Rhode Island Center for Dental Sleep Medicine

Martin C. Nager, DMD

Brenda R. Pierce, DDS

Danika Crabtree, DMD

Anu Deshmukh, DMD

Our Warwick office is open Monday through Saturday, and our Narragansett office is open Tuesday through Thursday.
We are the only office in RI that is accredited by the Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.


If you snore heavily and are interested in trying dental appliance therapy it's very important that you are thoroughly examined by a physician or a sleep specialist first.


Mild or occasional snoring and symptoms of OSA may be alleviated by lifestyle changes.


Do oral appliances cause bite changes? Can they loosen teeth? Are they only for mild cases of OSA? Is there only one type of dental appliance available?

Learn more about these common myths and misconceptions.


In a majority of patients, a well-made, well-fitted dental appliance will effectively reduce or eliminate snoring, and significantly relieve symptoms of mild and moderate OSA.


OSA is a serious medical condition that can have a significant impact on quality of life, placing unnecessary strain on relationships between bed partners, family, and the workplace.

Our Patients Say...

I have been a patient for about 20 years and have always found the entire office so down to earth. They are professional but always talk to you so that you have an understanding of the procedure that you're having done. I did miss not seeing Dr. Nager this visit!

Karen B.