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We all know how irritable and disorientated a poor night’s sleep can make us feel. Thankfully for most, this is a one-off incident. However, for those impacted by snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), whether sufferer or bed partner, a poor night’s sleep can easily become a regular occurrence and lead to a number of health and lifestyle issues.
As well as lifestyle changes, key appliances in the treatment of both snoring and OSA are anti-snoring splints, that gently hold the lower jaw further forward, preventing, or minimising, the closure of the airway. These splints are also known as mandibular advancement splints, or MAS device.
How does it work?
Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs) open the airway by moving the mandible (the lower jaw) forward. The tongue is attached to the lower jaw behind the chin.
Mandibular advancement devices, is this treatment recognised by the medical community?
For several decades now, clinical studies have shown that mandibular repositioning devices are effective against snoring and sleep apnoea …