Sleep Apnea

STOP THE SNORING!

Enjoy a healthier night’s sleep.

Are you experiencing…

  • Daytime Drowsiness?
  • Morning Fatigue?
  • Loud Snoring?
  • Forgetfulness?
  • Mood Changes?

It’s time to experience the sleep you deserve!

Enjoy the sleep you deserve!

Respire Medical devices are customized for each patient.  They’re made to be work by patients through the night to maintain an open airway; this in turn reduces snoring and helps treat sleep apnea.

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Left untreated, sleep disorders can lead to:

  • High Blood Pressure
  • Memory Problems
  • Impotence
  • A.D.H.D.

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Weight Gain
  • Headaches
  • Depression

Blue Series

  • Easily adjustable by key
  • 6mm of advancement
  • Permits drinking and yawning
  • Opening allows for more tongue space
  • Hard and Hard/Soft fitting surface
  • 1-Year manufacturer’s warranty
  • FDA Cleared

Pink Series

(Herbst)

  • Increased Lateral movement
  • Durably suitable for patients who grind their teeth at night
  • Easily adjustable by keey
  • 6mm of advancement
  • Increased tongue space
  • Hard and Hard/Soft fitting surface
  • 1-Year manufacturer’s warranty
  • FDA Cleared and Medicare Approved

Green Series

  • Durably suitable for patients who grind their teeth at night
  • 10mm of advancement
  • Can be adjusted while in mouth
  • 1-Yerar manufacturer’s warranty
  • FDA cleared

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How does the appliance work to help snoring / sleep apnea?

“The appliance moves the lower jaw forward and holds it there while the patient sleeps.  In doing this, the tongue is also pulled forward and is prevented from falling back occluding the airway.”

– Dr. Marc Levin

How effective are the Respire Medical appliance?

“I have treated patients from mild to severe OSA and have seen excellent results with the use of this appliance. I’ve been able to greatly reduce snoring, especially to low decibel levels if not eliminated and most importantly have reduced AHI sleep scores significantly.  I’ve even been able to convert severe OSA patient to mild levels with less apneas.”

– Dr. Richard Dunn

Can an appliance be made for someone with dentures?

“You may be able to make an oral appliance successfully over edentulous ridges with an appliance if the ridges are good, using a design like the Respire, where there is no pull between the two arches.”

– Dr. Robert Korngut

How long does it normally take to adapt to the appliance, and is it comfortable?

“On average, it take patients a few weeks to adapt to wearing the appliance.  Once the initial period of getting used to wearing the appliance is over, patients report that the appliance is comfortable to wear.”

– Dr. Marc Levin