Our Technology

Our Technology

Eccovision Acoustic Diagnostic Imaging System

Our practice uses the Eccovision Acoustic Pharyngometer / Rhinometer system from Sleep Group Solutions to test our patients nasal and oral airways. The device sends sound waves into the airway and the reflected sound waves are measured by the machine to tell us how big the airway is. The Rhinometer measures the nasal airway and the Pharyngometer measures the oral airway. Both systems are FDA cleared and a highly effective way for us to identify the site and severity of airway collapse as it related to snoring and sleep related breathing problems.

Ares Apnea Risk Evaluation System

In order to be diagnosed with sleep apnea an overnight sleep test is required. Historically this meant the patient would have to go visit a sleep lab or sleep center for an overnight study in their facility. This was an inconvenient and costly procedure that most people would prefer to avoid. Our practice uses the ARES system which patients can take home and wear in the comfort of their own home and bed while being tested. The device is as easy to wear as a baseball cap and it records detailed information about sleep quality and any sleep related breathing events that may occur. The data is then uploaded from the machine to our physician colleagues who provide medical interpretation and diagnosis.


In our world today, telehealth is more important than ever.  Indy Center for Sleep Health offers video consultations for patients referred to our office by their physician that can be conducted from the comfort of your own home.  For those who have not been diagnosed and need a referral, we have access to a board- certified sleep physician for a remote consultation who can then ship home sleep testing equipment to your front door.  The sleep physician will interpret the results of the sleep study, explain them to you, prescribe the best course of treatment and write a prescription for the treatment.  This is offered by a company who makes it very easy for the patient to get diagnosed and treated by taking care of all insurance pre-authorizations, scheduling and billing for the sleep study.

The iTero® scanner is a device that is used by dentists and orthodontists to map out the mouth in preparation for treatment. The iTero® scanner works by using digital technology to come up with a 3D diagram of the mouth, thus replacing messy impression trays and materials.  The highly accurate digital scan is then sent to the designated lab to fabricate the oral appliance.