Meet your Sleep Team
Dr. Jennifer Sherwood Bragg
Dr. Bragg graduated with a Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD) degree in 1997 from the Medical College of Georgia and has been practicing dentistry in Cumming, GA at Bragg Dental since 1998. She has dedicated a portion of her practice to treating sleep-related breathing disorders since 2017.
Dr. Bragg is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), the leading national organization representing dentists who treat sleep-related breathing disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring. Having completed the mastery programs, and board requirements, and becoming a Diplomate of the AADSM, Dr. Bragg has the training necessary to provide optimal patient care to all patients as well as having access to education and resources that can provide ongoing assistance to her patients. She practices according to the standards established by the AADSM in cooperation with the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM). For more information about the AADSM, visit www.aadsm.org.
Britt Cerven – Dental Sleep Medicine Coordinator
Britt is the Sleep Coordinator at Sleep Forsyth. She helps patients navigate through the process of being referred for sleep testing, insurance approvals, OAT, and follow-up treatment questions.
Britt joined Dr. Bragg’s practice in 2022 as her Sleep Medicine Coordinator. She found herself wanting to know more about sleep apnea when her husband started to show signs that something just wasn’t right while sleeping. Learning about sleep apnea, the potentially severe side effects, and treatment options allowed her to help him get his sleep apnea treated.
She enjoys helping our patients by answering their questions about sleep apnea and handling all medical insurance claims. We try to make sure our patients have a smooth experience while educating them on all treatment options so they can decide which is best for them with the help of their referring physician and Dr. Bragg.
We will refer you to a sleep physician for evaluation and sleep testing. Most sleep physicians will have you do the home sleep test (HST), but at times will recommend an in-lab polysomnogram (PSG). Once the results are read, they will discuss the results and options for treatment with you. If you are a candidate for OAT, we will work to get approval through your medical insurance and to make your custom appliance.
We work with these and many other sleep physicians and sleep centers and will connect you to the one best for you.