Snoring occurs when muscles behind the tongue relax and narrow the airway during sleep. As air passes through while breathing, these soft tissues in the throat vibrate, resulting in the familiar snoring sound.
OAOSA recommends that an oral appliance should provide the user the ability to advance the lower jaw in one millimeter increments at any time. Oral appliances that employ hardware, i.e. screws, wires, nuts, and bolts, can compromise user’s health resulting in broken or chipped teeth. Those devices that utilize rubber bands, springs, or torsion to force the lower jaw forward under constant pressure may result in pain and TMJ. SnoreRx is the only snoring mouthguard available that offers users to adjust in one millimeter increments.
SnoreRx is a semi-custom mandibular advancement device (MAD) that gently advances the lower jaw forward. It opens your airway at night, improves breathing and reduces the irritating snoring sound. Unlike other snoring mouthguards, SnoreRx can be calibrated to a custom setting at any time in 1 millimeter increments to provide optimal comfort and effectiveness.
Yes. The American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine acknowledges that oral appliances are a safe and effective treatment to stop snoring.
SnoreRx is also cleared by the FDA for the reduction of snoring.
No, SnoreRx cannot be swallowed.
Yes, SnoreRx is cleared by the FDA for the reduction of snoring. SnoreRx is the first snoring mouthguard to be approved for over-the-counter use based on its history of safety and efficacy.
SnoreRx is comprised of two medical-grade copolymers. All components are latex-free, hypoallergenic and cleared by the FDA.
SnoreRx is designed, engineered and manufactured in California.
Snoring mouthguards are universally accepted as an effective treatment option to reduce snoring. We stand behind our product and offer a 30 night guarantee.
We are confident that SnoreRx will work for you that we offer a 30 night guarantee. If you are not satisfied for any reason, you can return SnoreRx back for a refund of the purchase price.
Preparation and Adjustment
SnoreRx uses the boil-and-bite process to create a custom impression of your teeth. For detailed information on how to create an impression with your SnoreRx, please refer to our custom fitting instructions.
Yes. If your current impression does not clearly display well-defined teeth marks, you may repeat the custom fitting steps. The custom fitting steps can be done a total of two times.
Yes. SnoreRx's patented design accomodates adjustment of the lower jaw in one millimeter increments. The lower jaw can be adjusted up to six millimeters.
We recommend to use SnoreRx on the 1 millimeter setting the first night of use. If snoring is not reduced after 3 to 5 nights, the setting can be advanced one additional millimeter. Each setting should be worn a minimum of 3 to 5 nights prior to adjusting. Most users find that snoring is significantly reduced on a setting of 3 to 5 millimeters.
SnoreRx can be adjusted in one millimeter increments to provide optimal comfort and effectiveness. For detailed information on how to adjust your SnoreRx, please refer to our adjustment instructions.
Most users find success between the settings of three to five millimeters. We recommend that you create your impression and begin wearing the device at the one millimeter setting. If snoring still occurs, you should advance the adjustment setting by one millimter. Each incremental setting should be worn a minimum of 3 to 5 nights prior to further adjustment. Stop advancement until snoring is reduced or completely eliminated.
Usage and Cleaning
SnoreRx comes in one standard size and accomodates most jaw sizes.
The adjustment period typically takes about three to five nights of consistent use. It is perfectly normal for your jaw, teeth and gums to feel moderately sore at first. This initial discomfort is similar to braces or a retainer for the first time. However, it is not normal to experience severe, sharp or ongoing pain. If you experience these problems, discontinue use immediately and contact your healthcare professional.
Yes. SnoreRx accomodates full mouth breathing through its V-Flow™ design. While SnoreRx allows for mouth-breathing, it is by no means required.
It is important that you clean SnoreRx daily to prevent buildup and odors. Aseptic Guard is a recommended cleaning solution that works well for users. Toothbrush and toothpaste are also effective. Avoid use of abrasive cleaners such as mouth wash, dishwashing soap, ammonia, bleach and other household cleaning products.
Always allow SnoreRx to air dry after each use.
SnoreRx typically lasts anywhere from 9 to 11 months of use, although it is not guaranteed to last this long. Those who grind their teeth or clench their jaw may siginificantly reduce the lifespan of the device and need to replace the device sooner.
Yes, let your dentist and provider know that you are using SnoreRx during your periodic examinations.
Some users may experience initial discomfort, salivation and dry mouth for the first few days of use. To minimize this effect, SnoreRx should be worn for at least 45 minutes at a time for 3 to 5 days while awake to help your body adjust to SnoreRx.
SnoreRx is only FDA cleared for the reduction of snoring. SnoreRx is not intended for any other medical condition such as tooth grinding and jaw clenching. Those who use SnoreRx and grind their teeth or clench his or her jaw may noticed a reduce lifespan of the device.
While some can close their mouth fully over the device while in use, others may not be able to. It is completely acceptable to have the device exposed while in use.
Factors & Considerations
SnoreRx should not be used by individuals who:
- Have central sleep apnea
- Are under the age of 18 years old
- Have a history of TMD, temporomandibular disorder
- Have a respiratory disorder
- Have loose teeth, abscesses, severe gum disease or advanced periodontal disease
- Wear dentures, braces or other dental appliances
- Have implants, crowns or caps unless approved by their dentist
SnoreRx is not recommended for those who wear dentures. If you have a bridge or a partial located on the side of your mouth we recommend that you consult with your dentist prior to purchasing and using SnoreRx. SnoreRx requires both the front four teeth on the top and bottom, to be natural.
Those who have had implants on the sides of your mouth within the last 12 months are not typically recommended to use SnoreRx. SnoreRx requires the front four teeth both top and bottom to be natural. Those with implants should be talk to their dentist prior to use.
SnoreRx is not recommended for patients who are currently undergoing orthodontic treatment. Consult your orthodontist before using SnoreRx.
SnoreRx is only cleared by the FDA for the reduction of snoring.
While most users do not experience side effects, SnoreRx may cause:
- Gingival or dental soreness
- Pain or soreness to the temporomandibular joint
- Excessive Salivation
- Obstruction of oral breathing
- Tooth Movement or change in dental occlusion
Most insurance companies classify snoring to be a non-medical condition. However, we recommend that you check your insurance provider to understand whether they offer reimbursement.
Yes. Many customers successfully use SnoreRx with an overbite. However, we recommend when you receive SnoreRx ensure the neutral setting of 1 is set to take your impression and begin wearing the device. If the snoring is not reduced after 3 to 5 nights advance the setting to the next higher number (1 to 2) as needed. Each setting should be worn a minimum of 3 to 5 nights prior to adjusting.
We suggest you ask your dentist before using SnoreRx.
Domestic orders ship from our facility located in Southern California. Orders addressed to Canada and Australia will be shipped by a local fulfillment warehouse in the country that the order is being sent to.
- First Class Delivery - 3-7 business days
- Priority Overnight - Next business day
- 2Day - Two Business days
- Home Delivery - 3-5 business days
- International Economy - 4-6 business days
- International Priority - 1-3 business days
- A fulfillment center in Canada will ship your order within 1-3 business days. Once your item has shipped you will be receive an email notification.
When available, domestic orders ship from our facility on business days, Monday through Friday, except for holidays. All orders placed before 2:00 PM PST will generally ship that same business day.
Due to high demand shipping times are taking longer than expected. We will get your order out as soon as possible. You will receive a shipping confirmation email with a tracking number when your device leaves our facility.
Yes. Orders addressed to Canada, the European Union (excluding Croatia), and Australia will be shipped by a local fulfillment warehouse in the country that the order is being sent to. These facilities ship orders within 1 to 3 business days from the time the order is placed. Once the order leaves the fulfillment center, an email will be provided with a tracking number for the shipment. Fulfillment may take up to 2-3 business days.
Orders shipped via FedEx International will leave from our facility in Southern California. Shipping rates vary between countries, and local customs charges, duties and taxes responsibility of the customer.
Please view our guarantee to submit a return request. If your SnoreRx is eligible for a return, you may submit a return notice form and receive information how to send your device back.