes all the time depending on the interaction of all three components and is greatly influenced by SLEEP.

Everything is related

Structure Affects the flow of air into your lungs

BioChemical Makeup affects hoe your body can handle your conditions and Co-Morbidities

Emotional and Spiritual affects how you are able to process and cope with your conditions

If you want help- Dr Hoffman and Elite Sleep is here to help guide you through the process of managing your Sleep Disorder

We help open your airway with an FDA Approved Oral Appliance

We work with YOU and your Physicians to help you achieve your Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI)

Whether you are here to find an alternative to the CPAP or to learn more about Sleep Apnea and take control of your health
We are here for you.

WE UNDERSTAND- Check out Dr. Hoffman’s personal story.

If what we are saying “Rings True”

Take the short Survey Quiz below

And schedule a consultation with DocH to discuss your concerns, your options to get diagnosed and treated by your healthcare TEAM, as best suits your needs.

You will be glad you did!

What Makes an
FDA Oral Appliance Therapy Great!

custom-made for each patient

  • There are over 150 different styles for different types of sleep apnea.
  • Each oral appliance is custom-made for each individual patient.
  • They are FDA and DOT approved.

comfortable & quiet sleep with no hassles

  • They have NO: Masks, Hoses, Wires, Tubes, Straps, or Air Pumps.
  • They slip into your mouth easily and quickly.
  • They don’t force air into you. You breathe naturally.
  • 80% preferred over a CPAP for comfortability.
  • You can simply adjust the bottom jaw and bite.

easy maintenance and covered by most insurance

  • Clean them with a toothbrush and toothpaste.
  • 100% scare-free. Dogs, kids, and bed partners won’t notice.
  • They travel in a shirt-pocket-sized plastic case.
  • Covered by most health plans
  • Covered by Medicare*

What Our Happy Clients Are Saying:

"A thank you note from a spouse: 'You are a Relationship Saver!!'

I am sleeping peacefully and best of all – so is Matt. 🙂

Thank you SO much for introducing Matt to the "oral appliance"!!

You’ve extended both of our lives!

Jullie William

"I simply couldn’t wear a CPAP. I didn’t know what to do.

Then I found out about an oral sleep appliance. Now, I wear mine every night and I wake up feeling great.

If you can’t wear a CPAP, do something about it."

Juan Hardy

Frequently Ask Questions by Clients

How is an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance different than a cheap snore guard from the drug store?

The quick answer can be found in the two different names. Snoring is irritating to others but not life threatening. Obstructive Sleep Apnea, however, kills thousands of people each year.

If you read the packaging on a snore guard or similar product, you will NOT find any mention of sleep apnea at all. The FDA has approved snore guards to treat snoring but definitely not Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

An Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance treats Obstructive Sleep Apnea AND snoring and, as a special added bonus, can save your life.

Will an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance give me TMJ?

Any appliance used in the mouth is capable of displacing your bite mechanics and giving you TMJ. However, Dr. Hoffman sees you a number of times after your Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance is first custom fitted to you. These follow-up visits allow Dr. Hoffman to perfectly adjust your appliance to specifically NOT give you TMJ.

If I am comfortable with my CPAP, should I switch to an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance?

If you are currently wearing your CPAP for at least 6 hours a night, then there is no reason to switch to an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance.

That being said, however, many of our patients use both. They use their CPAP when they are at home following their normal sleep routine. But, when they’re traveling, camping, napping on the couch, or doing any number of activities where a CPAP is cumbersome or impossible to use, they sleep with their easily portable and convenient Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance instead.

Can I wear an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance if I wear dentures?

At this time, you cannot wear an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance if you are totally edentulous (have no teeth) and wear dentures. However if you are wearing a partial and have some teeth left, wearing an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance is possible.

Will an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance treat severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

The FDA does not recommend using an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance to treat severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea. However, they don’t say that it CAN’T be used to treat severe Sleep Apnea. To be honest, if you are not currently using your CPAP to control your sleep apnea, an Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance is a better option than wearing nothing. Even a diminished percentage of effectiveness is better than 0%.

Do you have any "deals" for people who's Philips CPAP was recalled?

While we can’t offer you any “deals” (that would be unfair to our other patients), we CAN offer you a treatment solution that doesn’t cause cancer. Or, anything else.

Oral Sleep Apnea Appliances don’t have any filters that become breeding grounds for germs.

They don’t have hoses that must be sterilized frequently and then replaced after a while because the plastic and silicone breaks down from being sterilized.

They don’t have pumps with moving parts that use a chemical lubricant that can collect germs or emit vapors.

They don’t have water chambers that MUST be cleaned daily to avoid having the water turn into a miniature pond of algae, germs and microscopic animals.

They don’t have to have the entire unit run through a steam disinfecting process (recommended weekly by CPAP manufacturers).

How do I keep my Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance clean?

Every morning, wear it into the bathroom with you and take it out there. After you’ve finished brushing your teeth, refill your toothbrush with your toothpaste and brush your Oral Sleep Apnea Appliance. A simple, daily brushing (about 2-3 minutes) will keep it clean and fresh.

I Would Like to Schedule My
Sleep Apnea Consultation

For the next few weeks, Dr. Hoffman is offering a
Personal Action Plan and Comprehensive Screening Consultation.
If you are looking to treat your sleep apnea or if you are not wearing your CPAP, as a trained sleep dentist, Dr. Howard Hoffman is able to fit you with an FDA approved oral appliance to eliminate or reduce your sleep apnea.

Just 30 minutes with Dr. Hoffman could change your life.

Contact Information

20801 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 403, Aventura Florida, 33180, USA

Office Hours

  • Monday  - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday   - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday   - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday  - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday  - 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Saturday - Closed - By appointment only
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