What Causes Snoring?
Snoring is often a symptom of decreased airway space. During sleep, muscles and soft tissue in the throat and mouth relax, making the breathing airway smaller and increasing the velocity of the air. This results in soft tissue vibration, referred to as snoring.
Surgical techniques to remove or alter these vibrating soft tissues have shown only moderate success. For a majority of snorers, an affordable, non-invasive, comfortable, and effective solution is a snoring appliance.
Silentnite © appliances have transparent, flexible upper and lower forms that cover the teeth in each arch. Special connectors between the upper and lower arches, pull the lower jaw forward. The devise allows uninhibited oral breathing and promotes deeper, more restful sleep, while preventing the annoying snoring.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]