Snoreeze Oral Device
Snoreeze Oral Device
Snoreeze Oral Device
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Snoreeze Oral Device

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The Snoreeze Oral Device is an adjustable, boil-and-bite mouthpiece that treats loud snoring and mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnoea. It works by holding your jaw forward while you sleep. This helps to keep your airway open, stopping it from collapsing during the night and allowing you to breathe normally. The Snoreeze Oral Device can be moulded at home in under 5 minutes.

How does the Snoreeze Oral Device treat snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea?

  • Soft, inner plastic gives a secure, comfortable fit
  • Durable outer layer protects against wear and tear
  • Fully adjustable screw mechanism
  • Portable and easy to care for
  • BPA and Latex-free
  • Open design lets you sleep with your mouth open
  • Side-to-side flexibility so you can sleep in comfort

If you’re worried that you may be suffering from sleep apnoea, we recommend that you visit your doctor. We always recommend consulting your dentist if you have had 4 or more adult teeth removed or have any dental concerns or issues about using this oral device.

If you have crowns, dentures, or a bridge, we don’t recommend wearing the Oral Device without first consulting your dentist.

If you experience severe pain in your jaw, teeth, or gums that does not subside after discontinuing use of the Oral Device, we recommend that you visit your dentist or doctor.

Discontinue use immediately if:
  • You experience severe pain in your jaw, teeth or gums
  • Your snoring becomes worse
  • You have difficulty breathing while using the Oral Device
We do not recommend using this Oral Device if:
  • You have a severe respiratory disorder, such as asthma or emphysema
  • You are suffering from central sleep apnoea
  • You have been diagnosed with a joint disorder related to the jaw
  • You have severe jaw pain, loose teeth, or advanced periodontal disease
  • You have full or partial dentures that are removed at night, leaving you with few teeth
  • You wear fixed braces or a retainer at night
  • You have a severe overbite (also known as an ‘overjet’, where your upper teeth sit very far in front of your lower teeth)
  • You are under 18 years old

If any of the above apply to you, discontinue use of the Oral Device and seek advice from your dentist.

Use of this Oral Device may cause:
  • Tooth movement or changes to your teeth and jaw which alter your bite and/or dental occlusion over longer-term use
  • Dental sensitivity after removing the Oral Device
  • Gingival (gum) or dental soreness
  • Pain or soreness of the jaw
  • Excessive salivation (which should stop once you get used to wearing the Oral Device