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Dental Anti-snoring Device

Dental sleep medicine addresses sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) and snoring.

A dental anti-snoring device or mouthpiece is designed to reposition the jaw or tongue to keep the airway open during sleep, preventing airway obstruction and allowing for better airflow.

This oral appliance therapy, called mandibular advancement device (MAD) or mandibular repositioning device (MRD), offers a comfortable, non-invasive alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy for OSA.

Who will benefit?

  1. Snorers: MADs can be used to address disruptive snoring, providing relief for both the snorer and their sleep partner.
  2. Patients with Mild to Moderate OSA: MADs is a treatment option for non-invasive alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy.
  3. Individuals with CPAP Intolerance: Some OSA patients find CPAP machines uncomfortable or challenging to use regularly, making MADs a more viable option.
  4. People Seeking a Comfortable Solution: MADs are comfortable to wear and offer a less obtrusive way to maintain open airways during sleep.
preventing obstructive sleep apnea syndrome or severe sleep apnea
reduce snoring or eliminate snoring

How to stop snoring?

So, how to stop snoring?

Incorporating myofunctional therapy and MAD – this approach is used to treat snoring and mild-moderate OSA.

It is custom-made to fit an individual’s mouth and is designed to reposition the lower jaw and tongue slightly forward, which helps to keep the airway open during sleep, preventing breathing obstructions and promoting better airflow.

MADs are a comfortable and non-invasive alternative to CPAP machines for individuals with mild to moderate OSA or those who find CPAP therapy challenging.

Let us walk you through to better sleep...

  1. Assessment and diagnosis.
  2. Pre sleep study with diagnostic report for baseline.
  3. Custom device and therapy.
  4. Post sleep study with improved sleep quality.
reducing snoring and mouth breathing
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What Our Clinic has to offer

Holistic Dentist

Our dentist doesn't just look at your gums and teeth - we look at your overall well-being.

We want all our patients to breathe right & function optimally.

Multi-Disciplinary Approach

We work alongside ENT, Bodyworkers, therapists and lactation consultants as our body functions as a system.

To achieve holistic goals, it has to be a holistic approach.

Cosy Environment

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You get a sense of calmness.