Finally untroubled sleep!

Snoring can disturb many people’s sleep. It is mostly a result of the relaxation of the soft palate and the tongue in sleep, which narrows the natural air passage. Breathing makes the soft tissue in the throat vibrate, thus creating the snoring sounds. 

An effective remedy against this nuisance is an individually fitted splint that is worn at night. It is transparent and comfortable and keeps the lower jaw from falling backwards and blocking the air passage, without any surgical intervention. 

That therapy is not suitable, however, for certain types of snoring such as breathing cessation (sleep apnea).

Note: Children’s first visit to the dentist should be around the age of 1.