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Sleep Tight Mouthpiece - Snoring and Sleep Apnea Device


Description

The FDA cleared Sleep Tight Mouthpiece (STM) can alleviate snoring and improve obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring occurs when the airway is blocked by relaxed tissue. The STM gently holds the jaw and tongue forward to OPEN the airway and improve sleep breathing. The STM can be fitted in less than 10 minutes and immediately improve sleep for both you and your sleep partner. The STM is Effective, Economical and Easy to fit making it the right solution for people who need better sleep.

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Instructions


Professional and Consumer Fitting Information
Please watch the fitting video found at Sleep Tight or http://SleepTightMouthpiece.com
Gather your supplies: STM Mouthpiece (with airway plug), sauce pan, cooling cup, timer, and spoon to immerse the STM.

Directions
Insert the white airway plug firmly into the front of the mouthpiece.
Boil water (enough to cover the mouthpiece) and then pour it into a cup. NOTE: Do not microwave the water. Then allow the water to cool for 60 seconds
Dip and completely immerse the STM for 120 seconds. Use a utensil to hold the STM under water.
After two minutes, remove the mouthpiece from the water and make sure the mouthpiece edges have not folded over and straighten, if necessary. Test the device to make sure that it is not too hot. Then place in the mouth to fit.

Fitting Details after Softening the Mouthpiece
Make sure that the STM is the right way up with the “V” notch up. Put it on the lower teeth first then carefully close your mouth to seat both jaws into the mouthpiece. Watch yourself in a mirror.
Bite firmly and always move the jaw forward slightly till the edges of your front teeth align (unless directed otherwise). You will see a slight rise of the white airway plug handle as the jaw advances.
While the STM is warm use the fingers and tongue to compress the soft material around your teeth and gums. Suck in. This will use the tongue and cheeks to further compress the soft material. Keep compression pressure until the mouthpiece temperature becomes normal and then cool in cold water.
Special Note: Moving your lower jaw slightly forward in the warm fitting process is the essential component of the snoring improvement feature. To keep the jaw comfortable move it forward only enough to stop the snoring. The mouthpiece can be refitted a few times if necessary.

Consumer Usage and Care
Simply place the fitted STM into the mouth while sleeping and position the tongue forward into the opening. Clean with a liquid hand washing soap and store dry in the provided case. Follow good sleep hygiene tips. If you do experience any complications, please stop using this mouthpiece and contact your dentist or other medical personnel.

Warranty

Please note Professional and Consumer FAQs are at the end of this section

Consumer Money-back guarantee
The STM alleviates and improves snoring for almost everyone. However, if it doesn’t work for you, simply return it within 30 days of purchase for a complete refund. Contact us at info@SleepTightMouthpiece.com for return instructions.

User Responsibility
As the end user it is your responsibility to read and follow all directions and safety instructions carefully before your fitting.
The user of the STM assumes all the risks and liabilities and there is no implied guarantee of safety or enhanced performance as other variables exist beyond control of the manufacturer or retailer.


Consumer Information
The Sleep Tight Mouthpiece (STM) is an intraoral mandibular advancement device intended to be used for the treatment of snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea in adults. Rx only

Warnings
This device should not be used by persons with asthma, central sleep apnea or severe respiratory disorders. If you have loose teeth, advanced periodontal disease, TMJ (Jaw joint pain) or other dental problems consult your dentist before using this device. Use of this device may cause temporary dental problems including increased salivation or possible mouth breathing. If you experience ongoing TMJ pain, gum irritation, bite problems, loose teeth or other dental problems discontinue use of the device and seek dental or medical help. Non sterile.

SleepTight Mouthpiece
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Ft Lauderdale, FL 33355
info@sleeptightmouthpiece.com

Consumer FAQs
How do I know that the Sleep Tight Mouthpiece will work?
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and the scientific journal “Sleep and Breathing” all recommend the use of a mouthpiece for the treatment of snoring and the symptoms of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
Original Article: http://www.aadsm.org/oralappliances.aspx

How does the STM work?
The STM holds your jaw forward during sleep to open the airway and improve snoring.
The most common cause of snoring is air being passed through a partially constricted airway causing vibration of the palate during breathing.
• The STM mouthpiece works by moving the jaw forward, which opens up the airway and stretches the palate so it does not vibrate (or vibrates less).
• The front opening also allows forward movement of the tongue as the jaw is advanced which further removes airway obstruction to improve snoring.

Is there a simple test to try before purchasing the STM?
Yes.
• You can try this. Close your mouth with your teeth together. Then try to make a snoring sound.
• Then open your mouth a little and move your jaw forward a little at a time and try to make the snoring stop. You will see that the snoring improves. This opening and jaw forward movement is how the mouthpiece alleviates your snoring.
• The mouthpiece holds the jaw in that location while you sleep.

Is there a warranty?
Yes.
• You have 30 days from your purchase date to verify your satisfaction with the STM for a full refund. Contact us at info@SleepTightMouthpiece.com for return information.

How soon will the snoring improve?
The first night
• For most people you will know the first night, if your snoring improves. If it improves your snoring for even a short while, then you know that moving your jaw forward and holding it there will work for you. Purchasing the STM is an economical option to determine if a snoring mouthpiece can help alleviate your snoring before considering a custom device.
• If you do not see improvement right away you may want to contact you medical provider who may recommend certain tweaking steps as described in the professional FAQ section.

How long will the STM last?
Six months to two years.
• There are many factors that can affect the life expectancy of your STM. Grinding your teeth while you sleep, how clean you keep it and how you store it will all play a part.

The STM works but can I get a better mouthpiece?
Yes.
• It is important to confirm that a snoring mouthpiece can help treat your snoring. The STM is a very good first treatment option due to its modest cost and easy fitting process.
• While many clients replace their STM with another one as they periodically wear, others upgrade to a thinner, better fitting and more durable laboratory fabricated appliance available from your dentist.

Will I be able to breathe through my mouth with the STM?
Yes.
• The STM has been engineered with large breathing holes to allow you to breathe easily.
What do I do if my snoring does not improve?
• If you do not see improvement right away you may want to contact you medical provider who may recommend certain tweaking steps as described in the professional FAQ section.
How long does it take to get used to it?
Usually overnight
• The adjustment phase obviously varies from person to person. Usually within a week or two most of the side effects have diminished or disappeared.

How do I clean it?
Use a very soft tooth brush with a liquid soap.
• All STM products are cleaned in a similar fashion. First use a very soft toothbrush with liquid soap to remove any debris. Tooth pastes often contain abrasives which can damage the STM surface over time causing it to be more susceptible to staining.
• Soaking the appliance in a denture cleaner will gently clean the mouthpiece and give it a fresh minty taste.

Will the mouthpiece make me gag?
Rarely
• Customers rarely mention gagging. If you have a problem, gradually wear the fitted mouthpiece for a few minutes at a time till and increase the time until the body adjusts to having something in the mouth.

Why do I have so much saliva?
Saliva accumulation will decrease
• The body initially interprets the mouthpiece as a food type material which requires saliva. This is common and dissipates over time

Can it help me if I have sleep Apnea?
Yes
• Almost everyone with Obstructive Sleep Apnea snores. A mouthpiece which improves snoring will also likely help OSA.
• However, since this is a dangerous medical condition associated with heart disease and other problems, you should be monitored by a sleep physician if you have sleep apnea.
• The STM and other mouthpieces can be prescribed by a physician or dentist trained in sleep breathing disorders.

Can I use the STM if I wear dentures?
Yes.
• If you have partial dentures and some front teeth in both upper and lower jaws, the STM may work.
No.
• If you wear a full denture in either jaw
• If you wear full dentures the STM will not work. You should consider a tongue retaining device such as the AveoTSD. Contact our technical department EM: info@SleepTightMouthpiece.com for more advice.

Why is my STM rough?
Water was too hot during the fitting.
• If you place a STM in water that is too hot, it becomes very rough and not wearable and may need to be replaced. However, the STM does lose some of its smoothness when put in hot water – even at the right temperature. Note: Do not microwave the water.

What is the difference between the STM and a custom laboratory fabricated mouthpiece?
Fit:
• The STM is a “boil-and-bite” mouthpiece, which means you put a thermo-plastic mold in hot water and then bite into it so that it takes the shape of your teeth; this is customized specifically to your teeth.
• The laboratory fabricated mouthpiece is hand-made in a laboratory using a dental impression kit. The laboratory device is made using an impression of your teeth so fits more snugly and comfortably.

Technical
If you still need more help send your question to info@sleeptightmouthpiece.com

Warranty and Return Information
• Send an Email to orders@SleepTightMouthpiece.com for return and warranty information.



Professional Information
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Medical and Dental Professional Instructions
Indications for Use
The Sleep Tight Mouthpiece is intended to be used for the treatment of snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea in adults.

Device Description
The Sleep Tight Mouthpiece (STM) is an intraoral mandibular advancement device

Contra Indications, Warnings and Precautions

Medical and dental providers should consider the medical history of the patients, including history of asthma, breathing, or respiratory disorders, or other relevant health problems, and refer the patient to the appropriate healthcare provider before prescribing the device.
If the patient has loose teeth, advanced periodontal disease, TMJ (Jaw joint pain) or other dental problems he should consult a dentist before using this device.
Use of this device may cause temporary dental problems including increased salivation or possible mouth breathing. If the user experiences experience ongoing TMJ pain, gum irritation, bite problems, loose teeth or other dental problems, they should discontinue use of the device and seek dental or medical help.

Prescription Use: Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or dentist.

Professional Device Fitting
The SleepTight Mouthpiece is a one-part appliance manufactured from thermoflexible material, ethylene vinyl acetate. The fitting of this ready to use prescription device is recommended to be done under supervision of trained medical-dental personnel. To fit the appliance it is necessary to heat soften the appliance, compression fit it in the patient’s mouth and allowed to cool to its functional state.

Evaluation of Patient
After evaluating the patient’s medical and dental history and confirming the possible benefit of this appliance to help treat simple snoring or mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea, it is necessary to evaluate the dental bite condition and range of anterior advancement possible. Observe the starting bite location with all teeth in full occlusion. Ask the patient to fully extend their jaw to its most forward location. Note the range of advancement. Typically the starting point for the device fitting is one half the maximum extension, and is commonly an edge to edge location. During fitting ask the patient to start at that location first.

Advancement factors
There considerable differences in bite locations and different requirements for advancement success. The range of advancement with this device may be as much as 10 mm however patient anatomy may limit this advancement. As the device is advanced during the fitting process the white airway handle will raise more as the lower jaw is advanced so you will know when the jaw is moved further forward.
In as much as the severity of the snoring condition may be caused by multiple contributing factors the degree of mandibular advancement required to improve the snoring condition can be quite variable. Furthermore the amount of mandibular advancement capable by each person can also be different. Generally, the device should be advanced only as far as necessary to see an improvement. To a certain extent the determination of therapeutic benefit is subjective, but most users will see an improvement with some forward jaw movement. Other therapeutic benefits can be confirmed with a sleep study and a polysomnogram.

Design Benefits
Another particular benefit with this device is the full anterior opening which allows for tongue placement and retention. This tongue positioning may reduce the amount mandibular advancement required since it can come forward to open the airway.

Treatment outcome
• This device is particularly helpful in determining the possible benefit of a customized device. The STM may be considered for short-term use up to about one year or as a first-line screening device to determine whether patients suffering from snoring and / or mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) respond positively to oral appliance therapy, the outcome of which cannot be completely predicted prior to its usage. Thus in case of no therapeutic effect, the larger investments for a customized dental lab made appliances can be avoided.

Medical provider fitting Instructions
It is recommended that fitting of this device is supervised by a trained dental or medical professional. Please watch the fitting video found at http://SleepTightMouthpiece.com.

Gather your supplies:
STM Mouthpiece, airway plug, sauce pan, cooling cup, timer, and spoon
1. Insert the white airway handle firmly into the front of the mouthpiece.
2. Boil water (enough to cover the mouthpiece). Then pour the boiled water into another cup. Do not use a microwave to heat the water as overheating may occur.
3. Allow the water to cool for 60 seconds
4. Dip and completely immerse the STM for 120 seconds. Use a utensil to hold the STM under water.
5. To prevent burning, test for retained heat and if satisfactory, proceed to place the device in the patient’s mouth and perform and instruct the following fitting details.

Final Fitting Details
• Remove the mouthpiece from the water and make sure the mouthpiece edges have not folded over and straighten, if necessary.
• Test the material to make sure it is not too hot to prevent burns in case of timing errors.
• Make sure that the STM is the right way up with the “V” notch up. Put it on the lower teeth first then have the user carefully close the mouth to seat both jaws into the mouthpiece. The user may watch in a mirror.
• Please tell the user to do the following:
• Bite firmly and always move their lower jaw forward slightly till the edges of the front teeth align. You will see a slight rise of the white airway plug handle as the jaw advances. The degree to which the airway plug will rise will vary according to the original occlusion (bite type) of the patient and how far forward the jaw moves. This will be the initial bite location and can be modified later.
• When doing this, patient sucks in while closing the mouth and pressing the tongue against the inner surface of the front teeth. This will use the tongue and cheeks to further compress the soft material. While this happens the patient is told to firmly compress with their fingers the outer walls of the mouthpiece to make sure that the appliance is properly molded. Keep compression pressure until the mouthpiece temperature becomes normal and then cool in cold water.
• Evaluate for comfort, fit and effectiveness.
• This process may be repeated few times to get a more secure fit or to improve the result. Once the advancement is determined the cooled device will maintain the desired amount of forward movement.
• Special Note: Moving the lower jaw slightly forward in the warm fitting process is the essential component of the snoring treatment feature. To keep the jaw comfortable move it forward only enough to reduce or alleviate the snoring. You can refit the mouthpiece a few times if necessary, to improve the snoring.


Device Modification and Titration
The STM can be modified to improve the function of the device or to reduce any side effects.
Additional titration can be performed by refitting the device and instructing the patient to advance or retrude their jaw.

Professional FAQs
Is there science to confirm the Sleep Tight Mouthpiece effectiveness?
Scientific studies validate the concept
• The AASM & ADSM recommend a snoring mouthpiece as the first treatment option to treat simple snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. Please read this article for more information: http://www.aadsm.org/oralappliances.aspx

How does the STM work?
The STM holds the jaw forward during sleep to open the airway and improve snoring.
• The most common cause of snoring is air being passed through a partially constricted airway causing vibration of the palate during breathing. The STM mouthpiece works by moving the jaw forward, which opens up the airway and stretches the palate so it does not vibrate (or vibrates less).
• The front opening also allows forward movement of the tongue as the jaw is advanced which further removes airway obstruction to improve snoring.
• Most other snoring mouthpieces prevent the tongue from moving forward or have a very small front airway opening.

Is there a simple in office test to determine effectiveness of the STM?
Yes.
• Tell the patient to do this “Close your mouth with your teeth together. Then try to make a snoring sound. Then open your mouth a little and move your jaw forward a little at a time and try to improve the snoring”.
• You will see that the snoring sound improves as the jaw advances. This opening and jaw forward movement is how the mouthpiece alleviates snoring.
• The mouthpiece holds the jaw in that location while the patient sleeps.
• Having the patient recline with the mouthpiece in, will demonstrate further benefit.

How soon will the snoring improve?
Usually the first night
• For most people you will know the first night, if the snoring improves.
• Repeat the above test with the mouthpiece in before dismissing the patient.

Can the STM be used with CPAP
Yes
• This hybrid therapy needs to be monitored by a sleep physician.

Can the STM be used to determine the effectiveness of a snoring appliance?
Yes
• This is a very cost effective alternative to see if the patient responds to this type of treatment.

How long will the STM last?
Six months to two years.
• There are many factors that can affect the life expectancy of your STM such as teeth grinding and clenching while sleeping and other factors such as cleaning and maintenance.
• Some people regularly purchase every six months and others who come back once every two years.

If the STM works, is there a better mouthpiece?
Yes.
• It is important to confirm that a snoring mouthpiece can help treat snoring. The STM is a very good first treatment option due to its modest cost and easy fitting process.
• If successful, consider a thinner better fitting and more durable custom laboratory appliance available from the patient’s dentist.

Is there an emergency breathing opening?
Yes.
• The STM has been engineered with large breathing hole.
• Many sleep devices do not offer this emergency breathing opening and those devices try to force the user to use nasal breathing only.

How long does it take to get used to it?
Usually overnight
• The adjustment phase obviously varies from person to person. Usually within a week or two most of the side effects have diminished or disappeared.

How is the STM cleaned or stored?
Use a very soft tooth brush with a liquid soap.
• All STM products are cleaned in a similar fashion. First use a soft toothbrush with a liquid soap to remove any debris. Tooth pastes often contain abrasives which can damage the STM surface over time causing it to be more susceptible to staining.
• Soaking the appliance in denture cleaner can help with staining and freshness.
• Store the device dry in its container.

Will the mouthpiece cause gagging?
Rarely
• Customers rarely mention gagging.
• Tell the patient to gradually wear it for a few minutes at a time till the body adjusts to having something in place.

Patient says: “Why do I have so much saliva?”
Saliva accumulation will decrease
• The body initially interprets the mouthpiece as a food type material which requires saliva. This is common and dissipates over time

Can the STM help with Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
Yes
• Almost everyone with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) snores. A mouthpiece which improves snoring will also likely help OSA.
• However, since this is a dangerous medical condition associated with heart disease and other problems, a sleep physician should monitor and manage this situation.

Can the STM be used with dentures?
Yes.
• If the patient has partial dentures and some front teeth in both upper and lower jaws, the STM may work.
No.
• If the patient has a full denture in either jaw the STM will not work. You should consider a tongue retaining device such as the AveoTSD. Contact our technical department EM: info@SleepTightMouthpiece.com for more advice.

Why is the STM rough?
Water was too hot during the fitting.
• If you place a STM in water that is too hot, it becomes very rough and not wearable and may need to be replaced. However, the STM does lose some of its smoothness when put in hot water – even at the right temperature.
• Check the temperature before fitting to assure that the device is not too hot to fit and cause tissue burning.

What is the difference between the STM and a laboratory fabricated mouthpiece?
Fit:
• The STM is a “boil-and-bite” mouthpiece, which means you put a thermo-plastic tray device in hot water and then bite into it so that it takes the shape of your teeth; this is customized specifically to your teeth.
• The laboratory fabricated mouthpiece is hand-made in a laboratory using a dental impression kit. The laboratory device is made using an impression of your teeth so fits more snugly and comfortably and is defined as a customized mouthpiece.
• The materials are different and the customized device is expected to last longer


How do I get the white Airway Plug Out?
Rarely but occasionally, the final cooling will shrink lock the Airway Plug making its removal difficult.
Prevention
Do not allow the mouthpiece to overheat. Be sure to allow the proper amount of cooling time after boiling the water before immersion into the soaking cup. The main cause is having the water too hot when heat soaking the mouthpiece, it gets just too soft and squishy and then grips the airway plug.
Solution:
If after fitting the airway plug resists easy removal, try this
Option one
Make sure the STM is fully cooled. Squeeze the front outside section and rock the airway plug back and forth.
Option two
Re-soften the mouthpiece in warm water, not boiling. Bite back into the mouthpiece exactly as before and begin to wiggle the airway plug a little at a time to prevent final cooling contraction of the material. This should make it easier to remove after final cooling.
Option three
If you want to refit the mouthpiece later, coat the inside portion of the airway plug with Vaseline before the fitting. You still must keep the airway plug fully seated.

Professional Prescriber Help for refitting and “tweaking” the STM
Can the STM be adjusted to be more effective?
Yes
Refit “Tweak” the mouthpiece
• If not initially completely successful, most pepeople can see an improvement in their snoring by simply tweaking the STM mouthpiece.
• People are understandably disappointed if they find their STM does not work right away, but are then pleasantly surprised to find that with a bit of “tweaking” their snoring improves.
• Always re insert the white airway plug to refit the mouthpiece and note its initial and final position.

How many times can the STM be refitted?
Four to five times
• Usually you can refit the device 4-5 times. The material begins to stiffen after that and be less pliable.

Situation: It does not work at all
This is usually caused from the jaw not being held forward enough.
Solution:
• Refit the mouthpiece according to the initial instructions and move the jaw farther toward the front. You only want to do this as far as necessary to prevent jaw soreness. Note the movement of the white airway plug.
• Sometimes the mouthpiece can be adjusted a little at a time as the body adjusts to the new location.
• Instruct the user to position their tongue into the front of mouthpiece.

Situation: It only works at the start of the night, or falls out during the night
This situation is rare with the STM because it offers a tighter fit.
Solutions:
This situation is rare with the STM because it offers a tighter fit.
Solutions:
• Refit the mouthpiece and concentrate on compression of the softened material toward the gums and teeth.
• Suck out all the saliva when the device is first inserted at night.
• Some users have reported that application of denture adhesive keeps the mouthpiece in place enough to improve snoring.
• If the snoring does improve but does not stay in long enough, then consider investing in a laboratory fabricated customized mouthpiece.

Situation: the user says “It used to work, but now I’m snoring again”.
Some people clench their teeth during the night. This tends to stretch the mouthpiece making it loose.
Solution:
• First try to remold the mouthpiece or buy another STM, if this fails or upgrade to a lab custom device.
• The STM was designed to be sturdy enough to resist some clenching

Situation: the user says “My jaw muscles ache in the morning”
It is common during the adjustment period to experience some jaw discomfort as the body adjusts to the stretching of the jaw ligaments. This in most cases resolves within a week or so.
Solution:
• If the problem persists, the jaw may be pushed too far forward. The mouthpiece can be refitted with the jaw not so far forward. Observe the air way plug position before and after to see a change.
• If the snoring improves but the jaw is still sore, tell the user to chew gum in the morning after removing the mouthpiece.
• After overnight use, the user can also rest their chin into their palm with their arm on a desk top. Then allow the weight of your head to guide your jaw back into its usual position.
• If the jaw ache persists and or your snoring does not improve, discontinue use of the device and consult the prescribing medical provider.

Situation: the user says: “My front teeth hurt when I wake in the morning”
This situation is rare with the STM since it offers an improved customized fit and the jaw position is held forward by the front and side teeth, not just the front. For most people this disappears in a couple of weeks.
Solution:
• Remolding the mouthpiece with the jaw pushed out less forward may solve the problem.
• Make sure that the edges do not flop over during the softening of the mouthpiece in the hot water as this can place too much material on the front teeth.
• The dentist fabricated custom mouthpiece distributes the force more evenly and can be a better option, if your see snoring success with the regular STM.

Reviews: 8

Average Rating: 4.63/5 Reviews: 8
  • Meg  5/14/2015

    May 2015
    Meg
    This product is wonderful! My husband slept on the couch for three months because of his snoring and he has a CPAP. Now combined with his CPAP, he is back in our room.
    Meg


  • Randy  5/14/2015

    April 2015
    I am writing you to share my experience with using Sleep Tight. When I first learned about the product I wondered if it would help me with my OSA condition which was diagnosed by a sleep disorder doctor some time ago. I do not snore but with OSA I awaken several times a night gasping for a breath. Well, with Sleep Tight that never happens now. And I awaken in the morning much more refreshed and with more energy throughout the day. I believe the special feature of an opening in the front of the device, which allows the tongue to be naturally retained in a forward position, helps keep my air passage open and adds significantly to my ability to breathe easily. Thank you for offering a product that has enabled me to overcome a serious physical impairment.
    Randy, Brimingham


  • Mike O  5/14/2015

    November 2014
    The Sleep Tight device was extremely easy to fit based on the instructions and video. And the best news is that it is as comfortable and performs as well as my custom-fit device that I have been using for the last three years. Yes. I like it. Easy to fit and works well.
    Mike O


  • Sharon  12/4/2014

    Thank you for your email. I finally fit the new mouth piece this week and have used it for three nights. It is definitely an improvement over the old one. It does fit better and the snoring is much improved. I did wake up one night on my back and the bottom teeth were out. I don't' usually sleep on my back. I might refit it just a tad as the bottom teeth are not as tight as I would like. In general I would say it works to relieve the snoring pretty well. Thanks for letting my try it and I am happy with it.
    Sharon


  • Mark W  12/4/2014

    I initially used a micro-wave oven to boil the water to fit the mouthpiece. This overheated the water causing the material to become too soft and a rough texture to form on the plastic surface. I contacted the Sleep Tight people and they provided me with another piece and this time I boiled the water on the stove. I am happy to report that the fitting worked as intended with no surface damage to the piece. If the patient follows the directions as stated in the literature and video, this should not be an issue. The mouthpiece did take a day or so to get used to as stated in the video. I also found that my lips were getting a little dry, so I rubbed some Vaseline on them.

    Overall I would say that the Sleep Tight Mouthpiece helps me sleep much better. I used to wake up in the middle of the night with that awful dry mouth and scratchy throat related to open mouth breathing and snoring, but not anymore! Thank you for letting me try the Sleep Tight Mouthpiece, and would recommend others try it as well.

    Mark W.


  • Jim G  11/19/2014

    I found the SleepTight Mouthpice worked very well in my situation. It is very comfortable. The whole appliance is smaller than the SnoreRX, and it has more plastic in it than other smaller appliances so it fits my teeth much tighter. I've had some appliances fall out if I open my mouth at night, but the SleepTight is tight enough where it will stay "suctioned" to my upper teeth, staying in position so when I close my mouth again, things fall back into position. I like it. It works for me!

    Jim G


  • Tami  10/9/2014

    oth my husband and I have been using one for the last few days and are surprised with how much better we've been sleeping. When we ran test studies on ourselves last year, my AHI was just above normal and Phillip's was considered mild OSA (partially due to a physical condition he was born with that affects his jaw and neck).

    After just one night both of us woke up and were surprised that we didn't feel as tired and "groggy". I was especially surprised because my snoring has only been mild within the last couple years when I gained some extra weight and I figured that my fatigue was solely from my other chronic health issues that I've have my entire adult life. I have been more tired recently and just thought it was due to extra stress from starting a new business and getting older. The device was fairly easy to fit and not all that uncomfortable to wear. Definitely worth the benefits of feeling more rested.


  • Brad  10/9/2014

    I had no trouble with the set up instructions and molding it and I think it seemed to help reducing snoring and I felt more refreshed in the morning than usual so I probably had deeper sleep.




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