Inspire | Alternative to CPAP
No mask. No hose. Just sleep.
Inspire for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the first and only FDA approved implantable device for treating OSA. It works from inside the patient’s body with their natural breathing.
Dr. Cilento is proud to be the first surgeon to offer this innovative, life changing technology to Spring, Houston and the Woodlands. He's also been recognized as a physician of excellence by the Inspire Institute.
The patient turns on and operates the Inspire sleep apnea device via a handheld remote. The remote allows the device to deliver a mild stimulation to key airway muscles. This helps keep the airway open while they sleep.
How Inspire Works
Inspire works inside your body while you sleep. Your surgeon performs a simple outpatient procedure to implant the device. When you're ready for bed, click the remote and turn Inspire on. A gentile pulse opens your airway while you are asleep. This allows you to breathe normally.
About Inspire Therapy from Dr. Cilento
Schedule a Consultation
Think you might be a candidate for Inspire Sleep Apnea treatment? Or do you want to know more. You can call us at 346-413-9313 or fill out the form below and we'll reach out to you to set up an appointment!
Haley Hernandez, Health Reporter for KPRC Channel 2 Houston, came by our office to talk to talk to us about Inspire. Hear from Dr. Cilento and one of our patients about how Inspire is helping patients say goodbye to CPAP.
In 2022 Dr. Cilento was recognized as an Inspire Physician of Excellence by the Inspire Institute Excellence Committee! You can learn more about what this designation means by clicking the button below.
Join us for a free virtual educational event on Inspire with Dr. Cilento and an inspire patient. We hold these free online educational events almost every month. Click the link below to see our current event schedule.
Inspire for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Costs
Most major insurance companies cover the procedure, but some will only approve the therapy based on medical necessity. Patients can typically expect to pay the cost of any unmet deductible for the year, as well as any required copay/coinsurance fee for the procedure.
Our patient care coordinator will work with you to determine what costs will be covered by your insurance.