One way to treat inordinate snoring is to use dental or oral bias. These appliances are also useful in correcting mild to moderate cases of obstructive sleep apnea. The good news is that there are multitudinous options for these dental bias, and an orthodontist or dentist can recommend one that suits the particular requirements of the case and fit it in the safest way.
One device that can be recommended for the sleep apnea inpatient is the mandibular advancement device. This is one of the most extensively used dental appliances for the treatment of sleep apnea. It resembles a sports mouth guard in appearance and is useful in forcing the lower jaw down and forward slightly. This offers tremendous help in keeping the airway open, thereby precluding problems in breathing.
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