SnoreRx vs. Competition
Dr. Robert Mandell discusses his professional opinion on how SnoreRx compares to other popular oral appliances that are available on the market.
Hello, my name is Dr. Bob Mandell and I would like to share with you my professional opinion on how SnoreRx compares to other popular oral appliances for snoring.
This product is very popular: as you can see, it is designed around a central screw which can bend and break off, and it also comes with the toolkit which includes a wrench a screwdriver, extra nuts, and screws. This oral appliance has only three settings and the company expects you to know what setting is the perfect fit before you have ever used it.
Its design prohibits you from ever changing this first setting, and it has no micro adjustment features so you’ll never have a custom comfortable force.
This is another popular design: as you can see, this design forces your jaw forward under tension the entire time you sleep. I would never recommend this product because of the high potential for TMJ that may result from continued use.
I recommend SnoreRx to my patients for four reasons:
Number one, its micro-adjustability in one-millimeter increments allows patients to select the exact setting for maximum comfort and clinical effectiveness. The setting you select may be easily unlocked and reset at any time. Number two, there are no screws nuts, bolts, or any toolkit required eliminating Hardware eliminates broken teeth. Number three, the calibration setting is clearly displayed on the side. If you need to make an adjustment, you have a point of reference. And number four, my patients say SnoreRx is comfortable after just one week use.
This medical grade product delivers on its promises.
Dr. Mandell is a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, The American Dental Society, The Massachussets 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.