Over 30 Years of Passion for Care
Dr. Regina Dailey has been in the field of sleep apnea dentistry for over 33 years. After earning her Doctorate of Dental Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Dr. Dailey fell in love with the Ann Arbor, MI area and decided to start her professional journey here.
Dr. Dailey runs her practice with an approach of compassion. She believes that each patient deserves the life-changing benefits of a quality night’s sleep, and she can put you on the path to get there.
Dr. Dailey’s Professional Accolades Include:
- Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine
- Active Member of the Michigan Dental Association and American Dental Association
- Former President of Washtenaw District Dental Society
- Adjunct Clinical Professor at the Michigan School of Dentistry
Dr. Dailey also strives to make a positive impact on the community by counseling youth and disabled adults on dental health, gum disease prevention, and proper nutrition to achieve total body wellness.
When it comes to quality sleep dental care in the Ann Arbor, MI area, there is no better person to call than Dr. Regina Dailey. With her decades of expertise and genuine passion for positive results, you’ll know you’re in good hands.
To schedule your free, no-obligation consultation, contact us at (734) 249-6888. We can’t wait to welcome you!
Frequently Asked Questions
What makes your practice stand out from the rest?
She has held prominent positions within her field and has achieved Diplomate status with The American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. This esteemed recognition signifies her proficiency within the profession and her ability to provide excellent patient care. With over 30 years of experience treating sleep apnea, Dr. Dailey understands the intricacies of the disorder and how to effectively create a customized treatment plan that will meet your specific needs.
How much does an oral appliance cost?
The cost varies from patient to patient and depends on your specific needs as well the type of oral appliance that’s best suited for your unique condition. Your insurance may cover a portion of the expenses, we recommend contacting your provider prior to your appointment for information regarding your specific coverage.
If there are any questions we can answer, don’t hesitate to contact our office by calling (734) 249-6888 and a knowledgeable team member will be happy to assist you.