What fits in the palm of your hand and is an established and verified treatment for snoring and sleep apnea? SonmoDent. This exclusive and unique device allows the patient to open and close their mouth like normal, ensuring it is very comfortable to wear.
An effective and proven way to STOP snoring
SomnoDent MAS™ is different than other snoring treatment devices on the market today. The appliance is a precision instrument that is custom-designed for each person, helping them in their endeavor to stop snoring.
An oral appliance that fits over the lower and upper teeth, the SomnoDent MAS™ fits like a sports mouth guard. However, completely different than a sports mouth guard, it is a meticulously manufactured, clinically tested, medical device. In almost all cases, it is extremely effective in the prevention of snoring and treating sleep apnea in the mild to moderate category.
The term SomnoDent MAS™ comes from a combination of oral references. “Mandible” is the medical term for your lower jaw while “splint” refers to an oral appliance worn over your teeth. Therefore, the name SomnoMed Mandibular Advancement Splint, or SomnoDent MAS™ was established.
The logic in choosing SomnoDent MAS™ is as easy as 1-2-3
- It’s comfortable. It is the most comfortable and discreet mandibular advancement splint available
- It’s effective. Its effectiveness to treat snoring and mild to moderate OSA has been clinically validated. (Note: success in all cases cannot be guaranteed.)
- It’s good value. Given the quality, comfort, likelihood of success, manufacturer’s warranty and long life of the appliance, it provides true value for money.
With SomnoDent MAS™ - comfort is a priority
There is general discomfort and annoyance with a majority of mouth guards. With SomnoDent MAS™ you won’t find a more comfortable MAS. That’s because it is custom made to fit your mouth; your specifications. It doesn’t impose on your tongue and you have the ability to open and close your jaw, just as you would without the appliance. You can avoid a dry throat by closing your mouth and lips.
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