Oral devices are acknowledged by experts to be one of the most effective treatments for snoring and sleep apnoea. Somnowell have developed a truly comfortable and effective lifetime solution based on this proven treatment option.
If you suffer from snoring, sleep apnoea, TMJ, or bruxism, the Somnowell range could be the answer.
The Somnowell is the first appliance of its type made from cast chrome cobalt alloy. It is impervious to the bacteria and fungi that typically infest acrylic plastic and thermoplastic devices, and is suitable for long-term use in the mouth. While plastic appliances will last only a fraction of the time, the Somnowell will look and feel exactly the same after many years of use.
The Somnowell is worn during sleep and gently holds your lower jaw in the 'recovery position'. This is one of the most researched and proven methods for maintaining an open airway to control both snoring and sleep apnoea. While other devices infringe on tongue space and cause the user discomfort, the Somnowell's unique lower connector gives the tongue free space to move.
The design of the Somnowell takes into account the individual features of each patient's teeth, mouth and jaw joints. An added benefit of the Somnowell is that it keeps the teeth in position and carefully manages the jaw joints.
The Somnowell MAA (mandibular advancement appliance) for snoring and sleep apnoea is also used as an effective treatment for bruxism and TMJ.
The creation of each Somnowell incorporates a combination of specialist technologies, state-of-the-art materials and the highest levels of expertise.
This technology, along with the expert knowledge of our senior advisors and specialists, moves the Somnowell far beyond conventional oral devices, offering a comfortable and effective non-surgical alternative to treating problematic snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea.
In addition to the UK's leading dentists and orthodontists, the Somnowell mandibular advancement appliance is also recommended by sleep centres, ENT Surgeons, sleep physicians, respiratory physicians and general medical practitioners