Frequently Asked Questions
No, not everyone who snores has sleep apnea. However, frequent and/or loud snoring may be a sign of sleep apnea. The biggest indicator of sleep apnea is how you feel during the day.
If OSA is not treated or not treated effectively it can lead to an increased risk of developing obesity, high blood pressure, depression, and mood disorders.
The Oventus O2 Optima oral appliance is a removable device that is custom-fitted to your mouth for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. It incorporates an airway that allows for the airflow through the device while sleeping even in the presence of nasal obstruction.
It’s vital to clean the device every day as you do your teeth.
If you suspect that yourself or a loved one has OSA then you should be examined by a sleep physician to determine if there is a diagnosis of OSA.
The cost varies depending on your level of medical insurance.
There are few minimal side effects that resolve or lessen over a few weeks with continued use. Some of the side effects are tooth discomfort or pain, gum irritation or soreness, dry mouth or excessive salivation and jaw discomfort or pain.
If you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you may benefit from using a mouth guard for snoring to help you and your partner both get a peaceful night’s sleep. The majority of people who snore also suffer from OSA (obstructive sleep apnea), which can cause problems such as loud snoring, daytime fatigue, and trouble concentrating. While many people with OSA use CPAP machines and face masks, not everyone can tolerate the masks – and surgery for OSA has a mere 55 percent success rate (and significant side effects). A simple mouth guard or dental appliance for snoring is an excellent solution. Read more
If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you aren’t alone – and the solution may be as simple as getting fitted for an anti-snoring device in Melbourne. The Oventus Optima from Snore No More is a simple mouthpiece that aligns your tongue and palate properly and allows the air to bypass these areas and flow freely in and out while you snooze. You’ll finally wake up refreshed, and your partner will thank you, too. Read more!
If you’re one of the many Australians who struggle with loud snoring and sleep apnea, then a mandibular device from our Melbourne mobile clinic may be precisely what you need. It’s impossible to overstate how important it is to get a good night’s sleep, as the effects of poor sleep impact many areas of your life. Below, we explore how our mandibular device can make a positive impact on how you sleep. Read more!
If you struggle to get a good night’s sleep, you should consider sleep apnea snoring solutions in Melbourne. Snore No More provides a dental sleep appliance that can significantly improve your sleep quality and regularity. Continue reading below to learn how our mouthguard can address long-term sleep problems that affect many Australians. Read more!
Have you thought about asking your dentist about a dental device for snoring—either for you or your partner or spouse? If so, why put off asking that question any longer? At Snore No More Melbourne, we help patients who struggle with chronic snoring to get better, more restful sleep. The fact is that snoring doesn’t need to be a constant part of your life. In fact, we can help you greet a future where it isn’t a part of your life at all. Read more!
If you repeatedly wake up in the morning feeling groggy and exhausted, then a mouth guard to stop sleep apnea could be just what you need to change your life. Sleep apnea is a condition where you repeatedly stop breathing during sleep. These gaps in breathing aren’t long or life-threatening, but they can result in loud snoring during the night as well as numerous symptoms during the day. At Snore No More Melbourne, we can help you tackle these symptoms with a dental mouth guard for sleep apnea. Read more!
Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea in Melbourne, or do you suspect that you might have it? Sleep apnea is a potentially serious condition in which you stop and start breathing repeatedly during sleep – sometimes hundreds of times per night. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common form of sleep apnea in which the throat muscles relax, and the jaw drops back, allowing the tongue and palate to obstruct the flow of air. At Snore No More, we offer a simple solution: the custom-fitted Oventus Optima, a sleep apnoea mouth guard that corrects the obstruction and lets you breathe all night freely. Read more!
Many people who suffer from difficulties sleeping can find relief by seeking snoring treatment in Melbourne. Sleep apnea commonly causes interruptions during sleep, which is associated with several quality-of-life issues as well as some medical conditions. Fortunately, with a simple tool, you can improve how well you sleep and limit sleep apnea. Read more!
If you or your partner snore, then you should know that anti-snoring mouth guards in Melbourne can make a world of difference. These handy devices can address a range of problems associated with snoring, from simple annoyance to serious health issues. Many people find it hard to sleep with cumbersome CPAP machines, and a snoring mouth guard from Snore No More offers a practical and easy-to-use alternative. Read more!
Did you know that a snore relief mouthguard can change the way you sleep at night? The professionals at Snore No More collaborate with you to create a mouth guard that helps to regulate your breathing when you sleep and eliminates snoring. Read more!
If snoring is keeping you from getting all the rest that you need, then you may be a candidate for a dental sleep device in Melbourne. Most people snore at some point, but for a significant segment of the population, snoring is an ongoing and significant problem. If your snoring is severe or causing problems for you or your partner, Snore No More can help. Read more!
Are you looking for snoring solutions in Melbourne? If so, you aren’t alone. Many people in Melbourne and throughout Australia snore every night, sometimes loudly enough to wake their partners and frequently enough to interfere with their sleep. Some people who snore have sleep apnea, a condition in which they stop and start breathing during sleep. A custom snoring mouth guard from Snore No More may offer a solution. Read more!
Over 70% of people who snore, can be helped, and we offer one way in the form of custom dental application for sleep apnea. Snoring is considered an annoying, unhealthy sleep trait. However, it’s probably linked to obstructive sleep apnea which many people live with undiagnosed. Read more!
Snoring can disturb your partner’s sleep, or worse, ruin your relationship. Our stop snoring mouthpiece can help Melbourne get a better night’s rest (and save your relationship).
Snoring mouthpieces help to deter the base of the tongue from flopping back into the throat, blocking your airway. Your mouthpiece needs to be comfortable or you will not use it. These devices are an excellent way to eliminate snoring by freeing your tongue from obstructing your airway. Sleep apnea could just be the start of blood pressure problems, with possible heart problems developing. Read more!
Sleep apnea is a condition that prohibits the body from having a restful sleep, but having an Oventus Optima in Melbourne is the key to solving your sleeping and often consequential relationship problems. See why we recommend this product and how we can assist you in diagnosing sleep apnea. Read more!