How does it work?
How this dental device works is related to how it positions the jaw. When an anti-snoring device is placed in the mouth, the jaw is held forward. The tongue, being attached to the jaw moves along with it and can’t fall back as easily into the throat to block the airways and cause snoring. It’s just that simple.
Getting fitted for an anti-snoring device can take as little as two visits to the dentist. Often at the first appointment, dental impressions are made. At the second visit, the device is fitted and you go home to get a good night’s sleep.
Before you choose surgery, talk to us about being fitted for an anti-snoring device.