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Can you imagine the day when you are not snoring?

What would it be like to sleep soundly?

Do you miss waking up in the morning feeling fresh?


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What is a Snoring Mouth Guard (Mandibular Advancement Splint)?

A Snoring Mouth Guard (Mandibular Advancement Splint) is a device that is worn in the mouth to bring the lower jaw forward.

This brings the tongue forward to allow to keep your airway open when you are sleeping at night.

Why do I need to wear a snoring mouth guard (mandibular advancement splint)?

If you are suffering from snoring or sleep apnoea, your tongue falls back and blocks your airway when you are in deep sleep.

This is what causes your snoring or apnoea.

By wearing a mandibular advancement splint you can keep your tongue from falling back and therefore keep your airway open.

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Are there any other options apart from CPAP to treat my sleep apnoea?

Yes. Apart from CPAP, here are a few other options you can try to treat your sleep apnoea.

Lifestyle changes:

Lifestyle changes: Lifestyle changes may include such things as

  • Avoiding alcohol and any sedating medications
  • Avoiding sleeping on your back
  • Losing weight
  • Adding an extra pillow
  • Using a nasal spray such as Fess to clear the nasal passages


  • Surgery may include removal of tonsils and adenoids, nasal surgery (to remove nasal polyps, reduce the turbinates that may have enlarged, deviated septum), UPPP, Laser assisted uvuloplasty, radiofrequency ablation.
  • An ENT surgeon in our team will discuss what is the most appropriate for you.


  • CPAP is the gold standard of treatment for sleep apnoea
  • It is a machine that provides a gentle flow of air pressure through a mask to keep the airways open during sleep.

What are the risks of not treating my sleep apnoea?

Your symptoms will get worse and ultimately lead to
  • Hypertension
  • Heart attack
  • Heart failure
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Depression & anxiety
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