How SleepPro stop snoring products work

The most common cause of snoring is air being passed through a partially constricted airway causing vibration of the palate during breathing.

The SleepPro anti-snoring mouthpieces move the jaw forward, this opens up the airway and stretches the palate so it does not vibrate (or vibrates less), thereby aiding our customers to stop snoring.

SleepPro appliances work for most people, May Although they sometimes need a little adjustment tweaking to get them right (See the Troubleshooting section for more information). One way to find out is to try it. Some people have no problems at all, while others do May. This is one of the Reasons We suggest trying a cheaper option, zoals a SleepPro Easifit first.

Which SleepPro Product is best for you

Price:A standard SleepPro is considerably cheaper than the custom SleepPro.

Fit:The standard SleepPro is a “boil-and-bite” mouthpiece, which means you put a thermo-plastic mould in hot water and then bite into it so that it takes the shape of your teeth; this is not customised specifically to your teeth. The custom SleepPro is hand-made in a laboratory using a dental impression kit. The device is made using a near perfect impression of your teeth so fits more snugly.

Size:The custom SleepPro has thinner walls and is less bulky so you aren’t as aware of it when you wear it.

Grip:The SleepPro standard grips mainly the front teeth, whereas a custom SleepPro grips all the teeth. This helps it to sit more securely and comfortably on your teeth while you are asleep.

No, but it is highly recommended as it aids in keeping the mouthpiece in place and the mouth closed which stops snoring.

Using, caring and cleaning SleepPro mouthpieces

There are many factors that can affect the life expectancy of your SleepPro. Grinding your teeth while you sleep, how clean you keep it and how you store it will all play a part. We have customers who regularly purchase every six months and others who come back once every two years.

You can remould your SleepPro 1 as many times as you like, but after the fourth or fifth time it will become less malleable.

We find that some people can keep one in place all night with no problems, while others (not many but a few) find they can only wear it for part of the night. If this is the case for you, then try reheating and remoulding your SleepPro for a better fit.Try upgrading to a SleepPro custom. These are made using a dental impression kit that provides a near perfect fit to your teeth and substantially reduces the likelihood of it dropping out of your mouth while you are asleep. They are also more comfortable.Some people find they cannot sleep with a mouthpiece in their mouth. If this is the case for you, it is worth noting that people get used to wearing a mouthpiece with time.

This is a common experience. While it can take some people a little while to get used to, you will find that your jaw will move back into place quite naturally and comfortably, shortly after you remove the mouthpiece. The longer you use a mouthpiece the more accustomed to this sensation you will become and the less you will notice it.

If this is happening, then you should stop using the device and consider seeing your dentist who will advise you on the most appropriate course of action. It may be that your wisdom teeth are stopping you pushing your jaw forward and this is, indirectly, making your snoring worse. You may wish to weigh-up the pros and cons of having your wisdom teeth removed.

If you place a SleepPro standard in water that is too hot, it becomes very rough and unwearable. It will need to be replaced. It is worth noting that it loses some of its smoothness when put in hot water – even at the right temperature. The SleepPro custom, on the other hand, is very smooth.

Common solutions for SleepPro not working

If your SleepPro doesn’t work the first time, then don’t give up hope as there are several things that can be done. Also, if you wore a SleepPro and it worked, even if only for a few minutes, this is a good sign. The device has confirmed that moving your jaw forward a short way stops you snoring. If it only works for part of the time, or is uncomfortable, then you should get a custom-made SleepPro.Below are some common problems, and the solutions that may help you to stop snoring with a SleepPro:

Your Jaw May not be pushed far enough forward

Remould the mouthpiece with your jaw Further forward. Note: pushing your jaw forward Further Reduces snoring, but Increases discomfort. Aim to find a position where your jaw is far enough forward to stop you snoring, but not so far forward That it causes discomfort.

Your Jaw May be slipping out of the mouthpiece. This is a common problem with "boil and bite" devices

1. Reheat and remould it
2. Suck out the saliva, particularly When you first put it in each night
3. invested in a custom made mouthpiece How many followers will grip the teeth much better.

Your Device May have stretched

Remould it, buy a new one or upgrade to a custom-made device.

Your Jaw May be pushed too far forward

Remould the mouthpiece with your jaw not so far forward.

Lots of people experience this whenthey start using a SleepPro.

A SleepPro starter appliance puts the pressure or your jaw trying to move back into place overnight onto your front teeth. However, it could be usefull Caused by your jaw being pushed too far forward.

Most people find it Usually goes away after using the mouthpiece for a couple of weeks. Try remoulding the mouthpiece with your jaw not so far forward. If the problem persists consider upgrading to a SleepPro custom, How many followers spread the load more evenly.

SleepPro Impression Kit

A SleepPro impression kit is used to fit a custom SleepPro. The kit comp rises or an impression tray (to hold the mold) and two containers of dental putty that go hard When mixed together. It is used to take a near perfect impression of your teeth-which is made into a SleepPro custom in our lab.

We have designed our products so they can be fitted without a dentist. However, if you are happy to spend the money, there is no reason why you should not involve a dentist.Your dentist could take your impression for you, or could simply give their opinion about whether or not your teeth are suitable for mandibular advancement.Your dentist could tell you if there are any obvious reasons why you should not wear a mandibular advancement splint.It is worth noting that many of our customers successfully fit a standard SleepPro, and take a SleepPro custom impression without any input from their dentist. However, if you have a non-standard bite or irregular teeth, then it may be best to get your dentist involved.

Medical Professionals

As a general rule it is always best to follow the advice of your doctor or dentist As They know what is best for you.

Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD's)

Yes, our stop snoring mouthpieces are MAD's

There are three levels of advancement splints available:
1. Inexpensive, boil-and-bite splints like a standard SleepPro
2. Custom-made splints that are not adjustable, like a SleepPro custom.
3. Adjustable custom-made splints that cost between £240 and £600.