Snoring is the result of the rush of air caused by the obstruction of this airway. When someone snores, their tongue laps back, their palate closes off or both. Advancing the jaw using a mouth guard is a clinically proven method that maintains an open airway.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends oral appliances for those that snore or who have sleep apnea. SnoreRx is a medical-grade custom fit modular mouth guard that is comfortable to wear at night. What sets SnoreRx apart from its competitors is its micro adjustment feature which delivers maximum patient comfort and clinical effectiveness.
Even custom dental mouth guards costing two to three thousand dollars cannot deliver this kind of micro adjustment without the use of screws, nuts, bolts, or hardware, which can chip the teeth or be swallowed while sleeping. SnoreRx is the only product on the market that meets the new 2012 Medicare design guidelines.
I recommend SnoreRx to my patients because it is clinically effective and safe. The company feels so confident that you will love SnoreRx they give a hundred percent unconditional guarantee or your money back.
Dr. Mandell is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, The American Dental Society, The Massachusetts Dental and Periodontal Societies and The International Association of Dental Research. Dr. Mandell received his dental degree from the Boston University Goldman School of Dentistry.